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Elephant Charge 2017

Elephant Charge 2017

October 07, 2017

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Tweed, Malt & Shot: Highland Games in ‘Auld Reekie’

Tweed, Malt & Shot: Highland Games in ‘Auld Reekie’

October 30, 2016

Words by: JPS for duncan quinn There is, of course, plenty of drinking to be done in Scotland. But as DQ devotees have seen from our travels to Auld Reekie, there’s a lot more to it than that. Sometimes we drive Bentleys through the moors at high speed. Haggis is consumed on more than one […]

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Nitro Express: Hemingway’s Westley Richards Safari Gun

Nitro Express: Hemingway’s Westley Richards Safari Gun

June 16, 2016

Words by: JPS for duncan quinn Ask a group of sporting gents to name the world’s finest gunmaker and you’ll get a chorus of “Purdey” and “Holland & Holland”. But those in the know might tip you the wink and whisper quietly “Westley Richards, old boy.” The company was founded in Birmingham, England’s munitions mecca, […]

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Lock Stock

Lock Stock

November 04, 2015

Words by: JPS for duncan quinn Some of the world’s finest bespoke craftsmen are employed in building beautiful sporting guns. As connoisseurs of both custom creativity and gentlemanly pursuits, we have always appreciated the gunsmith’s artistry. A new volume from French luxury publisher Assouline, Hunting: Legendary Rifles, is a must for any gent looking to […]

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Sail Power

Sail Power

August 18, 2015

Words by: Jared Paul Stern BMW is betting big on the 35th America’s Cup, set to take place in Bermuda next year. The action is already underway to select the challenger in the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series, which just began in the UK with a win for the newly formed Land Rover BAR […]

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Colorado Crawlin’

Colorado Crawlin’

July 27, 2015

Words by: DUNCAN QUINN Photos by: BRUCE SMITH and DUNCAN QUINN Roads?  Where we’re going we don’t need roads… I had somehow ended up 4 flights and 5,000 miles later under a clear blue sky with puffy white clouds in the middle of the wild west. And I had been so happy the day before […]

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Limpopo Journal. PART II

Limpopo Journal. PART II

June 07, 2013

Our tracker was a saturnine fellow of zero words and less expression. Not once had he smiled, or hit really any note in the register of human emotion. Words by: MICHAEL LUDERS Our tracker was a saturnine fellow of zero words and less expression. Not once had he smiled, or hit really any note in […]

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Limpopo Journal. PART I

Limpopo Journal. PART I

May 15, 2013

Drawn to all things African since I was a kid reading H. Rider Haggard, I had wanted to follow in the footsteps of childhood heroes… Words by: MICHAEL LUDERS When I drove over the border into Zimbabwe, the country was barely nine years old, the signs of civil war still everywhere. Bullet-holes scored the outer […]

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A Paddler’s Diary

A Paddler’s Diary

December 05, 2012

We live in an age where Point B is to be arrived at as quickly and as comfortably as possible. Despite these obvious efficiencies, we ought to be saddened by what is missed along the way. This is especially the case if Point B is Fort Kent, in the northernmost woods of Maine, and Point […]

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A proper walk

A proper walk

September 05, 2012

I mean besides wanting a drink, I also want to be free from dread. So says the poet Jim Harrison. Drink, of course, is the antidote to dread, but its effects are short-lived and I always feel worse afterward. Harrison often writes of another remedy for this paralyzing nemesis, and it isn’t a relationship with […]

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Get-home-itis

Get-home-itis

June 13, 2012

You couldn’t say we weren’t warned. The old caretaker—and, in winter, the sole inhabitant—of Chesuncook Village made it very clear. “Wait,” he said with a peculiarity that immediately earned him the handle, Stephen King, bestowed upon him by my friend, Colin. “Why not have a root beer?” Words by: Michael Luders Photos by: John Olsen […]

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ladies man’, ladies gun’

ladies man’, ladies gun’

June 01, 2012

Words by: Michael Luders Those words sneeringly signaled the end of the fifteen-year affair between James Bond and his .25 Beretta. After a Court of Inquiry concluded that he nearly got himself killed because of his choice of that very pistol, the head of British Intelligence, M., ordered it confiscated. From then on, his star […]

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