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The Good Old Days?

When I was young (how I regret that phrase), the old guys used to bore me with stories of how much better the hunting was, how much better the guns were, how much better—and simpler—cars and trucks were or even how much prettier the girls were when they were young. Now that I am among the old guys I am sometimes tempted to wax similarly. But was it really better 20, 30, 40 or even 50 years ago?

Why Every Hunter is a Trophy Hunter

Every one of us is a trophy hunter, though we look for more than horns and hides. We all collect moments, memories of a hunt, to cherish.

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.

How We All Ensure the Voice of the American Hunter Is Never Silenced

As we celebrate 150 years of the NRA and reflect on the progress generated by NRA hunter members over the years, let us also acknowledge that our once widely accepted pastime is being pushed to the fringes then commit to recruiting others to “Join the Hunt.”

How to Make Hunting Fun for Kids

If you’re looking to make a hunter out of your young apprentice, realize that comfort can either water or whither a new hunter’s interest. Make sure those early hunts are as enjoyable as possible, and you’ll be begging them to take you along in later years.

Say It Loud: I Hunt and I’m Proud

It’s understandable if hunters everywhere feel defensive about our pastime, even to the point of being bashful. But the author has learned to bury the ignominy and proclaim his love of guns and hunting. After all, the last time anyone checked hunting was a legal activity.

Member’s Hunt: 7.65 Legacy

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Gary Brown of Conklin, Michigan.

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