Limits Too Quick

by Steve Smith You turn away from the truck and cut the dog loose. She streaks toward the horizon, which is a long way off because this is the Ft. Pierre National Grasslands, and it’s the opening [...]

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Tempo, Timing, and Triggering

From the “Gun Room” column by Steve Smith, July/August 2008 Ever see a golf tournament on television and it’s tight right to the final hole? It takes a four-foot putt to win or [...]

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Cold Weather Shooting

By Steve Smith The onset of winter, when the seasons are still open but you sort of, you know, wish they weren’t, presents a set of circumstances for the wingshooter quite apart from the [...]

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The Good Gun Dog

POINTING DOG POINTERS SEPTEMBER 2014 By Bob and Jody Iler   Gun dogs come in all sizes and shapes and are bred for different areas of specialization. The term “gun dog” includes [...]

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Dos and Don’t of Gun Development

POINTING DOG POINTERS By Bob and Jody Iler In the past two columns, we’ve talked about types of birds to use in training and how to plant those birds. When it comes to gun development, the [...]

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