When it comes to “volume shooting,” Mexico and Central and South America traditionally have been the big draws for American sportsmen, so when we heard that Soar No More Wingshooting Company was offering hot-barreled action for pigeons and doves in southwest Idaho, our group had to give it a try.
Our editors reveal their favorite destinations.
A new partnership between Georgia’s Barnsley Resort and John Burrell’s High Adventure Company has resulted in luxury accommodations on the same site as premier quail hunting and sporting clays shooting.
Guns, shooting, and characters sketched from American gun culture—propel the narratives in each of three related novellas that comprise Bang Bang Tales, by first-time author Clark Stoneridge.
Last-gasp partridge on the steep & slippery.
In Martha’s words, “It was a great honor to be part of carrying on the Elhew tradition. After Brian’s passing, I felt it was my responsibility to end Elhew Kennels properly and retire the Elhew prefix. I know in my heart that this is what Bob and Brian would want.”
It’s a known fact: The woman who has everything can always use a new pair of boots.
Donald Dallas, a Shooting Sportsman contributor and the prolific author of books on the history of gunmaking, was presented with the President’s Cup and the President’s Gold Medal at Holts Auctioneers’ December sale, in London.
Home is where the heart is, so it stands to reason that one of waterfowling’s longtime conservation groups, Delta Waterfowl, will continue looking after a Manitoba, Canada, property that is its historic home—keeping it a base for research programs intended to benefit all waterfowl.