Our Kind of Place

Inside a Hallowed Shotgun Hideaway

If you want to see some of the finest shotguns in the country, first you have to ask

Sporting Scene

Are Paper Shotgun Shells Ripe for a Revival?

Why some shooters are ready for a blast from the past


Tour the Ultimate Shotgun Collection

A trove of classic doubles brings America’s golden age of shotguns to life


Shotgun Marriage: Beretta’s New Over-Under

Old-world gunsmithing meets modern-day technology in the Italian company’s new SL3 over-under


Thomasville Doubles

A new shotgun series inspired by the Southern quail woods


Field Notes: Three New Women’s Shotguns

Beretta, Blaser, and Zoli are the latest manufacturers to unveil quality shotguns designed for women


Handsome Stock: Gordy & Sons Outfitters

A lifelong sportsman brings a childhood dream to life at an elegant new Houston outfitter


Make Mine A Double

A lifelong love affair with classic American side-by-sides, in four parts

Sporting Scene

Vincent Hancock: Eyes on the Prize

A shotgun phenom sets his sights on an unprecedented third consecutive Olympic gold


The Rebirth of the Sweet Sixteen

Long a favorite among Southern hunters, a classic shotgun returns to the field


The Story Behind the Longleaf Gun

Making this one-of-a-kind quail gun took an international effort


The South’s Top Gun

If you want to learn the art of British driven shooting––and shotgun shooting in general––there’s no one better to see in the States than Chris Batha. Just don’t let him catch you aiming


Inside British Driven Shooting

Shooters from across the country learn from one of the world's best shotgun coaches

Made in the South

One of the Country’s Finest Gun Engravers

How Lisa Tomlin turned a childhood obsession with drawing animals into a career as one of the country’s finest gun engravers


The Legend of Bo Whoop

More than sixty years ago, the South’s most famous shotgun went missing. Here’s the story of how it was found