FL Mossberg 940 Pro Turkey Lead

First Look: Mossberg 940 Pro Turkey

The 940 Pro family continues to grow, and just in time for turkey season.

First Look: TNT T-Rex Pro Treestand in Realtree Edge Camo

Weighing in at just 21 pounds, the True North Treestands (TNT) T-Rex self-climber in Realtree Edge camo is a stand-up/sit-down style all-aluminum stand that features True North's new patent-pending "T-Rex” toothed dual-cable design and the Rapid Claw attachment system.

First Look: Leica Geovid Pro 32 Rangefinding Binocular

Leica launches its iconic Geovid rangefinding binocular in a new compact, lightweight size with added functionality.

New for 2022: Mossberg 940 Pro Turkey

The new 940 Pro Turkey features a choice of a 24- or 18.5-inch barrel, a HiViz fiber-optic sight for quick target acquisition, Mossberg’s X-Factor ported choke tube for improved pattern density and is covered in Mossy Oak Greenleaf camo.

New for 2022: Survival Filter Active All Terrain Filtration Bottle

Through a partnership with Nalgene, Survival Filter has produced the new Active All Terrain, a lightweight, portable squeeze filtration bottle built for performance and convenience.

Black Gold Sights Introduces the Dual Trac

Built on the Pro Sight platform, the Black Gold Dual Trac is a single-pin sight focused on brightness, durability, and ease of adjustment.

Small Shot, Big Performance: No. 8½ Shot Explained

The downrange performance of No. 8½ lead shot belies its diminutive size. If you’re an upland hunter and aren’t using it, you’re missing out.

Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl Shotgun Available in TrueTimber Camo

Two new Mossberg 940 Pro semi-automatic shotgun models are available in TrueTimber camo.

Should You Buy a Muzzleloader?

Every year, thousands of hunters purchase their first muzzleloading guns, many of whom have never shot one before. Assuming you might be one of these thousands, or know someone who is, here are few invaluable tips for finding your first.

An Ode to the 7.62x39mm (M43) Soviet

By today’s standards, the external ballistics of the 7.62x39mm Soviet are insipid. And yet, the cartridge remains an excellent choice for hunting common big-game species at practical ranges.

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