Pigs in Paradise
Hawaii is a sportsman’s paradise with its free-ranging exotics, gamebirds, plentiful wild pigs and perfect weather.
CVA Introduces New Accura MR Nitride Muzzleloader
CVA has introduced a premium version of its Accura MR rifle with the new Accura MR Nitride.
Mule Deer Hunting Is Chess
Start with the board, consider the pieces, and then you’ll see the moves to make on Western bucks.
Boone & Crockett Black Bears North of the Border
When most hunters think of Saskatchewan, visions of big-bodied, heavy-racked whitetails go prancing through their heads. While the No. 1 typical whitetail of all time, the 213 5/8-inch Milo Hanson buck, indeed hails from Saskatchewan, this province to the north of Montana and North Dakota more than holds its own when it comes to producing record-book-quality black bears.
Photos: Chasing Velvet Bucks in Kansas
Our Web Managing Editor, Shawn Skipper, recently joined Federal Premium for an early-season muzzleloader hunt in Kansas. Get a closer look at the trip with this gallery.
Video: CVA Accura Plains Rifle
For 2017, CVA has rolled out its new Accura PR (Plains Rifle). With a Nitride-treated 416 grade stainless steel barrel, the Plains Rifle is designed to deliver a high level of long-range performance without sacrificing balance and maneuverability.
Video: CVA Hunter .20-Gauge Slug Shotgun
For 2017, CVA has rolled out its new Hunter slug shotgun. The new slug gun joins CVA’s existing Hunter line of single-shot, break-action centerfires.
Photos: Blackpowder Cape Buffalo in Mozambique
Editorial Director John Zent recently had the opportunity to join CVA Muzzleloaders in Mozambique to hunt one of the Dark Continent's most dangerous residents—the Cape buffalo—with a blackpowder rifle. You can get an inside look at his trip with this gallery.
Big Smoke Buffalo
We were on a mission to hunt the African troublemaker with muzzleloaders. Our mantra: Better get that first shot right.
Gear for Blackpowder Buffalo
What’s it take to hunt Cape buffalo with a muzzleloader? Here’s a look at what Editorial Director John Zent utilized on his recent trip to Mozambique.