OK, show of hands: Of those of you who strap on a gun everyday—or even many days—how many of you do a press check every time before heading out the door?
Recently Dave Campbell blogged about whether the .223 Rem./5.56 NATO cartridge is an adequate deer round. The response he received demanded a follow-up.
Spending four days with a veritable walking encyclopedia will teach you a few things. Dave Campbell explains.
Every hunter should know exactly where the point of impact is at 25 yards after he has sighted in his rifle. Need a first-hand account as to why? Let Dave Campbell explain.
Every year some unaware hunters—both human and canine—keel over from heat prostration. Many of them die. It isn’t necessary. Dave Campbell explains how to keep your favorite hunting buddy safe this season.
The question of the day: Is the .223 Remington/5.56 NATO cartridge an adequate deer cartridge?
For some two or three years finding .22 Long Rifle (LR) ammunition has been quite a challenge. In order to determine why, Dave Campbell takes a look at the cartridge's history.
Wyoming-based Big Horn Armory has announced its new Model 90, a lever-action rifle chambered in .460 S&W Mag.
It's good to reconnect with old friends, especially when they're Smith & Wesson Model 27's.
Of all the sub-chores in the cleaning process, removing bullet-metal fouling is the most tedious and ornery.