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A top-quality rook rifle from Joseph Harkom, one of Edinburgh’s finest makers (later absorbed by Dickson’s). In all likelihood, it was made by W&C Scott to a design by Holland & Holland and (perhaps) finished at Harkom’s shop at 30 George Street. It’s chambered for the .300 Rook.
A “rook,” as in “rook & rabbit” rifle, is a black bird, found in England,…
The author in his element. The rifle is a Snider-Enfield.
Learning the Ropes
When I was but a boy, when dragons roamed the Earth amid smoky tendrils from…
The Starr carbine.
Every so often, it’s good to delve into the past and see how things used…
The raw material — an unbelievable Armenian walnut blank, cut many years ago, and a Dakota No. 10 action.
Wood Just Too Beautiful
The story begins in 2004, when I was possessed by a desire for a trim,…
The Bell Project
Two hunter-philosophers honor the rifle of a great elephant hunter. [by Peter Ryan & Roger…
Expeditions: Fifty-Inch Minimum
The words “unmitigated disaster” spring to mind.
The Gray’s Poem by Richard Yatzeck Curse and confound us for clock watchers and cash…
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