Sporting Clays on the Bourbon Trail: White Dog Mash and Other Delights

The itinerary was ambitious – eight days, seven posh sporting clays venues, 13 flats of shells and...

ggreenstein March 29, 2011

Kick In Doors and Ram Cars at Blackwater USA

Mr. Bignell is renowned for his ascots, English shooting vest and famous pink slacks. Now imagine this...

ggreenstein January 4, 2011

Sporting Clays on the Bourbon Trail: Part I, Nemacolin

We climbed up into the new 400-horsepower Porsche Cayenne S, ready to embark on a mad road trip that would...

ggreenstein December 14, 2010

From the Visionary Who Brought You Benelli: The New Regionalism in America's Shotgun Sports

In the back lots of Hollywood, when you say Jack, everyone knows you mean Jack Nicholson. In the shotgun...

ggreenstein September 14, 2010

Field Review of the Breakthrough A-10 American Sidelock

Call me crazy, but when someone handed me the 12-gauge model of the new A-10 American sidelock for the first...

ggreenstein July 27, 2010

Can Ralph Brendle Save His River Bend Sportsman's Resort from the Chinese?

You may want to send a heartfelt letter of gratitude to Mr. Gao Ren, chairman and CEO of China Linen Textile...

ggreenstein June 22, 2010

Sarah Palin Immortalized With Remington 870 Pump

In the shadow of Capitol Hill, a forgotten patriot consigned to America’s trash heap of the unemployed...

ggreenstein May 18, 2010

Beauty and the Beast

Georgia Pellegrini stands at the crossroads of the Upper East Side in Manhattan and the Lazy Triple Creek...

ggreenstein April 13, 2010

America Rising: Ithaca's New 12-Gauge Phoenix Shotgun

There are no signs on the factory at 420 North Walpole Street in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, but open the old door...

ggreenstein February 23, 2010

The Accidental Commando: A Trip To Blackwater

I was a very unlikely prospect, but Gary Jackson knew better.The past President of Blackwater Worldwide and...

ggreenstein February 16, 2010