A Recipe for Reloading the .45-70 Government
Contributor Barb Melloni takes her readers through the process of reloading the .45-70, and her eventually precise result.
Field Tested: Wilderness Athlete Hydrate and Recover
"Field Tested" may be a bit of a misnomer here, as we've tested this product not only in the field, but in the gym, on the trail and a myriad of other places. And yes, we can already hear the objections from those who disparage any crossover between fitness and our favorite fall traditions ...
Should You Buy a Muzzleloader?
Every year, thousands of hunters purchase their first muzzleloading guns, many of whom have never shot one before. Assuming you might be one of these thousands, or know someone who is, here are few invaluable tips for finding your first.
Hodgdon Announces Closure of Goex Facility
Effective immediately, Hodgdon Powder Company, Inc. has made the decision to cease manufacturing operations at the company’s Camp Minden, Louisiana site while evaluating strategic options for the black powder business.
#SundayGunday: Traditions Deerhunter
Get a closer look at the Traditions Deerhunter, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday video series.
Best of the West Introduces Signature Series Long-Range Muzzleloader
Best of the West (BOTW) has introduced a Signature Series Long-Range Muzzleloader, available in both .45 and .50 caliber. These guns are tested and proven to shoot between .5 and 1 MOA at 550 yards, to ensure a long-range advantage at well beyond this distance.
#SundayGunday: Traditions NitroFire Muzzleloader
This week, we're taking a look at the Traditions NitroFire muzzleloader.
New for 2021: CVA Paramount Pro
American Hunter Digital Associate Editor tests out the new Paramount Pro muzzleloader, from CVA.
Handloading Mashup: Federal Cases and Hornady Bullets for a .30-30 Win.
Do Federal cases, Hornady bullets and Hodgdon powder make the ultimate .30-30 Win. lever-action load? Read on to find out.
A solid understanding of shotshells will make you a better hunter. Here’s a detailed look at each of the five primary components.