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Hunters, Hear This: New Solutions for Hearing Enhancement and Protection

A lifetime of shooting takes its toll. Here’s how to reconnect to the rest of...

Field to Table: How to Care for Game Meat

When you eat what you kill, it’s your job to ensure your prime cuts stay...

Top 5 Handgun Hunting Cartridges

While there are many handgun hunting cartridges to choose from, these practical all-around choices rise...

Hunting in Graham Hill's Tracks

An able-bodied outdoorsman wheels a mile in the shoes of a disabled hunter to gain...

An Ode to the .30-30 Winchester

The .30-30 Winchester remains a top-seller, and new rifles are continually produced for the veteran...

Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

Follow these guidelines on how to cool, cut, age, prep and cook game meat, and...

Review: Trijicon AccuPower 1-8x28

Trijicon’s AccuPower 1-8x28 riflescope delivers edge-to-edge clarity, and bright, sharp images, and the AccuPower’s new...

Review: SIG Sauer Romeo4S

SIG Sauer’s new Romeo4S red-dot optic is fast, accurate, reliable and packed with numerous common...

Upland East Tactics for 2017

Surprising upland opportunities abound in the East. But the wisdom to find them is fading...

Therapy for the Aging Hunter

Hunting is a way of life, no matter your age.

Warm-Weather Deer Gear

The recipe for hunting in the cold is pretty simple: put more clothes on. Hot...

Deer Camp USA: Catskills Camp

Larry Koller wrote the legendary book Shots at Whitetails in 1948, drawing on hunts at...

Best New Upland Loads

The ammunition industry has fed the market with some fantastic upland loads that continue to...

Hardware: Bushnell Elite 3500

All in all, a pragmatic hunter should find the Elite 3500 more than good enough...

Run-and-Gun Coons

A good raccoon hunt doesn't just take place at night. The truth is, high noon...

Alberta Whitetails & Friends

Unlike many Midwest whitetail hunters, Field Editor Ron Spomer was not surprised to see "America's"...

The ‘Crimes’ of TJ’s Father

Old-timers tell great stories about their first deer. But what if the story of your...

Aging Game Meat

Don't age deer meat at a temperature higher than 37 degrees Fahrenheit.

Determining Deer Age

With an understanding of how molars wear from year to year and some practice, hunters...

Hunting Season, Brought to Table

A simple, elegant and approachable way to cook your game meats brought to you by...
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