Hunting Magazines and Shows to Remain Legal
United States v. Stevens resulted in a big win for hunters, trappers and any American who values his freedom of speech.
Beat the Odds on Big-Game Tag Draws
Every hunter can belly up to the table where the stakes are America’s most coveted big-game tags.
Luck of the Tag Draw
Every big-game hunt is a great opportunity, but not every hunt will turn out as you hope, because getting lucky in the draw is just the first hurdle.
Does England Have a Lower Violent Crime Rate?
Whether we like it or not, gun control has re-emerged as a hot button political and social issue in the U.S. A lot of so-called truths are being thrown around by everyone with access to a microphone, but what are the facts?
Weatherby Remembers Chris Kyle
Weatherby will be releasing a very limited-edition rifle in honor of late Navy SEAL sniper Chief Chris Kyle.
Boone and Crockett Club Launches New Conservation Initiative
The Boone and Crockett Club has launched the "Trailblazers in Conservation" initiative.
SCI Sues FWS, Challenges African Elephant Bans
Safari Club International files suit against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Waterfowl Framework
Based on this year's record-breaking duck population survey, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has once again proposed liberal season lengths and bag limits for the 2014-2015 season.
Bringing Birds Back from Mexico—What You Need to Know
For the table or for taxidermy, wingshooters have ample reason to want to bring back birds from hunts in Mexico. Here's a primer on the red-tape involved in doing so.
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.