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Lightweight Rifle Project (Part 2 of 10)

Most of the ultralight components we’ll use on this project won’t come cheap, but this is an exception to that rule.

Lightweight Rifle Project (Part 7 of 10)

Choosing a scope for this rifle was a bit agonizing (in a good way, like deciding between the Porterhouse and the Filet).

Lightweight Rifle Project (Part 10 of 10)

The rifle is built, the money is spent and the scope is mounted: It’s time to know whether this thing shoots.

Bullshooters: Lightweight Rifle Project

Keith Wood tackles the often-perpetuated myth that lightweight rifles aren't accurate in this 10-part Bullshooters blog series.

Traditions Pursuit Ultralight XLT Review

The newest offering from Traditions packs tons of features into a lightweight, yet long-barreled, modern in-line muzzleloader.

How Much “Juice” Do You Need for Bears?

Many of you will be hunting black bear this spring, some with a bow for the first time. One question I am asked a lot about bowhunting bears is, “How much kinetic energy (K.E.) do I really need to kill a black bear?

Ultralight Gear for Backpack Hunters

Lightweight gear allows backpack hunters to hunt longer, climb higher and get further off the grid. Here are some of the best ultralight products on the market.

Real World Gear Review

The “No Bullshoot” Gear Report

The Cold Feet Cure: ThermaCELL's Heated Insoles

Easy to use and perfect for any number of activities, Thermacell's Heated Insoles will keep your feet warm and comfortable all winter long.

Double Tap Ammo

From handgun hunting loads to hard-to-find rifle rounds loaded with boutique bullets, the author reports stellar accuracy from all Double Tap ammo he's shot. While pricey, few things are more important to the success of your hunt than your ammo.

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