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Shooting Sportsman, January/February 2009

Shooting Sportsman Magazine

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Ovundo Again

The rise and fall and rise again of Westley Richards' innovative O/U

  • By: Vic Venters

Wings Over South Africa

A bird hunting safari on the Dark Continent

  • By: Gary Kramer

First Gun

The right gun & the right start

  • By: Clair Kofoed

A Mixed Bag at Meriwether

Home on the Big Hole, on a mission for grouse

  • By: Ed Carroll

Moore Is Better

Touring the showroom at William Larkin Moore & Sons

  • By: Clair Kofoed

Art of the Outdoors

Sharing the outdoor experience through sculpture

  • By: John D. Taylor

A Resonant Echo in the Smoky Hills

An Elsie made for hunting chickens

  • By: Jack Hancock


From the Editor

"Cover-girl" issues and welcoming women to shooting

  • By: Ralph P. Stuart


Cover kudos and concerns, and praises for Guncraft

Game & Gun Gazette

New Life for Lebeau-Courally, Booking Driven Days Online, A Timeless Design from the Austrian Alps, Hiberno-Saxon Art, Lynton McKenzie: Engraving Techniques and Smoke Prints, Bugden’s Weighted Handguards, Roosevelt’s Biggest Stick


Speculating on what happened to skeet & sporting clays

  • By: Michael McIntosh

Fine Gunmaking

An American Classic: Fred Adolph's Hiawatha gun

  • By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shot Talk

Technical questions asked and answered

  • By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Teaching an indoor dog the House Rules

  • By: George Hickox

Sporting Clays

The mechanics of mastering the perfect gun mount

  • By: Chris Batha

Gun Review

The Robertson: a 20-bore sideplated boxlock from Boss

  • By: Bruce Buck


A primer on the English rules of proof

  • By: Vic Venters

Field Gear

A satellite messenger, two gun cases, and a "tool" belt

  • By: Tom Huggler

Book Review

Mulak, Dallas, Troy and Graves

  • By: Charles Fergus

The Major

Paying the price for believing in faith, hope & charity

  • By: Galen Winter
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