Bowhunting is as much of a mental game as it is a physical one. Try these exercises to help you get the best out of your bow and brain.
Consistent shot placement is all about precise repetition. While one anchor point is good, two are better.
The term “ballistic coefficient” is mentioned a lot these days, but its true influence is often marred by falsehoods. Here are five of the most common BC fallacies and the truths about each.
New bullets and loads can increase accuracy and minimize pelt damage. The best varmint ammo depends on your needs. Here’s a guide to help you find a match.
There’s a lot that goes into enticing a whitetail’s nose during the madness of the rut. Here’s how to master the use of scent to get a shot when the heat is on.
Hunters have long been at war with their own odor. With technology marching forever forward, modern hunters enjoy scent-control technologies Fred Bear’s generation couldn’t have fathomed.
Arrow specifications can be complicated and sometimes downright confusing. We break down the numbers and terms so you can choose the arrow that best suits your hunting needs.
Anchoring a longbeard with an arrow requires the right shot and the right broadhead. Here are some “tips,” literally, that get the job done.