Adrian and Xochitl's passion for the outdoors, and especially for sharing it with their children, is one of the reasons the two women were tapped as ambassadors for Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation’s We Will Not Be Tamed campaign. The campaign calls us to appreciate the wildness of Texas, the vastness of our Texas spirit and why we should be inspired to conserve it.
Four-in-ten adult-age Americans own a gun themselves or live in a household with guns. Whether you are a pro or a beginner looking to learn about how to handle firearms safely, our guide offers some commonsense but essential basics about gun safety.
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.
There can be many reasons hunters miss a shot at a big game animal—almost as many reasons as there are excuses. Here are three things to consider before you pull the trigger.
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.
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.