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Shooting Sportsman, January/February 2015

Shooting Sportsman Magazine

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Joseph Manton London

The resurrection of a storied British marque

  • By: Douglas Tate

Variety is the Spice

Mixed bags at Argentina's Los Laureles

  • By: Gary Kramer

Flying High

Three days at Idaho's Flying B Ranch

  • By: Ed Carroll

Primo Perazzi

Building guns for clays & game

  • By: Douglas Tate

Little Fools

Mearns quail by any name are fun to hunt

  • By: E. Donnall Thomas Jr.

Willoughby McCabe & Co.

The best little gunshop in Texas

  • By: Terry Allen

'Best'- Case Scenario

Vincent Rickards: bespoke furniture & gun-case maker

  • By: Dr. John Newton

Lost & Found

Finding more than you're looking for

  • By: Nate Corley


From the Editor

The "Safari Issue" and the challenges of travel

  • By: Ralph P. Stuart


Fancy guns afield, worst hard times for pheasants, turning 10s to 12s, and more

Game & Gun Gazette

British Ordnance Company, PGCA meeting, tagging woodcock, a Ripon review, etc.


The secret world of live-pigeon shooting

  • By: Chris Batha

Fine Gunmaking

Crafting a custom high-grade Lefever

  • By: Steven Dodd Hughes

Shot Talk

Bismuth shot is back in a big way

  • By: Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Protecting dogs from winter's frigid threats

  • By: George Hickox

Gun Review

The Beretta 690 Field III: refining a longtime popular favorite

  • By: Bruce Buck

Field Gear

Adventure gear for the traveling sportsman

  • By: David Draper

To the Point

Pinning for a return visit to Argentina

  • By: Tom Huggler
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