“I hit the replay button in my head: Big white body. Big green head. That’s all I saw. Don’t remember seeing any bill, much less … this. Well, I’d never forget that sight picture.” So writes Holly Heyser in her April column on Shotgun Life. But what did she really see? Find out at http://bit.ly/1NKyn60 .
Elizabeth Lanier and the G.R.I.T.S. (Girls Really into Shooting) open their Nashville chapter as the organization goes national — and of course the ladies have a grand time shooting clays at the Nashville Gun Club. Check out the festivities in Elizabeth’s April column of the Lanier Shooting Sports Lifestyle on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/19JhwB6 .
Writer, hunter and conservationist Christine Cunningham makes a case for the fledgling movement to institute an Upland Stamp to protect America’s wingshooting habitat. Whether your position is yea or nay, Christine’s essay is eloquent and compelling. Read it now on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/1xgorwN
Dick Jones visits Joshua Creek Ranch for wingshooting, clays and some great food and hospitality. Read his report on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/1MIwSoh .
Joe Coogan has left Benelli USA and is returning to his roots in Africa to lead wingshooting adventures and safaris. As a protégé of the legendary Professional Hunter Harry Selby, Mr. Coogan is one of the last witnesses to the Golden Age of Hunting in Africa. We delve into Mr. Coogan’s incredible past to see how it impacts his new career. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/pk8yzb3 .