Garden And Gun Magazine Yearly Subscription

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Celebrating the best of Southern culture, music, food, style, travel, art, literature, and the sporting life. Plus, lots of good dogs.

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Celebrating the best of Southern culture, music, food, style, travel, art, literature, and the sporting life. Plus, lots of good dogs.

Don't let the name of this magazine fool you - it's much more than an outdoor magazine. Named after a popular 1970s disco in Charleston, S.C. where the magazine is based, Garden & Gun is a tasteful, respected publication featuring award-winning editorial and amazing photography to place the culture and aesthetics of the South right at your fingertips no matter where you live.

Showcasing the culture below the Mason-Dixon Line, Garden & Gun focuses on the food, music, art, literature and people that make the South the soulful, stunning region it is. It's a celebration of a way of life that's often too easily forgotten in our hectic society. It embraces a slower, more thoughtful lifestyle and takes joy in the reverberation of its influence.

Regular sections abound with the taste, sights, sound and feel of the South. "Talk of the South" is a compilation of headlines and updates in music, books, art and food. "Due South" features essays on Southern culture written by regular columnists as well as contributing writers. You'll also meet noteworthy Southerners in the "Interview" section as well the region's most talented and unique craftsmen in "Made in the South." For the best dining in the South, check out "Pit Stops."

Special issues throughout the year focus on subjects like Southern food, Southern-style and Southern homes. And be sure to look for Garden & Gun's "Annual Made in the South Awards" issue for the most amazing artisanal and handcrafted items of the South.

If the South runs through your veins or if you've always been captivated by this remarkable region, Garden & Gun is the magazine for you.

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Seriously one of the best magazines ever. It has much of the trappings of Southern Living Magazine with the added bonus of shooting and hunting articles. This not only has interest for the man in the house, but the fastest growing sport for women is shooting and hunting.


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I bought a subscription to this magazine after seeing one issue and being very impressed with that issues mix of Southern articles for men and women. After getting a couple issues of the subscription I have been disappointed because they have not had much in the way of articles directed towards the more traditional Southern "Manly" male. Garden & Gun seems to have plenty of Garden/cooking but not much Gun/Redneck. I was hoping for a even mix like the name suggest (because I enjoy both). However, if you are looking for something in the roundhouse of Southern Living, you will probably like this magazine.


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The magazine is fine BUT I have trouble reading it on the Kindle, which is how I subscribe to magazines. I need a larger font type, but this magazine allows limited enhancement. If you use the enhancement viewer box then you have to move the small box back and forth, up and down and get lost in the text. I find it challenging. When I do not use the viewer box but use to fingers to enlarge the page, the words are not very clear. I think that the problem is the small size and type of fonts used in the printed copy that does not translate well digitally.


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Want to feel like a wealthy white land owner? This is the magazine for you! Complete with $10,000 trap shooting trips, $900 chairs that you can't sit on, homes in the 2-4 million dollar range, and restaurants that charge $300 a person. Seriously though, great photography, good articles, and one of the best things we can point to in the south and say "this is what real class looks like, and it isn't in Connecticut."


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Very interesting magazine. I have enjoyed it. The home-spun southern stories are great, and I enjoy the articles- especially one about the Charleston Harbor and the hunt for
Civil War un-exploded arms in and around the harbor.