Gamefield Classics

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Sporting Classics, Apr 1, 2009 - Antiques & Collectibles - 132 pages
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Gamefield Classics brings together two preeminent talents in the world of sporting firearms. Michael McIntosh is the world’s most highly respected firearms writer; William W. Headrick stands alone at the pinnacle of firearms photography. Out of this unique collaboration comes a unique collection of stories and photos, all from the pages of Sporting Classics magazine. Here you’ll find a wide range of sporting shotguns and rifles built by an equally wide range of makers. All are classics in their own way. Some are pristine examples, others show the signs of much loving use and care. Here you’ll find history—of the makers and in some cases of the guns themselves. All have a story to tell.

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About the author (2009)

Michael McIntosh is a former Shakespeare professor turned professional freelance writer. He has written twenty-three books about guns; sporting and wildlife art; natural history; and travel. His articles have been publishing in every sporting magazine in the United Stated and United Kingdom. He lives in Pella, Iowa with his wife and two dogs.

Bill Headrick taught art for twenty-three years, industrial teach for five, and did a two-year stint as a high school principal, though all the while he maintained a keen interest in photography. His images of sporting arms were first published in Sporting Classics more than twenty years ago, and have also been featured in many other sporting magazines, books, calendars, and catalogues. He lives in Cape Girardeau, MO with his wife.

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