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6 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Hunting Rifle

If you strive to have the best rig possible, consider these budget-friendly updates that will drastically improve your rifle’s performance and make you a happier hunter.

Lever-Gun 101

A quick-handling lever-action excels in situations where seconds count, but like any rifle is only as good as the hunter who’s carrying it.

Double Time

Zimbabwe’s Sengwa River may have dried up, but a Cape buffalo hunt along its banks provides meat to quell rumors that the game populations of the Chirisa Safari Area have dried up along with it.

Crimson Trace Debuts Five Innovative Red Dot Sights

Here’s why the company is about to turn heads in the collective hunting and shooting sports communities.

A Ram While the Day is Young

All sheep hunts have their ups and downs. A hunter in his 60s feels every one of them in the Brooks Range.

7 Tips for Hunting Dangerous Game

Follow these tips to prevent your dream hunt from turning into a nightmare.

Gear for Blackpowder Buffalo

What’s it take to hunt Cape buffalo with a muzzleloader? Here’s a look at what Editorial Director John Zent utilized on his recent trip to Mozambique.

Guns and Gear for an Australian Buffalo Hunt

Are you ready to hunt buffalo in Australia? Here’s the gear you’ll need.

Cultures Collide on a Buffalo Hunt Down Under

While Africa’s Cape buffalo may be more infamous, the wide-horned bulls of Australia’s Arnhem Land are no less of a force to me reckoned with. Realizing that is simple, especially when the locals—and history—provide the lesson.

Why Every Hunter is a Trophy Hunter

Every one of us is a trophy hunter, though we look for more than horns and hides. We all collect moments, memories of a hunt, to cherish.

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