Here at North Carolina’s George Hi Plantation, a team of plantation managers, native-grass specialists and forest planners are turning back time to one largely forgotten. George Hi’s 1,000 acres of pines and old fields have been hunted with pointing dogs since before the Civil War, and today there’s a massive program of habitat improvement transforming the spread.
Jack Rowe, the Birmingham-born-and-trained gunmaker who had practiced his trade in the US since 1982, died June 12 at home in Enid, Oklahoma.
“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” — Mark Twain Even the sarcastic genius of American wit, relaxing in…
In mid-June the British gun trade lost one of its most knowledgeable and enduring craftsmen with the death of Ian Crudgington.
French guns of the 17th and 18th Centuries displayed a superlative elegance and style that gunmakers of other nations sought to emulate. French firearms…
We like to spread the news on gamebird-related conservation action as often as possible, and here’s a simple and gratifying way you can stay informed on efforts to protect one of our most threatened and iconic species: the sage grouse.
The 2015-’16 Federal Duck Stamp—the first at the new price of $25—is now on sale.
The first thing to do is ascertain why you want to breed your dog.