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Tips for Traveling to Hunt in the COVID-19 Era

If you enjoy traveling to distant locations to hunt—either in the U.S. or across the globe—you’ve likely been impacted by COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few tips to make your upcoming trips go as smoothly as possible.

Best New Hunting Rifles for 2021

Here's a look at this year's most exciting new rifles for hunters looking to make an upgrade.

What Hunters Need to Know About Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases

Knowledge is power, and the more you educate yourself, the less your chances of catching one of the several dreadful tick-borne diseases.

Belted vs. Beltless Magnum Cartridges

What makes a magnum? Does a magnum cartridge need to be belted? What are the advantages/disadvantages of both designs? Contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at each to help you make a more informed decision.

Review: Leupold VX-3HD 4.5-14x40mm

Leupold’s VX-3HD riflescopes are lightweight, rugged and well balanced, and included in the line may be the best value for a hunter looking to cover all the bases: the 4.5-14x40mm. With its 30mm main tube, this scope offers a wider range of elevation adjustment than its 1-inch counterparts, as well as better light transmission.

Best American-Made Hunting Gear of 2021

Products made tough, dependable and proudly in the USA.

The Effects of Barrel Length on Your Rifle

Let’s take a closer look how various barrel lengths, from rimfires to safari guns, play a role in a rifle’s performance.

Hardware: Savage Impulse Hog Hunter

The new Savage Impulse is much more than just a good first attempt at an American-made straight-pull. It can take long-range precision shots with ease, yet is in its element stacking lead in rapid fashion.

The Effects of Bullet Shape at Hunting Ranges

There’s no denying that modern bullets are nothing short of amazing, but does that mean the older, classic designs are obsolete? Let’s take a closer look at the real-world differences between various bullet designs when used at hunting ranges.

Best Shooting Rests for Hunters

Whether trying to hold your turkey shotgun steady for those interminable moments as a tom warily closes the distance into shooting range, or for trying to overcome the excitement of having the bull elk of your dreams in the crosshairs, a solid rest just makes sense. Find the system that works for you and you’ll fast become a better shot.

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