Hardware Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl Lead

Hardware: Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl

Mossberg brings the popular Jerry Miculek-inspired 940 JM Pro semi-auto platform to the hunting market with its new 940 Pro Waterfowl, featuring Cerakote metal surfaces, a chrome-lined barrel, Hi-Viz TriComp sight, and camo-finished stock and fore-end.

How to Cook the Perfect Venison Steak

Here’s a foolproof way to cook a venison steak to carnivorous perfection in only six minutes.

How to Punch Back at Recoil

You acquired that magnum rifle for a reason, but the kick it delivered overwhelmed your desire to take it on that elk hunt. Now it just sits in the safe. Throw any one of these six counterpunches to reduce recoil, and put that prized possession back into action.

How to Tenderize Tough Meat

Some cuts of game meat can seem especially difficult to make tender. Whether through aging or proper cooking technique, these tips will ensure the cuts from your next head of game are every bit the trophy the rest of the hunt represents.

Top 7 Long-Range Hunting Loads

Curious about what loads to buy for hunting at greater distances? Here are a few of our top choices for the task.

Hardware: Sauer 101 Highland XTC

Weighing in at 5.5 pounds, the ultralight Sauer 101 Highland XTC is a well-balanced, all-around rifle, featuring a hand-laid carbon fiber stock, fluted and factory threaded barrel, fluted bolt and all the standard S101 features that guarantee reliability and accuracy.

Public Land Hunting Etiquette

Here are some simple but significant “unwritten” rules you should always follow when hunting public land.

5 Reasons to Learn How to Reload Ammunition

Here are five reasons why it’s worthwhile to start acquiring the knowledge and tools needed to reload your ammunition.

Savage Impulse: A Straight-Pull Rifle Designed for American Hunters

With the release of its new Impulse straight-pull rifle, Savage is providing American hunters a high-performance option that emphasizes high rate of fire.

How to Field Dress a Big Game Animal

The first step to ensuring the quality of game meat is field dressing. Although there are many ways to do so, this method is proven, relatively easy and used by hunters around the world.

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