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Can Whitetails Jump High-Fences?

January 30, 2015

Arguments for or against game ranches aside, the BullShooters want to know: Can a whitetail really jump a high fence?

Book Review: The Practical Guide to Reloading

January 15, 2015

Keith Wood takes a closer look at Nathan Foster's "The Practical Guide to Reloading."

How Do You Compare Riflescopes?

December 16, 2014

How do you objectively compare and evaluate the subjective qualities of a riflescope?

Do Grizzlies Stalk Hunters?

December 02, 2014

We’ve all looked over our shoulders when in grizzly bear habitat, especially when we’re elbow-deep in deer or elk blood after a successful hunt—but do bears actually stalk hunters hoping to steal a meal?

How Much Does That Rifle Really Kick?

November 12, 2014

It’s common for a proud man to uncase his favorite big-game rifle, look at it lovingly, and pronounce that “it hardly even kicks!” or “it kicks about like a .22!” As Jeff Johnston notes, that's rarely an accurate statement.

Are Crossbows Easier than Compounds?

October 20, 2014

Are crossbows really that much easier to handle than a compound bow? Jeff Johnston takes a closer look at the debate.

Will Banning Some Bear Hunting Methods Help Maine's Bears?

September 30, 2014

The Humane Society of the United States is working to ban the use of bait, dogs and traps for bear hunting in Maine via voter referendum. Jeff Johnston explains why such a move would actually hurt the state's bear population far more than it would help it.

What Happens After You Field Dress a Deer?

September 22, 2014

Unless you’re a very adventurous, or very hungry, hunter or cook, you probably don’t bring the stomach, intestines, lungs, etc. home to cook. So, just what happens to said remains? Keith Wood's game camera painted a pretty clear picture.

Can Pump-Action Shotguns Be as Fast as Semi-Automatics?

September 03, 2014

Jeff Johnston has heard more than one pump-action shotgun aficionado claim to be just as fast as their semi-automatic favoring peers. Is it really possible? The BullShooters take a closer look.

Do Man-Eating Leopards and Tigers Still Exist?

August 20, 2014

Some say the man-eating leopards and tigers than plagued India and Africa in the old days are history. But other reports, and even recent video, suggest otherwise.