Our lead shotgun instructor Kevin Sterk talks about using the controlled swing-through or 'pass-through' technique to shoot a right-to-left quartering target.

Griffin & Howe Lead Trainer and Kennel Manager Ben Baker explains how trailing memories are a core retrieve skill, and how to train your dog incrementally starting from shorter distances.

Griffin & Howe's head of archery Tim Peschl talk about how to smoothly execute a shot using the mechanical release aid, and how to follow through after the shot.

Griffin & Howe will be showcasing our exceptional firearms and services at booth 4621 during the upcoming DSC Convention in Dallas from January 11th - 14th.

 The Dallas Safari Club is a highly anticipated gathering of hunting enthusiasts, conservationists, and outdoor adventurers from around the world. 

Below are some of the premium firearms from a collection we recently received; we will be showcasing these at our DSC booth:

SHOTGUNS

ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI SXS 410
Beautiful A&S Hammergun with articulated front trigger, extractors and coin finish

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BOSS & CO SXS 12 GAUGE (8692)
Beautiful self opening shotgun, whole action has shallow engraving, action retains much of its color case hardening.

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BOSS O/U 12 GAUGE (8973)
Beautiful Boss & Co O/U shotgun with case hardened reciever, with standard Boss rose and scroll engraving as well as extended forend metal.

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BOSS O/U 12 GAUGE (9028)
Beautiful O/U SLE with case hardened reciever, Boss forend metal and standard rose and scroll engraving.

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FABBRI O/U 12 GAUGE PAIR (E383/E384)
Beautiful Fabbri pair, Iora engraved, heavy celtic engraving.

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FABBRI O/U 12 GAUGE (E805)
Beautiful Fabbri O/U SLE, Color case hardened with rose and scroll engraving.

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JAMES PURDEY & SONS O/U 12 GAUGE (27600)
Beautiful Purdey 2 barrel O/U set, Ken Hunt engraved coin finished reciever, with Monte Carlo stock.

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JAMES PURDEY & SONS SXS PAIR 12 GAUGE (29351/29352) 
Beautiful Purdey Pair. K.C. Engraved, Heavy cut with 8 gold birds and oak leaves on fences.

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RIFLES

HOLLAND & HOLLAND .375 TAKEDOWN
Solid rifle with some light handling and wear.

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MAUSER M98 MAGNUM .416 RIGBY
Very clean rifle with some light handling marks.

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JAMES PURDEY & SONS DOUBLE RIFLE .45-70
Rifle is in beautiful condition, assisted open, oval is engraved.

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GRIFFIN & HOWE WEATHERBY MARK 5 .416 RIGBY
Rifle is in very good condition with some light handling marks.

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DON'T MISS OUR .35 WHELEN ANNIVERSARY RIFLES

Stop by our booth to see an example of our custom wood stocked .35 Whelen. We only have a handful of actions left for these beautiful limited edition rifles, which are all made to order.

We also have a selection of these anniverary .35 Whelens available with synthetic stocks, which will also be showcased at our DSC booth.

Our lead shotgun instructor Kevin Sterk talks about the four key dimensions for any shotgun fit; length of pull, the distance from the front of the comb to the tip of the nose, cast and comb height, and the correct pitch for sitting in the shoulder.

Did you know we offer gun fit appointments at Griffin & Howe?

A badly fitting gun doesn’t just cause your shooting to suffer – it could also lead to bruising and injury on your jawbone and shoulder. A shotgun that isn’t the right size for you can also encourage bad habits in your mount and stance.

If you're looking to customize your shotgun or have a custom stock made, we recommend you book a gun fit appointment with Kevin. Over the course of two hours, Kevin will take you out onto our sporting clay course with a fully adjustable ‘try-gun’, and alter the stock dimensions, trigger pull and lengths to your exact requirements until you are happy with the result and fit. We can then take the complete set of your individual measurements and pass them to our gunsmithing department, who can either create a fully custom stock for you, or alter the cast, stock length, trigger and rim on your gun so that you have a complete custom fit.

To book a gun fit, please email bookings@griffinhowe.com or call 973-398-2670.

Griffin & Howe's head of archery Tim Peschl talk about the importance of establishing your anchor points - the point on the face that is used as a reference to consistently aim and release the arrow accurately.

Griffin & Howe Lead Trainer and Kennel Manager Ben Baker demonstrates how to teach your dog step by step with effective 'lost' training.

Our lead shotgun instructor Kevin Sterk talks about the importance of the correct mount.

Our lead handgun instructor Mike Murphy talks about the importance of the relationship of your proper sight alignment to your intended target.

Griffin & Howe's lead rifle instructor Mike Murphy talks about the importance of breath control when taking a shot.

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