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Hardcore Hunting: 5 Tips for Keeping Your Rifle Functioning

Temperature, snow, dust, ice and mud can all adversely affect rifles. Here are five tips...

Best Shooting Rests for Hunters

Whether trying to hold your turkey shotgun steady for those interminable moments as a tom...

The Bergara and the Ibex Ram

Traveling abroad can be a daunting experience. Add in the complexities of traveling for a...

Theodore Roosevelt and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

Theodore Roosevelt, our 26th president, was perhaps the most forward-thinking hunter-conservationist in our nation’s history....

5 Reasons to Learn How to Reload Ammunition

Here are five reasons why it’s worthwhile to start acquiring the knowledge and tools needed...

Journal This Year: How to Record Recent Adventures and Plan Upcoming Ones

Keeping a handwritten journal and reading through old field notes is a great way to...

Why Every Hunter Should Own a Rifle in a Common Caliber

Having a rifle chambered in one of the most popular calibers—even if not the coolest...

An Ode to the .375 H&H Magnum

For over a century, the .375 H&H has routinely, consistently and reliably made happy hunters...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 1886

The Model 1886 remains at the top of the heap of excellent lever-action rifles. Whether...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 70

With its immediately recognizable profile, sheer reliability and impeccable reputation, “The Rifleman’s Rifle” has served...

6 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Hunting Rifle

If you strive to have the best rig possible, consider these budget-friendly updates that will...

Review: Heym Model 26B Double Rifle .45-70

The Model 26B over/under double rifle handles well, carries efficiently, is seriously accurate and is...

5 Reasons the .300 Win. Mag. Rules the Roost

Is the .30-06 Springfield not the do-all, be-all and end-all .30? The reality is, anything...

Bolt-Action Rifles: Push-Feed vs. Controlled-Round-Feed

It’s been an argument that has gone on for well over a half-century: Is the...

Scope Magnification: How Much is Too Much?

What is the ideal scope magnification that can cover nearly all hunting scenarios? Is it...

A Hunter’s Guide to Staying Sane During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Here are five things hunters can do to avoid cabin fever during the coronavirus pandemic.

‘Straight-Shooting’ Advice

Iowa and other states are opening shotgun-only deer seasons to straight-walled cartridges like the .45-70...

Is Walnut Dead? Synthetic vs. Wood Stocks

A well-sealed walnut stock will stand up to most hunting conditions, though a wood stock...

Rifles for the Traveling Hunter

Many different rifles can be made to work in a pinch, but if you’re planning...

Change the Rules for Coyotes

By this time of year, coyotes have seen it all and heard it all. The...
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