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Into the Arctic

Pursuing the Western Arctic caribou herd across the North Slope of Alaska means long days and endless nights.

How to Choose the Right Waterfowl Shotgun

In the market for a waterfowl gun? Follow these guidelines to choose one that won’t disappoint.

Behind the Bullet: 7mm STW

Just about every case shape imaginable has been modified to hold both 7mm and .30-caliber bullets, but it was gunwriter Layne Simpson who saw a gap in the lineup: there was no 7mm cartridge based on a full-length .375 H&H case. In 1979, Simpson took the excellent 8mm Remington Magnum and necked it down to hold 7mm bullets, giving his wildcat the name “Shooting Times Westerner.”

Hardware: Fabarm Autumn

The Fabarm Autumn is a classy, understated, elegant, upland bird gun and every bit the equal—or better—of America’s classics from the first half of the 20th century.

Burgers’ Smokehouse Wild Game Samplers

Does the outdoor enthusiast in your life have a special occasion coming up? A Wild Game Sampler gourmet food gift from Burger’s Smokehouse could be just the ticket.

#SundayGunday: Browning Gold Light 10-Gauge Field

Get a closer look at the Browning Gold Light 10-Gauge Field, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday video series.

Behind the Bullet: 6.8 Western

Winchester and Browning have collaborated to produce the 6.8 Western—a new take on the concept of the .270 WSM, using heavier bullets and a faster twist rate than previous iterations of the Winchester cartridges have used. Essentially, the 6.8 Western picks up where the .270 WSM leaves off, and delivers a whole lot more.

Hardware: TriStar Bristol Silver SxS

The TriStar Bristol Silver SxS is a splendid option for anyone wanting to get into shooting a classic looking, classic handling, traditionally effective upland shotgun.

Sticking with Tradition: Top 5 Lead Turkey Loads

Here are five unyielding lead turkey loads to accompany you in the woods this spring.

‘How My Guns Worked in Africa’

Stewart Edward White’s 1911 report to NRA members was one of the first from Africa’s hunting fields ever published in an American periodical, and is proof our association will always remain at the forefront of trends in firearm use.

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