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Shooting Sportsman, May/June 2004

Shooting Sportsman Magazine

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Forward to the Past

Purdey's brings back a classic hammergun

  • By: Douglas Tate


Editor's Note

The dog issue, bears, and beyond

  • By: Ralph P. Stuart

Barbour Does New York

At a time when once-iconic brands like Abercrombie & Fitch have been reduced to logos on T-shirts and "Land Rover" appears on luggage and shoes, it's good to contemplate the name Barbour. "The best British clothing for the worst British weather" is how the slogan once went and, although

  • By: Silvio Calabi

Westley Richards Agency Gets Guns Back

In the early hours of this past December 16, dozens of law-enforcement officers fanned out in the Springfield, Missouri area in a sweep of five gunshops that resulted in the seizure of hundreds of firearms and eight people being indicted on federal firearms violations. Among those targeted in the raids

  • By: Ed Carroll

The Diana Shoot

Diana, goddess of the hunt, did not just bless Shooting Sportsman's Spanish red-legged partridge "outing," she lavished love & kisses on it. On a Sunday in late October '03, eight couples met in Madrid. The immersion in Spanish culture began that afternoon, with a long lunch in the country

  • By: Silvio Calabi


For American fans of the Baschieri and Pellagri shotshell, changes in the Italian company's distribution in this country may make the brand harder to find for a while. Mike Dotson, president of Texas-based B&P America, announced in February that the manufacturer, based near Bologna, had rescinded his

  • By: Ed Carroll
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