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Turkey “Reaping” Safety Tips for Every Turkey Hunter

The NRA urges hunters to take extra safety precautions when using this technique.

Tips for Dealing With Ticks

Hunters, hikers and anyone that spends time outdoors are going to be exposed to ticks. It’s just part of the deal when we go outside. The more informed you are about these woodland pests the better you can deal with them and spend more time in the woods.

AH Exclusive: Crossbow Safety Tips

Taking your crossbow to the range or into the field for the first time? Here are a pair of important safety tips to keep in mind.

Know-How: Shooting Sports Safety Gear

Shooting firearms at the range or on the hunt is an enjoyable and safe activity. Guarantee participant well-being with safety gear that fits and works correctly. Would you skydive without a parachute? No, so don’t shoot without proper safety measures.

Beware the Fall

Are you strapped in for deer season?

Positively Grizzly

What to know before hunting North America’s apex predator.

Public-Land Turkeys: 4 Tips for Safety and Success

By adapting tactics to minimize encounters with other hunters, you can enjoy time in the woods and kill gobblers on busy public lands.

Are Shotguns Safer Than Rifles?

This commonly held belief is why some states ban rifles for hunting; But the facts might surprise them.

Hunt Safely on the Water This Winter

The majority of sportsman fatalities on the water are preventable. Follow these steps to avoid becoming another statistic.

25 Things Every Hunter Should Know

Everything from offroad driving to backcountry first-aid—25 skills you just can't do without.

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