September/October 2010

Features

Manufacturas Arrieta

Artisinal gunmaking in the Spanish tradition

  • By: Vic Venters
For the Love of Quail

South Georgia bobs at Rio Piedra Plantation

  • By: Roger Pinckney
Hello, My Lovely

She was trouble. But she was my trouble.

  • By: Terry Wieland
Blistering Birds at Buccleuch

High pheasants in the Scottish borders

  • By: John Ian Gregson
Get the Lead Out

Unleaded, eco-friendly & ultra-fast new shotshells for 2010

  • By: Ed Carroll
The Best of British

A celebration of British gunmaking

  • By: Vic Venters
  • Photography by: David Grant
Baja Birds

Pheasants, doves & quail south of the border

  • By: Clair Kofoed
Debutante Ball

A coming-out party in the Wisconsin uplands

  • By: Tom Davis

Departments

From the Editor

Shooting Sportsman goes monthly with Sporting Shot

  • By: Ralph P. Stuart
Letters

Praise for Batha, a dust up over “driven,” advertising, and more

Game & Gun Gazette

The Vintage Cup, Beretta’s Trident Program, the Quail Coalition, etc.

Shooting

More useless things: choke & selective triggers

  • By: Michael McIntosh
Fine Gunmaking

The anatomy of the boxlock action

  • By: Steven Dodd Hughes
Hunting Dogs

Step-by-step training for the upland retriever

  • By: George Hickox
Shot Talk

Taking a hard look at quality lead shot

  • By: Tom Roster
Sporting Clays

Driven wild with high incomers

  • By: Chris Batha
Gun Review

Arrieta’s rounded-action Model 06 in .410

  • By: Bruce Buck
Guncraft

The iconic Westley Richards doll’s-head fastener

  • By: Vic Venters
Field Gear

New boots, clothes and gear for the upland season

  • By: Tom Huggler
Book Review

Schadt, Gray, Crehore, Reed and Clarke

  • By: Charles Fergus
Going Places

Quail and more at western Kentucky’s WingHaven Lodge

  • By: Brad Fitzpatrick
The Major

Ruminating on the wonders of genetic manipulations

  • By: Galen Winter

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