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Sporting Classics

July/August 2019

Sporting Classics is devoted to those who love to read. Each issue is packed with the things you love most: guns, knives, adventures, sporting art, dogs, and more. From Hemingway to Buckingham, O'Connor to Rutledge, this is the best hunting and fishing magazine for any sportsman!

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Sporting Classics Magazine
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sporting classics

PUBLISHER DUNCAN GRANT EDITOR CHUCK WECHSLER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER WAYNE NANNEY SENIOR EDITORS MICHAEL ALTIZER LLOYD NEWBERRY LARRY CHESNEY ROGERPINCKNEY TOM DAVIS JOHN ROSS MIKE GADDIS RON SPOMER TOM KEER TODD TANNER ROBERT MATTHEWS DWIGHT VAN BRUNT BOB MCKINNEY ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER - ADVERTISING BRIAN RALEY (800) 849-1004 (803) 736-2424 NATIONAL ADVERTISING JEFFTHRUSTON/BERNARD & ASSOCIATES 767 MILL ST., RENO, NV 89502 (775) 323-6828 DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS JASON VINCENT CREATIVE DIRECTOR ERIC TAYLOR ART DIRECTOR MICHAEL R.COLEMAN EDITOR-AT-LARGE JAMES CASADA EDITORIAL ADVISORS MIKE GADDIS DOUG PAINTER ADVERTISING COORDINATOR DEBBIE S.MOAK CUSTOMER RELATIONS BILL JACKSON RON STEP WEBSTORE/SHIPPING LAURA WILHELM ACCOUNTING PAULA CLAAS…

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this ’n that

Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey to Debut on July 1 SPORTING CLASSICS WITH CHRIS DORSEY, produced by Dorsey Pictures, will premier July 1 on the Outdoor Channel. The series will bring one of America’s greatest adventure magazines to the television space. It will feature the finest hunting and fishing destinations on the planet while presenting the Sporting Classics magazine creed: “The Heritage, The Romance, The Art of Hunting and Fishing” to a new audience. “Sporting Classics TV will showcase epic sporting adventures with the highest production values in the genre,” said Executive Producer Chris Dorsey. “It will be seen by viewers across the U.S., Canada and throughout Europe via unprecedented television distribution in cable and satellite, syndication, and through international affiliates as well as all manner of digital and OTT platforms. “We are…

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the new high-power air guns are a hoot to shoot

In January, I had the opportunity to join outdoor writers Luke Clayton, Joe Arterburn and Doug Howlett for some east Texas hog hunting. The gathering was sponsored by Pyramyd Air, the country’s leader in the growing sport of hunting big game with an air gun. A well-known Texas writer and radio show host, Luke had approached Val Gamerman, president of Pyramyd Air, about setting up a writers’ hunt to try out their Seneca brand 50-caliber Dragon Claw. Pyramyd Air is the world’s largest online retail store for air guns, airsoft, ammo and accessories. Air Venturi is the manufacturer of many of those products, including the Seneca Dragon Claw. Luke has been hog hunting with the big air guns for quite a while. I asked what prompted him to take up the sport. “Shooting and…

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air gun hunting regulations

“THE HUNTING LAWS FOR AIR GUNS are changing across the country,” says Val Gamerman. “The state laws are a hodge-podge, but we have an air gun hunting regulations website where you can easily check each state’s up-to-date rules. “We try to stay on top of it as much as we can,” he added. “We’re working along with other gun manufacturers to give states a blueprint, which they can adapt for those species within their state lines.” Be sure to check the state you’ll be hunting if you decide to carry an air gun. Each state has guidelines for each critter. Many states simply allow no air gun hunting. Here are a few examples. Texas is big on air guns, allowing hunting of 28 different species, from prairie dogs to desert bighorn sheep.…

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beginning again come july

In every journey the road will bend. Who can know how the story will wend? To every beginning, there must come an end. Cliché? Maybe, but profoundly, as inescapable truths that bracket the birth-to-death limits of our being. In the between time, there is life. Animate or inanimate. Life does not demand a heartbeat. A thing, too, can have life … a place, a time, a season, a thought, a wish, a love, a hate. Caught up in its own path, fraught with its own worry, proceeding in its own time of angst or glory, brought to doom upon completion of its story. Together, we are travelers in the runaway coach of time, under the reckless reins of Fate, down rutted roads of destiny, through gladness and sad. Eventually billed to us all,…

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after 44 years, she’s back in the saddle

I reached into the left, front pocket of my foxhunting jacket, a vintage black and grey-flecked wool frock made by Brittany Riding Apparel of New York. My fingers found something thin and soft—a faded blue pack of 10-cent stamps with an enthusiastic message from the postal service about using your zip code. “Help us give your letters top speed.” Old message. five-digit zip codes were introduced in 1963. Old stamps. Ten-cent stamps were issued in the early ’70s. Old me—issued in 1955. I inspected the stamp book further. What was the story of the stamps? And the story of a riding jacket I had been given by my mother on Christmas Day, 1972, but a jacket I had never worn? It’s the story of a woman’s place. No, I take that back. It’s the story of…

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