Suppressors have been a hot topic in the industry of late—and something that NRA-ILA has been keeping an eye on for hunters, too. Among the hurdles they face though, is a general unfamiliarity from much of the hunting and shooting community. In hopes of turning that tide, the American Suppressor Association hosted a suppressor shoot during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits outside Nashville, Tenn. last week. American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz had the opportunity to discuss the issue with Association President Knox Williams. Relive their discussion—and learn a few things—with the video embedded here.
Video: Q&A With the American Suppressor Association
The Airgun Sporting Association, the trade organization of the airgun industry, announced that West Virginia will soon be allowing air-rifle hunting for both small and big game.
From alpine slopes to desert floors to the whitetail woods, Covert Optics 8X42mms and 10X42mms are made to help hunters dissect the details of wild landscapes to uncover a prospective target animal, or accurately size up a cruising buck in the distance.
Save your seat for the NRA show’s annual celebration of hunters and hunting.
The 2022 National R3 Symposium wrapped up last week in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The 220 participants representing over 100 different organizations with an interest in hunting and shooting sports were the first to lay eyes on data released from the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports (Council), documenting a slight decrease in hunting license sales in 2021.