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NRA Donates $122,720 to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce a donation of more than $120,000 earlier this month to the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission thanks to the overwhelming use of NRA’s free Online Hunter Education course by Oklahoma residents in 2021.

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.

NRA Free Online Hunter Education Course Raises $150,000 for State Wildlife Agencies

Your National Rifle Association is pleased to announce its free online Hunter Education Course has raised more than $150,000 for state wildlife agencies in matching Pittman-Robertson (P-R) funds.

Oklahoma Teen Tags Potential New State-Record Whitetail

Eighteen-year-old Guner Womack recently killed a buck on family-owned property in Pawnee County that will likely become the new Oklahoma state record.

Familiar Ground

After years away from the game, the author rediscovers the highs and lows of bowhunting. But only a rifle in his hands delivers redemption.

6 Underrated Whitetail States

Think that you know where all the big bucks are? You might be surprised.

Photo Essay: Big Beards in Cow Town

American Hunter Field Editor Jeff Johnston hoped to tag an Oklahoma tom that was befitting of the "Long Beard" name stamped on his shotgun shell of choice. Find out how he fared with this photo essay.

Must-See Video: Anti-Hunting HSUS Pummeled on Oklahoma House Floor

Now here’s a video hunters should see as the Oklahoma legislature calls out Humane Society of the United States for its fundraising deception.

Are Oklahoma and Texas Quail Turning A Corner?

After back-to-back years of ideal weather conditions—namely wet, cool summers—bobwhite quail populations are surging in Texas and Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Hunter Tags 30-Point Drought Buck

Big bucks don’t grow on trees. They grow amid the trees by eating natural forage and, when a hunter does things right and hits a lucky streak, by eating forage planted by man. Just ask Brad Gaddis of Oklahoma.

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