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Tips for the Traveling Hunter

Canada, Alaska, the Rockies, Africa, Europe and Australia—there is an entire world out there to be explored and hunted. Doing so is not as easy as hunting in your home state; it requires an extra measure of research and planning.

Tips for Traveling with Firearms

Going on the road with your favorite hunting rifle? You need to be ready. Here are a few tips for traveling with your firearms.

Tips for Traveling to Hunt in the COVID-19 Era

If you enjoy traveling to distant locations to hunt—either in the U.S. or across the globe—you’ve likely been impacted by COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few tips to make your upcoming trips go as smoothly as possible.

Travails of the Traveling Hunter

Make your life easier by knowing the rules for traveling with a firearm.

Essential Gear for the Traveling Hunter

Traveling the world will certainly take you out of your comfort zone, but accumulating a set of tools and necessary gear will make your dream hunt much more comfortable.

Bird Dog Road Trips

Your destination hunting adventure includes your gundog. A doggy road trip can be quite intimidating indeed. So what should you do? You’ll both have a great hunt if you use this advice to plan ahead.

When Crossing the Border, Beware the ‘Lost’ Bullet

Each year, hundreds of American citizens are arrested at border crossings with Mexico and Canada. Their crime? Crossing into Mexican or Canadian territory in possession of a firearm or ammunition that’s not registered according to those countries’ laws.

Rifles for the Traveling Hunter

Many different rifles can be made to work in a pinch, but if you’re planning to do some serious traveling, keep these tips in mind while making your choice, and you’ll have a lifetime of successful hunts.

Taking Your Gun to Canada

Many hunters view Canada's vast landscape as something of a paradise. But you can't hunt the Great White North without a firearm or two in tow. Crossing the border with your favorite rifle or shotgun is very doable, but it's going to take a little paperwork. Here's what you need to do.

Victory for Hunters: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Drops New Regulations

Rejoice! The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition.

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