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Does Rain Lower Your Bullet's Point of Impact?

July 31, 2014

Does shooting in the rain result in a lower point of impact? The BullShooters investigate.

Is Ice Water Deadly For Dogs?

July 24, 2014

You may have seen the email chain that went viral recently, warning dog owners that ice water—or even very cold water—is deadly to dogs when ingested. Is it true? The BullShooters had no choice but to investigate.

What Does Hunting Really Do For African Game?

July 18, 2014

We’ve all heard, discussed, and repeated the claim that “hunting is good for the species,” but how long does it take? The BullShooters provide an answer.

Why is My Scope Out of Adjustment?

June 11, 2014

So you've mounted a scope on your brand new rifle and can’t get it zeroed because it’s run out of adjustment. What do you do next? The BullShooters provide an answer.

Can a Gobbler's Beard Rot Off?

June 02, 2014

Some hunters believe a gobbler's beard can wear off, or even rot off. Can it? We investigate.

Why Would Anyone Want to Hunt With a "Silencer?"

April 10, 2014

A columnist with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution was baffled as to why hunters might want to use a suppressor with their firearm. Keith Wood supplies the answer in this latest edition of "BullShooters."

Does a Short Barrel Hamper a Turkey Gun’s Performance?

March 26, 2014

Without question the short barrel improves the shotgun’s mobility in the woods, but is it a detriment to the load’s velocity, and therefore energy?

Are .22s Untraceable?

March 12, 2014

To hear one of Jeff Johnston's favorite (non-fiction) TV shows tell it, .22-caliber bullets can't yield forensic data. The BullShooters couldn't help but take a closer look.

Is Twice-Frozen Game Meat Still Good to Eat?

February 24, 2014

For years, Jeff Johnston has heard that allowing venison to thaw and then re-freezing it renders the meat inedible. Is it true? He decided to find out.

Why is Rifling Twist Direction Usually Right-Handed?

February 04, 2014

Have you ever noticed that most American gun makers make the rifling go in a right-handed—or clockwise—twist direction, whereas many British gun makers historically choose left-handed twists? Here's why.