Hardware: Franchi Instinct LX
Franchi understands the American hunter, and its new Instinct LX shotgun proves it. It’s good-looking, balances well, handles and functions perfectly, and is affordable.
How to Make a Hunter
Lessons the author learned while introducing friends and family to our pastime can be brought to bear by other hunters who seek to add to our fold.
Mystery Ranch Unveils Two New Women’s Packs
Mystery Ranch’s new women’s hunting packs are designed for the avid female hunter seeking proper fit, quality and durability.
American Hunter's 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for Her
Behind on your Christmas shopping? Here's a few last-minute gift ideas for the lady hunter in your life.
Tested Head to Toe: Sitka Gear for Women
From rugged hill country to 13,000-foot mountain peaks, Sitka’s new-for-2017 women’s hunting collection delivers.
Hardware: Weatherby Vanguard Camilla
Whether you’re a woman in the market for a hunting rifle or a guy looking to purchase one for a special female hunter in your life, Weatherby’s thoughtful design and classy aesthetics make the Vanguard Camilla an excellent choice.
Video: Weatherby Camilla Vanguard
Last summer, Weatherby's "Women of Weatherby" initiative launched a "Name Your Rifle" program, offering consumers the opportunity to vote on the name of an otherwise mysterious new firearm. We got more details at SHOT Show 2016 when the company announced its new Camilla Vanguard, a rifle designed for women, by women.
Women of Weatherby, Leupold to Offer Optics Advice
New to hunting optics? Don't worry—Weatherby has you covered. In 2016, The Women of Weatherby and Leupold Optics are teaming up to offer optics advice and recommendations to first-time outdoorswomen and seasoned hunters alike.
Weatherby Launches "Women of Weatherby" Name Your Rifle Sweepstakes
Weatherby, Inc. has announced the launch of its new "Women of Weatherby" Name Your Rifle sweepstakes. The company is looking for a name for its new rifle—which will be offered in limited calibers, and will be the industry's first rifle designed for women, by women—and it's turning to consumers for a little help.