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Behind the Bullet: .416 Remington Magnum

Introduced in 1989, the .416 Remington Magnum is fully capable of handling any and all game, including the heavyweights like elephant, hippo, buffalo and coastal brown bears. Its trajectory is flatter than most would think, and recoil isn’t much heavier than the .375 H&H, yet the terminal results are visibly greater.

First Look: Rackulator Measuring Device

Have trouble measuring the rack on your latest trophy? Luckily however, a new device called the Rackulator is here to make it easier.

How to Field Judge a Mule Deer in 30 Seconds

How do you determine whether the buck you’re looking at is good, great or a monster? Here are a few tricks you can use to quickly and confidently judge a mule deer’s real proportions.

Black Bears, Ponytails, and Close Encounters

In Alberta, hunters like to hold out for big bears. It’s another thing entirely to hold out for a color-phase bear when coal-black, record-book bruins climb into your lap.

Join the Hunt: Get Real About Gear

New shooters don't need the newest, most technologically advanced gear to be successful in the field. It's practice, not product, that makes perfect.

Hardware: Leupold VX-3i CDS-ZL

Leupold has upgraded four models in its popular VX-3i line to include the company’s CDS-ZL (Custom Dial System-ZeroLock) dial for the first time, a premium feature previously only offered on the VX-5HD and VX-6HD in Leupold’s “Gold Ring” riflescope lines.

Join the Hunt: Mission or Fun?

To coax skeptics into shooting sports, ya gotta show ’em a good time.

Peccary Quest: Where and How to Hunt Javelina

Ever wonder where and how to best hunt javelina? Contributor Aram von Benedikt brings to bear vast experience from countless hours spent in pursuit of the wily pigs, offering some tips and tricks to consider for your next javie hunt.

Take a Waterfowl Vacation: 5 Days in Ciudad Obregon

The end of duck season is a sordid affair. Yes, there’s work to be done, with mud and muck encasing nearly everything you own, and the contempt you hold for your alarm clock is palpable. … But why quit now? The best hunting of the year is waiting south of the border.

Pope and Young Club Announces New World-Record Rocky Mountain Goat

On Feb. 15, the Pope and Young Club convened a special panel of judges in Chatfield, Minn., for a potential new world-record Rocky Mountain goat.

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