First Look: Mammoth Coolers' Pathfinder 30
Lightweight yet durable, Mammoth’s Pathfinder 30 is built for outdoor adventure.
Fire Amid Ice
A new muzzleloading fire-control system from Traditions Firearms and Federal Premium creates its own sort of afterglow amid deer season on an icy Oklahoma landscape.
Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2020: Best Deals on Hunting Gear
On Friday, the stores will be jam-packed with folks looking for the best deals they can find on Christmas gifts, while Monday will see a similar flurry of activity from behind computer screens. We here at American Hunter figured we’d lend a helping hand, with the sportsman’s guide to Black Friday, and Cyber Monday gift-buying.
Tips and Tactics for DIY Hunting and Fishing in Hawaii
Hawaii is a relatively unknown sportsman’s paradise. Truth be known, there is more hunting opportunity to be found along the jungles and cliffs of the islands than in most of the mainland states.
First Look: Irish Setter IceTrek Boots
As the days shorten and the rut begins to wrap up, a few hardcore hunters will resist the urge to hang up their gear for the year, and hunt into the late season.
Know-How: Eat the Ice for Late-Season Birds
The inevitable frozen honey hole is the bane of waterfowl hunters come late season. Use this tool to fend off the deep freeze.
Rule Change Snags Traveling American Hunters
U.S. State Department implements new rule for exporting personal firearms in 2012 but only now begins enforcing it.
NRA EVP Wayne LaPierre Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge
Wayne LaPierre accepted the ice bucket challenge and has now passed the challenge along to Karl Malone, NASCAR driver Austin Dillon and Lt. Col. Oliver North.
Is Ice Water Deadly For Dogs?
You may have seen the email chain that went viral recently, warning dog owners that ice water—or even very cold water—is deadly to dogs when ingested. Is it true? The BullShooters had no choice but to investigate.
Could Suburban America Actually Appreciate Hunting?
We all know hunting isn't always viewed favorably across America, especially in urban and suburban regions where our pastime may be considered anachronistic by some, and perhaps merely a necessary evil by others.