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A. Lokey Explores Unique Hunting Rides in "Texas Quail Rigs"

In his book Texas Quail Rigs, native photographer A. Lokey explores the automotive side of Texas

In his book Texas Quail Rigs, native photographer A. Lokey explores the automotive side of Texas hunting culture. Far from the typical pick-up truck that might be expected, the rides in the book are all customized to suit the needs and tastes of the hunters that use them. From gun racks and dog cages to wood grain side panels and perched seating, Lokey has seen it all in the three years he spent traveling Southern and Western Texas and gathering the shots. To see more photos and to purchase the book, head over here.

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