September/October 2013

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A Gunmaking Revival

Breathing new life into Webley & Scott

By: Douglas Tate

Kindred Quail

Gentlemen bobs & fine guns at SouthWind Plantation

By: Robert Parvin Williams

The Tall Timbers Bobwhite Gun

A ‘best’ gun built to benefit wild quail

By: Vic Venters

The Clouds

Reflecting on the Golden Age of pheasant hunting

By: Robert Jones

25 Favorite Guns

The editors pick the guns the covet above all others

25 Favorite Covers

The cream of the crop of first impressions

In and Around the Snake

Braving Hells Canyon in search of ‘fire-eaters’

By: Douglas Tate

A Bird Hunter’s Testament

Celebrating the artful nature of bird hunting

By: Rick Snipes


From the Editor

Our Special Collector’s Issue & some fresh ideas

By: Ralph P. Stuart


Respect for rattlesnakes, ducks with old doubles, etc.

Game & Gun Gazette

Fall shoots, H&H in Dallas, Bodio on books, and more

Holland & Holland’s Dallas Opening

On a sultry evening in late May, a hundred or so guests serenaded by violin sipped ancient Dalmore single-malt on the terrace of a building that resembled a French villa, smoked cigars hand-rolled on site, and celebrated the opening of Holland & Holland’s new showroom in Dallas.

By: Vic Venters


Choosing the right gun for you and your game

By: Chris Batha

Fine Gunmaking

Looking back on 20 years of good guns & good friends

By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shot Talk

Part 2 on shotshell pressures: testing & standards

By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

A half-dozen training mistakes and how to fix them

By: George Hickox


The NBCI: The last best hope for bobwhites?

By: Wade Bourne

Gun Review

The Fabarm Elos Deluxe AL

By: Bruce Buck

Gun Craft

Armas Garbi: the quiet gunmaker

By: Vic Venters

Field Gear

Fresh gear for fall forays

By: David Draper

To the Point

A prairie hunter’s fun with Huns

By: Tom Huggler

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