You are supposed to title your article when you’re finished with it, so I am already doing this backwards since I just wrote the title. But what you see in outdoor television programming, and what is involved in making it happen, are about as backward as it gets. As a viewer, you see the great dog work, the great shots, the great panorama shots of sky, mountains, birds and the successful hunter. What you don’t see is the WORK, on the part of everyone involved, that goes into making that wonderful entertainment we call Outdoor Television.

Published in Destinations

For most people, The Homestead resort conjures up visions of golf, tennis, horseback riding and a romantic evening of four-star cuisine.

Published in Destinations
Tuesday, 23 December 2008 09:30

What I Learned On My Last Trip To Uruguay

While Argentina gets the great bulk of wingshooting travel press, neighboring Uruguay offers gunning that's every bit as good. Since I've made nearly 50 trips to Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia and Uruguay I guess I have to be considered a veteran at shooting there. But on every trip I've learned something, often times I've learned a great deal.

Published in Wingshooting
Saturday, 20 September 2008 13:21

Art of the Gun

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In this section we celebrate the great engravers, stock makers and craftsmen who combine their talents to produce beautiful shotguns.

Since the 16th century, guns have been adorned with depictions of great hunts and battles. Now in the 21st century you’ll come to understand that, with the right talent, a shotgun can actually become a piece of jewelry -- something that distinguishes the owner and enhances the value of the shotgun.


Prepare to be amazed.

Published in Art of the Gun