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Monthly Archive for June, 2013

Lingo – everything has it. Here’s a good intro some of the basic training terms retriever guys toss around all the time.

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Here’s another nice Fox that just hit the market. The price seems a little high, but as sellers always say: Go find another one for less. If you try, I bet you’ll be looking for a long time. Fox AE 16 Gauge Two barrel set with Single Selective Trigger, Straight grip stock: Very nice Fox […]

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Back in 1949, Beretta started building a series of shotguns that would become legends. This was the AS-line, and the shotguns were boxlock O/Us. Beretta built them as lightweight hunting guns, and the company offered 2 gauges (12g and 20g) and 3 grades (ASE, ASEL, and ASEELL). Today, a lot of Beretta fanatics consider the […]

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Focus – if your dog is going to be great, he needs to have it and it needs to be on the dog’s handler. Here’s a good video from Duck’s Unlimited that shows an easy way to develop a dog’s focus, and how to make sure it’s directed on you.

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Check out this trailer about an upcoming documentary called The Debutante Hunters. The Debutante Hunters from South Carolina Living on Vimeo.

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When it comes to American doubles, it’s hard to beat a A.H. Fox SxS. Simple and rugged, Foxes like this Fox AE Grade 12 Gauge used to be the shotgun of choice for thousands of hunters. Today, they’re just as useful. If you’re looking for a nice vintage double to use and be proud of, […]

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JOSEPH MANTON 16 BORE PERCUSSION BALL & SHOTGUN: 32″ twist steel barrels, stepped at 22 1/2″ from the muzzle and intended for ball as well as shot. The barrel legend reads “JOSEPH MANTON & SON, 6 HOLLES STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE, LONDON”. Serial number 10651 and listed in the Manton book with a full description including […]

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The Hunt from Dan Oles on Vimeo.

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Daniel Myron Lefever was one of the geniuses of American gunmaking. Judging by the number of partnerships and businesses he formed in his career, he must have been mercurial, too. Born in 1835, Uncle Dan started making firearms under his own name in 1857. Around 1871-1872, he was involved with a guy named Francis Dangerfield […]

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Auctions are exciting. You never know what you’re going to find, and you never know who is going to show up to bid. Can you get buys at them? Yes. But you can also get burned. Affiliated Auctions & Realty in Tallahassee, FL, is having their Fine Art & Military auction this weekend. There are […]

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