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You read the headline right: The Thomas Hirchak Company in Williston, VT, is auctioning off this 12 gauge Parker AAH Pigeon Gun on Thursday, April 04, 2013. The action starts 10:00am Eastern, and I bet this Parker will be sold to the highest bidder by 11:30am. This shotgun looks like the real deal: One of […]

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If you had to buy one shotgun for everything from pheasants and grouse to sporting clays, this 12 gauge Russell Hillsdon boxlock would be an excellent choice. It’s an Anson & Deeley boxlock – one of the most dependable actions ever made. It’s also a non ejector, so you never have to worry about those […]

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I’m sorry to say this, but from what I’ve heard and seen the answer is yes – FAMARS is gone, and their factory in Gardone Val Trompia, Italy, is shut down and locked up. Founded in 1967 Mario Abbiatico and Remo Salvinelli,  FAMARS was an acronym for Fabbrica Armi Mario Abbiatico e Remo Salvinelli. The […]

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London is the traditional source of the world’s best shotguns, and for good reason. Boss & Co., Purdey & Sons, Holland & Holland and other makers based their have been making fantastic doubles for over 150+ years. But Best-quality doubles have also come from other parts of the UK and Europe. This 20 gauge sidelock […]

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A friend of mine has won some of the top field trials in the country. I asked him once about what it really takes to train bird dogs. Steadying barrels and fancy leads? Nope. Wireless launchers and the latest ecollars? Nope. He told me that the most important things are patience and brains. Ross Callaway […]

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It’s not every day you come across two nearly-new examples of the same vintage shotguns. But that’s what you have here. Both these side-by-sides are Holland & Holland Royals. They were made in the 1960s for Abercrombie & Fitch, and they’re both is fantastic original condition. Steve Barnett has this one: HOLLAND & HOLLAND ROYAL […]

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British and Scottish gunmakers are famous for their lightweight game guns. But they also made great shotguns for waterfowl and bigger game. The Dickson boxlock you see here would be perfect in a duck blind, or beside you while you’re calling in a fat turkey. With original 1 3/8″ proofs, it can push enough shot […]

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These teal are MOVING when they come in. Check out this video of Mississippi Delta duck hunting from Sporting Dog Adventures to see some great shooting and retrieving.

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Boss & Co’s over & under are awesome shotguns. They revolutionized the shooting world in 1909, and today just about every modern O/U you see owes a debt to their innovative design. The Boss & Co. o/u you see here was ordering 1953 and shipped to Abercrombie & Fitch in New York for an American […]

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Here’s another 12 gauge Fox Sterlingworth Skeet & Upland Game that just hit the market.  Fox added the Skeet & Upland Game Gun to their line in 1935 to “…meet the demand for a moderately priced skeet and upland game double gun”. They were offered in 12, 16 & 20 gauge, and with 26″ & […]

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