I prefer hunting over pointers that are steady to wind and shot. This means the dog hold the point when the bird flushes, after the shot is fired, and until the hunter/trainer releases them. Training dogs to this level takes a lot of commitment. In this video you can see some of the training that goes into it, too.
From this great looking 12g Lebeau Courally and a Hollis double to a couple of nice 28-gauges and a 16g Francotte that looks like the perfect SxS for grouse. See all of this week's doubles now.
From this fantastic-looking Fabbri OU to a hard-to-find 20g Winchester M21 with double triggers and a rare 12g Parker on a 1/2 frame. See all of this week's doubles now.
From the bargain British boxlock and a great looking 20g Francotte to 16g Parker VHE from 1930 and a Browning BSS and an Ithaca/SKB 100. See all these great doubles now.