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As Ageless As the Plains

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

10 Things You Didn't Know About Winchester Repeating Arms

One of the most prominent early American firearm manufacturers, Winchester Repeating Arms has a footprint...

Double Time

Zimbabwe’s Sengwa River may have dried up, but a Cape buffalo hunt along its banks...

Fringe Benefits

The best memory of a hunt may lie in the finest details carried back home.

An Ode to the .30-30 Winchester

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

#SundayGunday: Winchester Model 94 Sporter

Get a closer look at the Winchester Model 94 Sporter, the latest addition to our...

Head to Head: 7x57mm Mauser vs. 7mm-08 Remington

Between the 7x57mm Mauser and the 7mm-08 Remington, which is the more useful cartridge for...

Pronghorn Vacation: Turn the Last Trip of Summer Into the First Hunt of Your Season

An August pronghorn archery hunt provides quality time with a youngster—and a chance to tune...

How to Choose the Right Hunting Tent

Here’s a few things to consider before settling on a tent built for the hunt.

Head to Head: .30-30 Winchester vs. .35 Remington

Between the .30-30 Win. and the .35 Rem., which is the more useful cartridge for...

Head to Head: .308 Winchester vs. .30-06 Springfield

The .308 Winchester and the .30-06 Springfield are very similar in performance level, and both...

Behind the Bullet: .45-70 Government

The .45-70 Government represents an era of American firearm development that is most certainly romantic...

History: Seeking Better Game

Two hundred fifty years ago, Daniel Boone, the “long-hunting” pioneer who transformed American history, took...

Top 15 Movies for Hunters

Here are 15 films that portray hunters in a good light.

Why .30-30 Winchester Will Never Die

In this modern era of hunting rifles and cartridges, common sense would indicate that a...

First Look: M40-66

The M40 stands as one of this nation’s most iconic rifles. To honor the service...

Why Did the Yankee Travel South in Winter?

Simple pleasures: That’s what deer hunting with friends is all about.

Reviving the Ole’ Fowlers

These shotshells enable your field-proven, vintage shotgun to safely return to waterfowling greatness.

The Numerology of a Hunter

Fine writing embodied in tall tales holds more sway over hunters’ hearts than perhaps any...

Susquehanna: Gateway to the Chesapeake

A bountiful diversity of birds, habitat and public access still spawns legendary tales of waterfowling...
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