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Belted vs. Beltless Magnum Cartridges

What makes a magnum? Does a magnum cartridge need to be belted? What are the...

2021: The State of American Game, Thanks to America’s Hunters

Through the remarkable vision of conservationists including NRA members, Americans today see wildlife thriving from...

An Ode to the .375 H&H Magnum

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

Going Renegauge on Early-Season Ducks

Savage’s new high-performance shotgun earns its wings in the heart of pothole country.

10 Tips for Hunting Public Land Bucks

While the word “public” conjures visions of overcrowded parking lots and sparse game, those of...

Record Number Apply To Hunt Bighorn Sheep

A strong sheep population and record demand have combined to create an increased number of...

Members' Best 2020

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past...

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...

North Dakota Hunter Prevents Mountain Lion Attack

Gary Gorney, of Minot, N.D., was pheasant hunting in the Custer Mine area near Garrison,...

Is Walnut Dead? Synthetic vs. Wood Stocks

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

Modern Society Increasingly Distances Itself from Nature, Hunting

Changing viewpoints regarding the value of wildlife means only one thing for the future of...

How to Become a Waterfowl Scout Master

The more you know and the better you play, the more you score—especially if you...

Illinois Adds Hunter Education to Schools

Illinois schools will soon have the option to provide hunter education as an in-class program...

As Ageless As the Plains

While the golden age of upland hunting may be a distant memory, the traditions born...

The Kingdom of Beasts and Bad Luck

Is the author’s lucky vest strong enough armor to protect him from further misfortune?

Swan With a Dash of Salt

Any way you measure it, the tundra swan is a lot of bird. But it...

The Bison Hunter from New York

Theodore Roosevelt is arguably the most recognized outdoorsman to lead the United States, but he...

Western and Southeastern States Defy Hunting’s ‘National Decline’

While hunting participation at the nationwide level is down, license sales in Western and Southeastern...

Could We Replace Deer Hunting?

Are deer just another game species, or would their disappearance destroy hunting as we know...

Guide to Hunter Mentor Programs

Scouring the internet in search of hunting mentor programs can be a pain, so we’ve...
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