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Behind the Bullet: .260 Remington

In the hands of a competent rifleman, the .260 Remington is just as effective as...

Gundogs: Gear Up for Spring Training

Bird seasons are months away, but right now is prime time for getting your dog...

4 Safety Tips for Hunting Dogs

Here are a few tips to ensure your four-legged hunting companion stays as safe as...

First Look: Taurus TX22

Taurus introduces its brand-new TX22, a .22 LR semi-automatic handgun designed to provide custom features,...

Blind Buddies: 5 Tips to Improve Your Dog's Blind-Side Manners

Your retriever can be a welcome addition in the duck blind—or a complete nuisance. Here...

Gundogs: Handle First, Hunt Later

The simple truth is too many hunters are too wrapped up in the fun of...

Forget the Lake: It’s Family Day at the Range

Put down that handheld portal to the digital world. Forget about soccer weekend. Take a...

Kids These Days…

They say the youth of America just aren’t interested in hunting anymore. But they can’t...

What's Your Bird Dog's Best School Subject?

Pheasants Forever asked: "With students heading back to the classroom this week, we’re wondering what’s...

Predators Above the 62nd Parallel

If you can call a coyote or fox in the Lower 48 you can call...

Fabarm Elos B Review

To test Fabarm’s new Elos over/under shotgun Managing Editor Jeff Johnston skipped skeet and took...

Best All ’Round Hunting Dog?

For as long as there have been different breeds of gundog, there have been hunters...

Bird Hunting Etiquette

New to the sport? Don't worry, just follow these 10 etiquette guidelines to avoid committing...

Gundogs: The Trial Champ vs. The Blue-Collar Dog

There are good hunting dogs, and there are trial champions. They all do the job...

Anschütz 1770

The Model 1770 is the first newly designed centerfire rifle from Anschütz in more than...