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Colorado Cat-Hunting Ban Could be on Ballot in November

A recent report from the NRA Hunters Leadership Forum sheds light on a potential cat problem in Colorado; that is, it’s a problem if you’re a hunter who enjoys and wishes to continue chasing mountain lions and bobcats, or you simply agree that wildlife management should continue to be based on science.

What You Need for Road-Trip Hunts

Planning a long-distance drive to your next hunt? Before you depart, it’s best to think not only about what you may need to help you hunt on unfamiliar ground, but what you’ll need to get you there and back.

Review: CZ 600 American

An American-style bolt gun from CZ, this walnut-stocked beauty is sure to appeal to the gamut of hunters on this side of the pond.

Narrowing the Field: .22 LRs for Hunting

Choosing a .22 LR load for varminting, small-game hunting and/or pursuing predators shouldn’t be done haphazardly. Each option is unique. We detail how to find the right one for you.

New CDC Rules to Affect Hunters Traveling to Canada with Dogs

If you’re planning on bringing your dog to Canada this fall to hunt, you’d better be aware of these new rules or you may not be able to bring Fido home when you’re done.

Review: Bergara B-14 Ridge Carbon Wilderness

The B-14 Ridge Carbon Wilderness delivers out-of-the-box precision in a featherlight rifle package for under $1,500.

Review: Colt CBX Tac Hunter

If you’re looking for a lightweight rifle for a stalk or a capable firearm for competition, the Colt CBX Tac Hunter is worth a close look.

Top 5 Affordable North American Big-Game Hunts

We share our top five affordable big-game hunts in North America so you can expand your horizons without breaking the bank—or moving your pillow and blanket to the dog house.

Hunter Detained Overseas for 11 Weeks Returns Home

A hunter detained in the Turks and Caicos over ammunition forgotten in his bag was given a fine and a suspended sentence earlier today, allowing him to finally leave the island.

Firearm Industry Taxes Total $17 Billion Toward Wildlife Conservation Since 1937

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) announced in May that firearm and ammunition manufacturers have handed over more than $17 billion in excise taxes to the Wildlife Restoration Trust Fund since its 1937 inception.

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