Test your wingshooting IQ and earn a shot at some free ammo with Shooting Sportsman‘s Load Up on Rio contest. The quiz is easy and…
Shooting trap is likely the most popular clay-target sport in the US, though so much of it is shot casually that participation would be hard to measure. Trap is the original clay-target sport and the most ubiquitous; it is also the easiest and least expensive to set up, because it requires only one trap and a small piece of land.
The May/June 2016 issue of Shooting Sportsman is now available online and on newsstands. Our “Hunting Dogs issue” offers new perspectives on age-old questions of the hunter-hunting dog relationship.
Building on the success of one of our all-time best Reader and Writer wingshoots, we’re bringing a group back to the acclaimed Flying B Ranch—winner of the 2015 Orvis Endorsed Lodge of the Year. Learn more.
For many of us, dogs are an integral part of wingshooting. They ratchet up enjoyment to the point where we can’t imagine going afield without them.
The EXL Sporting was very nice to shoot. It definitely had that racy Italian feel. I really enjoyed shooting this gun. It required no technique changes and was equally at home with swing-through or sustained-lead methods.
In 1884, when he came into his full inheritance, Gordon started collecting in earnest, ordering guns in profusion. Most were out-of-period muzzleloaders.
The catalog entry for the Lefever describes it as “Probably the finest and most important Nineteenth Century American shotgun” and “An iconic Lefever worthy of the most advanced collection.”
Our friend Kiri Kythreotis of Athina Sporting stopped by our booth at the Safari Club International convention two weeks ago, and we enjoyed a…