Being a sucker for history, double barrel shotguns, and all things tweedy, I’ve always wanted to shoot in the UK. If I had the time, I would definitely join Delaney & Sons this fall in Wales for their 2015 Harding Shoot. Established in 1999, The Harding Shoot runs from November 15th to November 21st. It is based in […]
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If this doesn’t make you want to get up at 3am and head out to duck blind, nothing will. I love this guy’s percussion gun, and his attitude toward hunting and old doubles. SITKA: Smoke & Feathers from Rockhouse Motion on Vimeo.
Here’s a nice video of duck hunting in Kentucky. Enjoy.
Here’s something I would love to try.
Drive is an odd instinct. Some dogs have it. Others don’t. And until you see what a dog with drive acts like, it’s hard to imagine just how bird-obsessed a pointer, setter, or spaniel, lab, or other true hunter can be. Check out this video to see just how wired this spaniel is for one […]
Posted in DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS on Oct 24th, 2013
OK, so I’m still buried at work. But I saw this Browning pop up and I wanted to get it up for everyone to check out. It’s a 12 gauge Browning BSS Sporter with 28″ barrels. Browning BSS shotguns were made in that period when every American want short barrels. So 98% of the ones […]
Lingo – everything has it. Here’s a good intro some of the basic training terms retriever guys toss around all the time.
Posted in DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS on May 2nd, 2013
When it comes to duck hunting, pumps and autoloaders are the shotguns you’re most likely to share space with in a blind. If you do see a double, it’s probably an O/U working. So if you prefer side-bys-sides, you may think you don’t have any options. Fortunately you do, and this Browning BSS is one […]
Posted in ENJOYING BOTH on Apr 19th, 2013
Here’s a side-by-side shotgun that won’t be around for long: an Italian 8 Gauge SxS, Made in 1962. In 1918, the US Federal Government made it illegal for anyone to use an eight gauge shotgun to hunt waterfowl and other federally-listed migratory game birds. Later, many states restricted hunting shotguns to 10 gauge and smaller. […]