Here’s a timely video from Shooting Times in the UK — though it’s timely more for our purposes than for their original intent from 2013.
Ducks Unlimited has released the first film from the 2018 season of its acclaimed online series: DU Films.
Ruinously expensive, almost preposterously élitist, leading to giddy highs and suicidal lows, driven-grouse shooting is one of those sporting challenges that exceeds.
We’re passing along a nice video from our neck of the woods here in the Northeast, where sometimes in February it’s nice to recall the sounds and smells of October.
Everyone who has hunted at Pineridge Grouse Camp remembers Kevin Burt from their visit. Now a new Project Upland video, presented by Pineridge, shows us all why.
The latter is captured well here in the second part of nearly an hour of video showing Jason Carter teaching steadiness—a crucial skill for any “finished” pointing dog worthy of the term.
If there are any short films that tell the story of a hunting dog better than this one, we’d love to see it.
If you have to ask, it is estimated to sell for $150,000 to $225,000.
For Longthorne Gunmakers it’s about making better barrels
A Young Man Learns to Love Bird Dogs