SHOOTER, JACK ELLIS WITH MODEL 34 REMINGTON

Mentoring New Hunters: It All Starts with a Gray Squirrel

Contributor Larry Case runs through the benefits of training new hunters on squirrels.

Review: Boyds At-One Adjustable Gunstock

The Boyds At-One stock offers buttstock, comb, grip and forearm adjustments for an overall custom fit, and is constructed of top-grade laminated hardwood to ensure rigidity and stability.

5 Common Turkey Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

Avoid these common turkey hunting mistakes to increase your odds of bagging that old gobbler this spring.

First Look: Remington V3 Turkey Pro

The new V3 Turkey Pro offers several features turkey hunters will appreciate, including an oversized bolt handle, safety and bolt release, enlarged loading port and a TruGlo optic that comes mounted and bore-sighted at 40 yards from the factory.

Turkey Hunting: Where and How to Sit

Before you settle in to work a bird, pay attention to where—and how—you sit. Your location and position can make all the difference in getting a shot.

How to Tune a Box Call

Have an old box call that’s seen better days? Here are some tricks to bring your beard-buster back to life.

An Ode to the Single-Shot Shotgun

What is it about the single-shot shotgun that still appeals to us all?

First Look: CZ-USA Reaper Magnum

Contributor Larry Case takes a closer look at the new Reaper Magnum from CZ-USA.

Bear Defense From the Professionals

Venturing into bear country to hunt, camp or work has its risks. Our man went to the Alaska experts to learn the knowledge and skills that'll keep you alive when bears may charge.

Tips for Hunting Mountain Gobblers

As difficult as mountain turkeys are to hunt, they’re not invulnerable. Follow these tips to increase your odds of success this spring.

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