Tuesday, 08 December 2009 01:58

The Last of the Pendragons?

Once upon a time, the dream of a magnificent plantation called Wingfield bloomed full and flush in the enchanted quail kingdom of South Carolina’s Low Country.

Amid the live oaks and long pines, no more than 60 gentlemen hunters giddy on the stock market bubble would live in grand houses and partake in the sportsmen’s lifestyle entitled to the plantation aristocracy.

Published in Art of the Gun

It was in late September 2008, at Griffin & Howe's Hudson Farm, that the idea of a "family tree" for a Boswell Shotgun first came about.

Published in Art of the Gun