Each year the organization commissions a rifle to celebrate a continent’s hunting heritage, and each year we‘re impressed.
This custom tribute is a reproduction of Jack’s famed “No. 2” rifle.
Skip the fruitcake this year and give the gift that keeps on giving.
The Model 1886 has been rechambered, refinished, and all-around revitalized. And it was owned by Matthew Quigley himself. What’s not to love?
The story behind the beautiful Westley Richards “India” and “Africa” sidelock doubles that graced our recent Guns & Hunting issue.
The custom Brass Big Boy is available in four calibers with special Sporting Classics engraving.
Of special interest is an extremely rare offering of more than 50 German combination guns and drillings.
His .38-caliber Colt has been stolen twice, was used in the battle of San Juan Hill, and was recovered from the sunken USS Maine.
This ultra-rare .225 double was built for the owner’s grandchildren to hunt springbok with, but alas, that trip never took place.
See the steps that go into making a Turnbull-restored double gun.