Fellowship. Sportsmanship. Responsibility. Skill.
A Note On Our Name
Growing up I spent many a weekend romping the limestone banks of the Flint river and its tributary creeks in Southwest Georgia, the dotted ponds of Middle Georgia, and the mountain lakes in the Northeast section of the state. In the mornings when the mist is still rising on the water you will be seldom deprived of the crisp call of a Belted Kingfisher as he surveys his territory. A more handsome and regal a bird would be difficult to find, but what always amazed me is their sharp eye and precise dive. Rarely does a Kingfisher miss his submersed query. When I began my leather business I soon realized that the Kingfisher represents the very traits of precision, skill, elegance, and sportsmanship that I wanted my business to be known for. Today, each Kingfisher product bears a small symbol embossed into the leather which we call the Double K. The two Ks represent my last name Kolbie and the business' name Kingfisher. It is my personal mark of approval and a handshake with our customers attesting to my commitment to the traits aforementioned. We are proud to say that you will always find our signature where an artisan's should be, in the front right bottom corner. ~ Luke G. Kolbie
Ambassador Michael Clark
Michael Clark has joined Kingfisher as an Ambassador and we are very excited to have his expertise as a Masterclass shooter and coach. His specialty is Sporting Clays where tournaments are often won or lost by a single shot. His experience helps us to perfect our shooting products.
Ambassador Andrew Lackie
Andrew captains the 18 time National Title Jacksonville University clay shooting team where he has achieved three SCTP National titles and three individual SCTP South Eastern Regional titles. In addition he is a NSCA Level 1 instructor.
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Good Grit Magazine
Kingfisher was honored to have both our Wingshooter's Cartridge bag and Physician's Weekender in Good Grit Magazine's Father's Day Gift guide curated by SUTHINGIRL.
This year's Catalog cover
By artist Wynne Bracewell