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Weatherby SA-08 Review

by Steve Gash

Weatherby has become well-known of late for its diverse and ever-changing line of shotguns. Gone are the over/under models like… more »

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Fabarms Elos B & Elos B AL Review

by Steve Gash

Fabarms’ Elos B and Elos B AL are typical of European over/unders, but far from ordinary. These 28- and 20-gauge… more »

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10 Great Dog Crates & Kennels for 2014

by Jerry Thoms

Whether you run field tests or hunt hardcore, pup needs a safe place for travel. Today’s options are endless, from… more »

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13 Great Waterfowl Shotguns for 2014

by John Taylor

Our guns have to stand up to the elements and come up shooting when the birds are over the decoys…. more »

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Breed Profile: The American Brittany

by Dave Carty

The best dog I ever owned was a Brittany. Now, I better qualify that. Powder wasn’t my hardest running dog,… more »

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GUN DOG Training: The Problem With Sit

by Dave Carty

Virtually all experienced pointing dog trainers will tell you training the command “sit” is a mistake. They’re mostly right on… more »

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Gun Dog In Shape

by David Hart

Imagine a buddy showing up at your house at 6 a.m. on a Saturday morning dressed in a running outfit…. more »

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10 Great Upland Hunting Boots for This Season

by David Hart

Deer hunters sure have it easy. A short walk to a tree stand, a few hours of sitting in a… more »

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Breed Profile: The Irish Setter

by M.J. Nelson

Not long ago, bird hunters viewed the traditional Irish setter with disdain. They were called “Irish airheads”—and worse—by sportsmen convinced… more »

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Why You Should Consider German Breeds for Your Next Gun Dog

by Tony J. Peterson

If I arbitrarily threw words like bringselverweiser, toteverbeller and jagd into a conversation, many of you would think I had… more »

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Beagling for Bunnies: Choosing Your Next Rabbit Dog

by Chad Mason

Over the course of my bird hunting life, I’ve passed up many shot opportunities at fleeing bunnies in the uplands…. more »

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GUN DOG Q&A: How to Stop Blind Whining

by Ed Bailey

Reader Question “I have a 7-year-old chocolate Lab who seems to be a quick study when it comes to bird… more »

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Beretta A400 Xplor Action 20-Gauge Review

by Nick Sisley

For most of us who bird hunt, lighter is better. If you’ve ever hauled a weighty shotgun on the prairie… more »

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7 Great E-Collars for 2014

by Joe Genzel

If you have ever felt helpless training a new gun dog, or even a well-conditioned field veteran, welcome to the… more »

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GUN DOG Spotlight: Wes Lang of Caesar Guerini

by Steve Gash

In a few short years, Caesar Guerini has come to represent superb quality and craftsmanship in over/under shotguns. The company’s… more »

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Breed Profile: The English Cocker Spaniel

by M.J. Nelson

Anyone who has ever watched a dog show knows the American cocker spaniel. Its coat drips to the floor in… more »

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Why You Should Love the Hungarian Partridge

by Dave Carty

I’d spent months combing the coulees and thick, grassy draws but was having little luck finding the Huns my spaniel… more »

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9 Great Left-Handed Shotguns

by David Hart

It’s not easy being a lefty. Aside from the usual jabs from our friends, we are little more than an… more »

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Training Dummy: How Tom Dokken is Changing Retriever Training

by Tony J. Peterson

One name among many has become synonymous with the words “training dummy.” That name belongs to 60-year-old Tom Dokken, who… more »

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One Man’s Choice: The English Cocker

by John McGonigle

The little liver-colored English cocker was making game and moving fast toward the wounded U.S. Army veteran of three tours… more »