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Shooting Sportsman, March/April 2018

Shooting Sportsman Magazine

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Coaching Q&A

Four top shooting instructors share their secrets By Ralph P. Stuart

A Quest for Quail

South of the border By David E. Brown

The Purdey & the Partridge

A gun’s provenance as related to Huns By Roger Catchpole

Northwoods Trinity

Woodcock, wood ducks & grouse in Wisconsin By George W. Calef


From the Editor

Springtime is clay time and welcoming Gary Kramer


The Churchill XXV, carrying hammerguns, etc.

The Opener

One in a half-million: a flaming chamber

Game & Gun Gazette

Readers & Writers Adventures, Carl Russell & Co., an H&H watch, and more

Gun Review

The Fausti XF4 Sport: a serious shooter By Bruce Buck

Field Gear

Items for the range and beyond By The Editors

Going Public

Prairie grouse and more in Nebraska’s Sandhills By Chad Love

Going Places

Orvis Sandanona: a clay-shooting mecca in New York By Reid Bryant

To the Point

Appreciating the art of driving game By Tom Huggler

Field Gear

he latest & greatest for waterfowling

Going Places

Roosters and more at Pheasant Bonanza. by Reid Bryant

To the Point

A carver from the Golden Age of decoys. by Tom Huggler


Gear Guide

Holding on tight with gun vises By Ralph Stuart

The Gun Rack

Examining a value-priced Turkish 28 By Ed Carroll


The ins and outs of chokes for clays By Chris Batha

From the Bench

The story behind the Granite State Gun By Dewey Vicknair

Shot Talk

Positive practice with low-recoil loads By Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Searching for sheds during the off-season By Josh Miller


Exploring the American Prairie Reserve By Ed Carroll

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