The prolific author had a penchant for lever-action Winchesters.
Taking a magnificent bull with a black-powder double from the 1800s.
Without a number of important patents from William Scott, today’s break-open shotguns would be drastically different, if possible at all.
Sir Henry Seton-Karr dreamed of hunting America, later using a .500 double to take many of its game animals.
John Savile entertained royalty and hosted driven shoots, all while carrying his Westley Richards like a scepter.