Vic Harker looks at a remarkable new gun from James Purdey & Sons.
2008 marked the 40th anniversary of one of the most successful guns of all time. Richard Rawlingson reflects on the achievements of Daniele Perazzi.
Is an English gun a good investment? Ian Andrews of Christie's provides the answer.
Gunmaking at Piotti is very much a family affair, as Richard Rawlingson discovered. A tradition which was once a cornerstone of English gunmaking is alive and well in Val Trompia.
Creating your very own bespoke shotgun might sound like a flight of fancy, but this alternative to an off-the-peg model is more affordable than you might think, and it’s laden with benefits, says Alastair Phillips of William Evans.
Vic Harker puts the Beretta 486 Parallelo through its paces and argues that, despite the rise and rise of the over-under, there is still a place for the side-by-side in the game shooting field.