Winchester Answers: Where's the .22 LR?

October 23, 2014

A few months back, we provided a look at how ammunition companies were responding to the .22 rimfire "shortage." It's no secret that, since then, many of our readers are still struggling to maintain their stockpile of .22 LR. So what's going on? We asked the folks at Winchester for answers.

NRA-Themed Accessories For Your ATV

October 22, 2014

Your ATV can be just as an important a tool as your truck. So why not trick it out a little bit? Here are a few nifty—and NRA-themed—ATV accessories from Moose Utility Division.

Michigan Youth Drops 12-Point Albino Buck with Crossbow

October 22, 2014

Gavin Dingman, 11, beat the odds when he shot this extraordinary albino deer on Monday.

The Brush-Up-Your-Blind Debate

October 20, 2014

As we place or reposition our ground blinds this season, how concealed do they need to be to keep from spooking deer?

Think Your Duck Opener Was Bad?

October 20, 2014

We toil and wait all summer until one day, finally, it's the opening day of duck season. Think yours might have been bad? Check out Kyle Wintersteen's.

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.

What the NRA Does for Hunters

October 18, 2014

Rest easy, American hunter, the NRA has your back.

Species-Specific Excuses for Missing Birds

October 17, 2014

Kyle Wintersteen has learned to deal with missing birds—particularly when witnesses are present—through a fail-proof coping mechanism: excuses, and lots of them. So, here are a few species-specific suggestions to help you save face this season.

Range Before You Draw!

October 16, 2014

There is always a new bowhunting lesson to learn—sometimes the hard way. Here’s a basic mistake that's easier to make than you might think.

Remington Shows Off 2015 New Product Intro

October 14, 2014

Remington's annual media seminar, focusing on hunting and recreational shooting products, brought some surprises and new technologies, along with the return of some old favorites.