Although modern deer bullets are the best we’ve ever had, there are some classics that still get the job done at a fraction of the cost.
Which doe should I shoot? Seems obvious enough. The biggest one, right? Not so fast. It’s more complex than you might think and the answer is liberating.
Hint: It’s not “assault rifle.” Here’s a brief history of the AR-15, today’s Modern Sporting Rifle.
Sometimes on a rifle range you will hear people say, “I’m out of bullets.” Are they really? Here are the four basic parts of a cartridge. Of which, one is a bullet.
“I had time to watch the eastern sky slowly light up, with oranges and reds and yellows, the colors subdued yet vibrant, a kaleidoscope of promise that today would be a good day.” — Bob Robb
Hunting seasons are quickly winding down across the country. Here’s how to fill that late-season tag.
Regardless of your rifle’s age, cost or action type, cleaning it is a must.
How many whitetail deer facts do you have filed away in that hunter’s head of yours? Here’s one: by day five of a deer’s life, they can already outrun man.
If we’re going to share the land, we need to set some ground rules. Here are 10 unwritten hunting rules for public land.
While mule deer get their common name from those big mule-like ears, whitetails get theirs from the completely white underside of their overly-large tail. There are other differences too from facial distinctions to the gait of each animal.
Elk eat trees, shrubs and other plant-based foods. They’re big fans of wild mushrooms and they love the licks. Licks, you say? Plus, any idea how many pounds of food an 800-pound elk eats in a day?
You want to keep your spouse heading afield with you? Here are 10 perfect presents for your best hunting buddy.
When you’re bored spitless during those deerless all-day sits, the mind tends to wander. Where does it go?
Statistics say that one out of every three hunters who use a treestand will fall sometime during their lives. Many will be seriously injured or killed. Don’t be one of them.