The paintings of David Lanier, American bird-dog artist, reflect a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature.
Meet Amber Haynes, founder of women's upland fashion shop McKenna Quinn. Starting with shirts, the company is expanding into hunting pants and style accessories for ladies who love to hunt game birds and shoot clays.
Irwin Greenstein, publisher of Shotgun Life, takes in the expansive renovations and improvements undertaken by America shotgun-maker Griffin & Howe at New Jersey's Hudson Farm Club, one of the most attractive shooting layouts in the country.
Arthur S. DeMoulas, the Massachusetts business executive who purchased arguably the greatest gunmaker, Boss & Co. of London, now serves as Chairman of the privately-owned English company committed to making the finest shotguns and rifles.
Blaser's new line of affordable F16 shotgun models uphold the original F3's quality, handling and performance, but at less than half the price.
Anne Kania and her husband, Bruce, recently started Joy of Hunting as a means of getting women safely in the field through one of the most accessible forms of hunting—game birds. She also believes that developing skilled female wingshooters results in a higher percentage of ethical, humane kills for table fare.
Every March in Thomasville, Georgia, an invitation-only field trial has taken place for the past 36 years.
Listening to Charlie Mincey’s Tales as a moonshine hauler nearly seven decades ago fuels your imagination of secreted copper stills and backwoods scallywags.
In part one, we met Charlie Mincey, former Georgia moonshine runner who would be our host for evaluating the new Ruger Red Label on sporting clays courses that we visited in a restored 1939 Ford sedan moonshine car.
Irwin Greenstein spent two days with Charlie Mincey zigzagging the wooded back roads between Dawsonville, Georgia and Atlanta, where moonshine was king to evaluate the second-generation Ruger Red Label on sporting clays.