This is “Dart” and I hunting quail on our property near Wenatchee Washington during the 2010 season.
The “Trophy Room” is a new place on our web site to share pictures from us and our clients shooting guns obtained from Vintage doubles. If you have pictures we could use we would really appreciate having them to place on this part of our web site “just for fun!”
From Left this is Scott King, Jim Lampy, Jon Hosford, Allan Mack, and Gary Murphy. As I take pictures I am never in them darn it! We all had a great hunt with three of us using hammer guns. Jim shot a beautiful William Richards of Liverpool, Allan was shooting a wonderful 16g. Steven Grant with a grip safety, and I was shooting my favorite hammer gun, a Boss thumblever 16 with Whitworth steel barrels. Jim was our host on what we discovered to be the most well managed productive pheasant ground in South Dakota. Thank you again Jim! It was pheasant heaven.
David Boyles and his pretty “Dessa.” David is holding his newly acquired from Vintagedoubles hammer Purdey. This is on his 65th Birthday. Go David!
This is Renn’s Purdey 10 bore which obviously was a success in the field. What a beautiful gun and picture. Thank you Renn!
Andrea Giambi with his Stephen Grant from VintageDoubles.
This is Renn with the hammer gun and father Chad and brother Eric to the left. Renn, who is our fourth man? What a great picture as it is obvious these men had a great day in the field together with their vintage guns!
Above Terry Lubzinski shows off some nice Thanksgiving geese and a Vintage Tolly which was their demise!
PePe and hard won birds with Dennis Daiggers Pieper 16 with a unique sidelever
John Mott sent us this great picture of his hammer E.C. Green (from Vintagedoubles!) with doves near Gustine Ca.”
You should recognize the hammer gun photo from a couple of years ago. It's been a great gun; pretty (or Purdey) much shoots where I look - always a good thing. This was my first daily limit of Sharpies. The shotshells are even Purdey (Eley) #6's