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Shooting Sportsman, November/December 2019

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Tools to Take ’Em

The latest flock of fowling guns

By Phil Bourjaily

Mallards Below Zero

Finding open water—and ducks—in the late season

By E. Donnall Thomas Jr.

Georgia Snow

Quail & clays at the Beretta Shooting Grounds by High Adventure Company

By Ralph P. Stuart

Reflections on a Season Not Hunted

The things I remember missing

By Bob White


From the Editor

Why we should keep on duckin’.


Cheers for the 680, points on pointers, a Chessie champion, the “raptor” factor, etc.

The Opener

An incoming flight to remember

Game & Gun Gazette

A new Purdey clays gun, New Jersey grouse, John Dickson & Son, duck numbers, Legacy Lanyards and more

Gun Review

The Remington V3 Waterfowl Pro

By Bruce Buck

Field Gear

’Fowl-weather gear for duck and goose hunters

By The Editors

Going Public

To Louisiana for wintering woodcock

By Ben Brettingen

Going Places

Mixed-bag shooting with Wingshoot Africa

By Douglas Tate

To the Point

What a boy will sacrifice to buy better decoys

By Tom Huggler


Gear Guide

Shining a light on headlamps

By Ralph Stuart

The Gun Rack

A Browning Citori White Lightning

By Ralph Stuart


Tricks for taking ’fowl

By Chris Batha

From The Bench

Choke work as a means to proper patterns

By Delbert Whitman Jr.

Shot Talk

New shotshells of interest

By Tom Roster

Hunting Dogs

Helping your dog “find the front”

By Shawn Kinkelaar


Arguing for the practice of plucking

By George Calef

On the cover: Pointer Remington with a snootful of Hun scent. Photograph by Brian Grossenbacher
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