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Garden & Gun represents a celebration of Southern Lifestyle at its best. Offering lush photography and top quality editorial. It also delivers a unique look at outdoor sporting activities, fine dining, personal style & design, and travel destinations throughout the South.

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Finally! Not your mother's Southern mag!
Has articles and ads that are of interest to my age group and area of the country.
by: Anonymous
2/9/2011 10:21:00 AM
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The South as it is by her best writiers.
Garden and Gun feeds the natural pride real southerners have for their State and region. It writes about the characters we call our friends. The images are expertly edited for impact and beauty. And,the Blount column ties up the loose ends with often side splitting prose.
by: Joseph Leon
12/20/2010 11:14:00 AM
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Who would have thought
This was a gift, first thought was this is a spoof, now the wife and I pass it back and forth.
Still a wonder upon arrival. Oyster Issue was the cat's meow.
We sent a gift subscription to my brother and his wife, it was dog earred when I visited!!
by: Maule Driver
10/19/2010 1:52:00 AM
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Its a lifestile
A classy magazine with topics not seen elsewhere.
by: Anonymous
8/31/2010 4:52:00 PM
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a southern feel even when away
Being from the South your magazine was not only informative but it had a comfortable feel - made me feel at home. I actually bought it for my parents - Southern transplants to CO - so they wouldn't miss "home" too much.
by: Anonymous
4/16/2010 11:22:00 AM
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