Orvis Hill Country Shooting Grounds, located in southern Pennsylvania, is one of the premier sporting clays, upland hunting, and instructional shooting properties in the world. Reid and the Orvis Hill Country staff gather on a call to talk about the . . .
A round of sporting clays is both great fun and a great way to hone your shooting skills for the field. For instance, the Woodland Course at Orvis Sandanona offers 20 stands, each presenting the shooter with a different challenge. . . .
In this week’s podcast, Reid and Syren Brand Manager Lynne Green discuss Syren shotguns, clays sports, and brand ambassadors in the “influencer” age. Lynne is a hunter, instructor, and competitive shooter with a special . . .
Randy Wakeman is a well-known firearms consultant, author, publisher, speaker, and he clearly likes to review new guns. Here’s he takes a long, hard look at the new Orvis Fabarm Elos D2 O/U 20-gauge Shotgun, which is a significant upgrade from the . . .
Written by: James Ross, Orvis Chief Shooting Instructor
Many shooters I’ve worked with recently have had problems with consistency. Many of these problems can be easily corrected by paying attention to your set up or pre-shot routine. Here are some tips to remember for proper set up and. . .
Orvis intern Henry Miles lines up a clay pigeon at the Sandanona wing-shooting grounds. Photo by Grant White
On Friday, as my intern friends from school crunched numbers and tweeted “TGIF,” I had the privilege of visiting the beautiful Sandanona Shooting Grounds in Millbrook, New York. It’s how The Orvis Company does. . .