good gear • good reading
• good gauge
Spring weather can be extremely
unpredictable, to say the least. So the clever and very discriminating
owners of British Sporting,
Arms, Ltd., Charles and Margaret Schneible, have selected several
indispensable items to help you cope with the vagaries of the Season.
To order call 800-318-8693 or visit their website: www.bsaltd.com
From Schoffel, Europe's leading manufacturer of lightweight technica waterproofs comes The Ptarmigan Jacket. This coat is 100% waterproof, windproof, highly breathable and, amazingly, machine-washable. Color: Hunter Green
Men sizes 38-52
Ladies Sizes 4-12 $585.00
From Braeval, the Artemis Shooting Shirt combines European style
with American outdoor function.
District Check, Brown Check, Brown Plaid
Sizes: M. L. XL, XXL $134.00
Our Ladies' Sheepskin Gilet is
the most very stylish way to keep warm during
outdoor pursuits of
in… The Hunter’s All-Leather Wellington.
Aptly named “The Crown”, it is the very best we’ve
seen… 100% water-proof, of course, with rubber welting and
treads, it is practical, comfortable and elegant… as all
good things should be! All Sizes $440.00
For the Bird Hunting Enthusiast
We asked John Gosselin, the Founder, Editor of
The Upland Almanac, for an opening quote we could use to describe
his popular Quarterly.
“I started this magazine because
I wanted to read it! There didn’t
seem to be a publication that fit that little niche of people like
me and my friends. We’re the dogged, relentless and, dare
I say slightly insane, bird hunters whose idea of a fantastic day
of upland shooting is following our dogs through dense woods and
thick cover, seeing 3 grouse and maybe shooting one!”
the beginning, it was The Grouse Pointe Almanac, but I soon realized
that I needed to expand the scope of the magazine to include more
upland experiences and, frankly, to reach a larger audience. So
I changed the name to The Upland Almanac.”
In just seven years, this well-designed Quarterly has grown into the favorite
read of upland shooters throughout the United States, Canada and beyond.
Each issue contains reports of exciting destinations and upland bird forecasts,
shooting tips, articles on dog handling, write-ups on fine shotguns, equipment
reviews and even a culinary section to help turn that “one bird” into
a delicious feast!
To subscribe to The Upland Almanac, contact John Gosselin at 802-849-900 or by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their website - www.uplandalmanac.com.
Combo Gauge Measures Up...
and sideways! In fact, this compact aluminum measuring gauge is just
about as handy a tool as you can have, if you are even mildly interested
(and who isn’t) in how your gun really measures up.
As you can see in the photos below, just about
every aspect of the gun can be calculated very accurately in inches or centimeters.
The aluminum extension lengthens the gauge to 48
Side by Sides as well as Over and Unders and semi-automatics are
easily measured. And, at $118.95,
the price is right.
For more information, contact The Robert Louis Company, 31 Shepard Hill Rod,
Newtown, CT 06470 call 800-979-9156, e-mail email@example.com or visit
their website: www.shotguncombogauge.com.