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Hunting the Modern Day: Point Creep

What it means and how to cope: a dismal but honest look at the current state of western tag allocations, with ideas for alternate hunting adventures.

Mentoring New Hunters: It All Starts with a Gray Squirrel

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

Hunting Squirrels: Which .22 is for You?

Mike Roux takes his readers through the ins and outs of the most popular modern rimfire ammunition, and how it applies to small-game and squirrel hunting. 

West Virginia to Allow Airgun Hunting for Big Game

The Airgun Sporting Association, the trade organization of the airgun industry, announced that West Virginia will soon be allowing air-rifle hunting for both small and big game.

First Look: Leica Calonox Trinity Riflescope

The Leica Calonox Trinity combines Leica’s experience in imaging and riflescope design with a clip-on thermal addition to give hunters the same image quality when stalking day or night.

TacSol Introduces New X-Ring VR Rifle

Tactical Solutions (TacSol) adds Winter 2021/2022 Edition of X-Ring rifles with GRS Hunter Light Stocks.

#SundayGunday: Rossi Rio Bravo

Get a closer look at the Rossi Rio Bravo, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

HatsanUSA Debuts .50 Caliber Air Rifle

The PileDriver is Hatsan’s first .50-caliber air rifle, and at its inception, the market’s most powerful production PCP rifle.

Know-How: Walk Away to Small-Game Hunting

If competition for big game like whitetails and elk has you questioning the sanity of arising early, just walk away from it … and into the uncomplicated life of hunting small game.

Why Small Game is the Key to Hunter Recruitment

Allowing someone to tag along while you chase squirrels or rabbits may be the simplest, most effective way to recruit new hunters.

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