Learn how to incorporate technology when upgrading your predator-hunting truck.
Smith & Wesson makes an AR for any game animal you’re chasing.
The author visits Lucid Optics’ range in Wyoming to shoot rifles topped with their optics out to 1 mile!
Near the Mexico border herds of free-range aoudad sheep cling to the rocky cliffs and hide among the thorny Texas brush country — the perfect place to test Smith & Wesson’s new M&P 10.
Two brothers embark on a Utah Antelope hunt with a custom-built AR-15 designed to reach out and touch a speed goat.
Not many will get to see EOTech”s one millionth holographic site. Even fewer will bag a coyote with it mounted up.
We all enjoy the glory of a successful solo-predator stand, but tag teaming wary coyotes can mean even more success.
Using hand calls to howl for coyotes is something that everyone should experience. Check out these videos.
It takes planning, practice, and some good old fashioned woodsman skills to sneak that close to a coyote without his awareness.
Let the coyote tell you what its next move is.
Don’t quit just because the conditions aren’t ideal.
A predator vest might be the added accessory to your arsenal that helps put more fur on the ground.
Swing the predator-hunting odds in your favor by carrying a shotgun and a rifle to every stand.
A well-designed, well-placed decoy can give callers an added advantage on stand, drawing your targeted species nearer and keeping them there longer, unaware of your presence.