In her March column called “Hunting Zepplins,” Holly Heyser talks about mastering the big, slow incoming geese that almost seem too good to be true. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/ovwetl5 .
So warns Tom Roster in his March column. He delves into the potential pitfalls of adding forcing cones, backboring, porting or any number of barrel modifications shooters employ in an attempt to improve their scores. Tom’s advice also applies to purchasing a used shotgun with modified barrels. Read Tom’s column on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/kwx8c6e .
Purdey celebrates 200 years with commemorative guns, apparel and accessories (you must see the new 20-gauge Damascus over-and-under). On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/pf9sgql .
Expert hunter and writer Ron Spomer makes a compelling case for stepping down in gauges for pheasants from 12 to 28. Heresy? Listen to what Ron has to say on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/le5zzgg .
Extreme sports are all the vogue. But when it comes to bird hunting, what’s the difference between extreme and awful? Holly Heyser has a word or two about that in her February column of “Butt, Belly, Beak, Bang!” on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/lfj5c3y .