The Rigby Campfire
The Rigby Campfire blog is an opportunity for like-minded Ladies and Gentlemen of Adventure to share their stories of hunting, travel and tales of derring-do from around the world.
No story, adventure or anecdote is better shared than around the campfire, gin and tonic in hand. Legends of ones that got away, near misses and memories from the field are the very things that bond us as an international community.
Rigby welcomes you to its campfire to read stories from some of the worlds most seasoned and interesting hunters, explorers and adventurers.
Experienced hunter Jeremy Preston from south west England was one of the first customers to buy Rigby’sLearn more
New to the Rigby Campfire blog, each month we’ll be catching up with the company’s managing director,Learn more
John Rigby & Co. is delighted to once again sponsor the annual Fred Taylor Memorial for WorkingLearn more
The county of Suffolk, based in East Anglia is notarised for its distinct lack of hills, itsLearn more
Rigby rifles were always part of the family when Rajat Singh Shekhawat was growing up in theLearn more
Keen British firearms collector Martin Mirwald got to experience this when he took his Rigby double .450/.400Learn more
Based in Texas, Gary Duffey was appointed by John Rigby & Co. in September 2018 to lookLearn more
A mad keen buffalo hunter, Graham Williams has been very busy, as usual, during the dry seasonLearn more
He was raised on a remote rural property in the deep boreal forest area between Norway andLearn more
If I was going to take a shot at the kudu we’d been tracking all day, itLearn more
In our latest Campfire blog, Craig Boddington, the globally-respected outdoor journalist shares his impressions of the .275Learn more
Joe Taylor is a retired U.S. Army Major General and Defence Sector Executive. He has hunted onLearn more
Gary Duffey is a huge supporter of Rigby rifles and an avid collector of fine English andLearn more