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Beth Davis with her trusty Ithaca, practising trap with the Garmin XERO S1. This is not the trap field on which we were shooting in this article. On this one (St. Louis Trap & Skeet) side-winds are normal but treacherous down-drafts all but unknown.
Woe Was Us
Every so often, something happens that makes you question everything you thought you knew, but…
Perched on the edge of an island in deep Baja with my old friend Pete…
Schooled by a dad and grandfather who took sportfishing of all kinds fairly seriously, I…
In the absence of a triumphant photo of dead bear cubs in Russia, I offer this from a hacienda in Argentina where the old ways — the good ways — are still followed.
Back in the USSR
Back in what now seems another era, I was invited to go bear hunting in…
Still, as with a shelf full of common yet capable hand planes, I glance at…
Clean water: a must.
A friend of mine guiding this summer in Alaska just reported that he’s come down…
This iconic (and archaic) engraving of an old-time trap shooter appeared on the frame of the famous Ithaca 4E, almost from start to finish.
Revisiting the King of Trap Guns
Trap guns, especially old trap guns, have a magic all their own. They are to…
The Blaser F3, darkly handsome in fine walnut, here shown in a field configuration that does equally well for skeet.
One and Only…Maybe
Every so often, the question arises, “If you could own only one shotgun, what would…
Antoine-Louis Barye (French, 1796–1875) "Tom the Algerian Greyhound", ca. 1889 Bronze 7⅞”H × 14 3/16”W × 4”D 20 cm × 36.04 cm × 10.16 cm. Marks: signed at center front: Gift of Mrs. Nelson L. St. Clair Jr. Photo: Travis Fullerton © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
An Exemplary Personal Collection of Barye Bronzes
Virginia thoroughbred breeder Patricia R. St. Clair has donated her museum-quality collection of 30 Barye…
Elephants Drinking from the Chobe River
Bodo Meier, the Artist Who Takes Artists to Africa
I first met watercolorist Bodo Meier on a snowy night in the dead of winter,…
"Haunt of the Woodcock: Sensation and Bang Bang," by John Martin Tracy, was recently acquired by the Museum of the Dog.
A New Masterpiece for Museum of the Dog
The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, now returned to its original location in…
Guide Jeffrey Feczko enjoying a day off somewhere deep in Baja.
When I first met Jeff Feczko, one of those globe-trotting guides who make most of…
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