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Mossberg Chairman Alan Mossberg Passes Away

On Nov. 6, Alan Mossberg, Chairman of O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., passed away at his home in Tierra Verde, Fla., surrounded by close friends and family.

When the NRA Saved the ‘Harrisburg Show’

In 2013, only weeks before the annual “Harrisburg show” was to begin, the event’s producer announced it had banned the sale or display of AR-style rifles. The sporting world was angered, and responded en masse to force a boycott. A year later, the NRA stepped in to rebrand the event the Great American Outdoor Show.

4 New Hunters: Which One Is Joining You?

Every aspiring hunter dreams of a perfect first experience, and every mentor longs to create it. But before the perfect scenario can be created, a mentor needs to understand just exactly what kind of temperament his charge may possess. Here’s a look at four types of hunters: Is one of them your pupil?

First Look: Daisy Christmas Dream Red Ryder

Daisy Outdoor Products announces its new special-edition Christmas Dream Red Ryder, just like the one from the cult classic, "A Christmas Story."

Join the Hunt: Be It Resolved ... This Year, Make a Hunter

We all can count the many blessings afforded by our lifestyle as hunters. Now, before Christmas fades, is the time to recognize that each of us can pass on these gifts to another. This year, give the gift of hunting.

How to Introduce a Kid to Hunting

There's a right way—and a wrong way—to introduce kids to hunting. Here are tips to ensure they enjoy the experience.

Cool Finds at the Great American Outdoor Show, Part 2

Everywhere you turn at the Great American Outdoor Show, something new and interesting awaits. Here are some of our favorite scenes from the 2019 show, but they represent just a fraction of what keeps us going back every year. See you there next February!

8 Reasons to Hunt With Thermal Optics

From keeping coyotes under control to catching poachers in the act, thermal optics may be the most exciting, beneficial new technology to come along in years.

First Light: Hunting is a Cultural Reality Check

Hunting is a way of life. And it’s increasingly being uprooted and replaced with meaningless frivolities that don’t instill the necessary values, skills and experiences that keep our culture grounded in reality.

Just Call Him “Luke”: East Meets West in Montana

When Luke moved to the United States from China to attend MSU in 2012, he had never hunted. When he got to Montana, however, he found a lively and dedicated hunting culture, and it didn’t take him long to join in.

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