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Monthly Archive for April, 2011

OK, here’s Parker double barrel shotgun that’s not for beginners. It’s coming up tomorrow at Bill Hood and Sons Art & Antique Auctions in Delray Beach, FL. I’m not sure if it’s a BH or a CH grade, or if it’s a 12 gauge or something else. It looks like it have characteristics of each […]

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A was down at Robin Hollow Outfitters over the weekend, trying to make the most of a miserable, rainy day. Robin Hollow had a bunch of nice double barrel shotguns in stock and they were kind enough to let me photo a few. First up is this 12 gauge Parker AAHE grade side by side. […]

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J.P Sauer and Sohn is one of the world’s oldest gunmakers. In their day they’ve made it all, from flintlocks to pocket-sized pistols. They also made a lot of shotguns. You see a lot of these double barrels on the American market. Most of them are boxlocks, and they’re finished as lower-grade, utilitarian guns. Older […]

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We were inspired. After watching the video of Sugar duck hunting, Puck and I headed out into the woods to do the same thing on grouse. With a little GoPro video camera to her collar, off Puck went. -We were on a grouse pretty quickly. You can see the whole thing in the video below. […]

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Take a retriever, strap a tiny video camera onto it, pop a few ducks, and what do you get? Well, check it out: Like this:Like Loading…

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How smart is your dog? As humans, we like to think that we are the smartest creatures out there. Or at least I like to think we are. In some ways, I’m probably right (I don’t see dolphins doing calculus). But humans have done enough dumb things to make you wonder where we stand in the […]

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Of all the guns A.H. Fox made the Sterlingworth Skeet and Upland Game is one of the hardest to find. For collectors, finding a Skeet & Upland Game double barrel shotgun is quite a discovery. Well, one in 20 gauge is coming up to auction tomorrow, 4/2, at Wright’s Auction in Newport, VT. I don’t know […]

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