The Bison Hunter from New York
Theodore Roosevelt is arguably the most recognized outdoorsman to lead the United States, but he wasn’t always a hunter. Come along on a New Yorker’s first Western hunting venture.
Post-Kill Rituals: Matters of the Heart
Hunting’s post-kill rituals aren’t spontaneous gestures like high-fives or war-whoops, but perhaps that’s where they began.
10 Things You Didn't Know About Remington
Did you know these 10 things about the company that's affectionately called "Big Green?"
10 Things You Didn't Know About Federal Premium
When you've got nearly a century under your belt, some interesting factoids tend to slip between the cracks and get forgotten. After a little detective work—and assistance from the folks in Anoka—we were able to assemble 10 facts that you might not know about Federal Premium Ammunition.
A Buck For A Century
Almost lost after the shot, this giant buck would later vanish for decades–and reappear atop the Boone and Crockett records list! 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of "The Jordan Buck."
The ‘Crimes’ of TJ’s Father
Old-timers tell great stories about their first deer. But what if the story of your first deer is a lie?
The Good Old Days?
When I was young (how I regret that phrase), the old guys used to bore me with stories of how much better the hunting was, how much better the guns were, how much better—and simpler—cars and trucks were or even how much prettier the girls were when they were young. Now that I am among the old guys I am sometimes tempted to wax similarly. But was it really better 20, 30, 40 or even 50 years ago?