London Gun-maker John Rigby & Co was founded back in 1775, with over than 240 years of gun making experience. With a concept of keeping tradition and producing firearms to Rigby’s rich heritage and age-old standards that John Rigby himself would be proud of.

Rigby lately launched their new initiative, the Rigby Campfire blog. The new web-based blog, is targeted for like-minded Ladies and Gentleman of adventure to share their stories of hunting and travelling experiences from around the world.

Each month, readers can go through latest stories from the world from interesting hunters, explorers and adventurers. Whether one is hunting whitetail deer in Texas, Cape buffalo in South Africa, Red stag stalking in the Scottish highlands while accompanied by the iconic Rigby.  Following the same footsteps of Rigby’s famous explorers as Jim Corbett and Karamojo Bell of today.

Marc Newton, the managing director of Rigby said: “We are delighted to launch our new initiative, the Rigby Campfire blog. The pinnacle of any great hunt is the stories shared around the campfire with your fellow hunters. These great stories are often lost or forgotten, so this is our way to pay homage to these great tales of adventure.”