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  • Hunting season suffering from wildfires - KREM.com (subscription)

    HUNTING NEWS - Google News
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:26 am
    Hunting season suffering from wildfiresKREM.com (subscription)One of the thing that hasn't gotten as much attention are the fires effect on hunting season. There are several closures that hunters will have to deal with across Washington and Idaho from the numerous blazes. "This is an unprecedented drought year.and more »
  • Hunting is a family tradition

    Hunting News
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:23 pm
    Antlers from deer hunted by members of the Deering Fish and Game Club are mounted on the side of Peter Beard's garage. Peter Beard holds a pair of antlers he found in the woods.
  • Video: Hunter’s Stag Snatched by Helicopter Marksmen

    OutdoorHub
    OutdoorHub Reporters
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:42 am
    How would you feel if, after stalking a stag for hours in the wilderness, a bunch of market hunters swooped in on their helicopter, shot your stag, and airlifted it out from right under your nose? Yeah, you wouldn't be happy either. The odds of that happening in the United States are pretty low. In New Zealand, however, where market hunting for some game species is legal and is often done from the air, hunters often dread the characteristic sound of helicopter blades. "This is the reality of hunting public land in New Zealand," wrote the video's uploader. "I am not posting this to...Read more…
  • newbie saying hello

    MaineHuntingForums.com
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:16 pm
    ... hi all. I wanted to start off that I've been shooting for many years but have never hunted in my life. I've recently moved to York county and intend to pursue deer in fall 2015 (w/ rifle). That gives me some time to figure out the what and where of southern maine deer hunting. I don't know any hunting mentors in the area. I suppose I'm looking for as much information as I can digest. I hope everyone is managing all the snow... I was up on the roof for a few hours today dealing with it.... newbie saying hello
  • Wired To Hunt Podcast #70: 8 Ways To Royally Screw Up Your Hunting Season

    Wired To Hunt
    Mark Kenyon
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:00 am
    Today on the show, with season openers on the doorstep, we’re reviewing a number of easy ways to royally screw up your hunting season. And spoiler alert, you are NOT supposed to do these things. To listen to the podcast,...
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    HUNTING NEWS - Google News

  • Hunting season suffering from wildfires - KREM.com (subscription)

    4 Sep 2015 | 7:26 am
    Hunting season suffering from wildfiresKREM.com (subscription)One of the thing that hasn't gotten as much attention are the fires effect on hunting season. There are several closures that hunters will have to deal with across Washington and Idaho from the numerous blazes. "This is an unprecedented drought year.and more »
  • Hunting season ready to start at Lost Grove Lake - Quad City Times

    4 Sep 2015 | 3:26 am
    Quad City TimesHunting season ready to start at Lost Grove LakeQuad City TimesShooting hours for the special September teal-only season are sunrise to sunset. The daily limit is six teal, with a possession limit of 18. Hunters need to have a valid migratory game bird stamp and federal duck stamp in addition to their hunting and more »
  • State's sales tax holiday for guns, hunting gear - Meridian Star

    4 Sep 2015 | 2:07 am
    Meridian StarState's sales tax holiday for guns, hunting gearMeridian Star"Hunting is the favorite pastime of so many Mississippians and a major tourism draw for rural areas," Lt. Gov. Reeves said in a news release. "The Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday is a way to make these sports a little less expensive and encourage ...State's sales tax holiday for guns, hunting gear to beginSunHerald.comall 60 news articles »
  • Hunting season opens at Creamer's Field - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    4 Sep 2015 | 1:03 am
    Petoskey News-ReviewHunting season opens at Creamer's FieldFairbanks Daily News-Miner“People are surprised to hear that we do allow hunting,” she said. “This is an OK activity because we are working individually with the hunters. It does not mean the fields are wide open for people to walk through and it certainly doesn't mean dogs can Dove hunting season starts today in Central TexasTemple Daily Telegramall 1,767 news articles »
  • Getting ready for the upcoming hunting season - North Platte Telegraph

    3 Sep 2015 | 9:19 pm
    North Platte TelegraphGetting ready for the upcoming hunting seasonNorth Platte TelegraphDog owners need to be aware that they may do harm to their beloved hunting partners if they are not in top condition too. Walking 3-4 days a week and retrieving dummies will sharpen their skills, work on their obedience and get them into hunting shape.Game and Parks seeking mentors for youth hunting programsOmaha World-Heraldall 5 news articles »
 
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  • Hunting is a family tradition

    3 Sep 2015 | 8:23 pm
    Antlers from deer hunted by members of the Deering Fish and Game Club are mounted on the side of Peter Beard's garage. Peter Beard holds a pair of antlers he found in the woods.
  • Encouraging signs as Alaska's duck-hunting season kicks off before dawn

    3 Sep 2015 | 6:13 pm
    The screech of an alarm clock at 3:45 a.m. would normally make Steve Fickes of Sterling slap the snooze button, but not this Wednesday, the opening day of duck hunting season. By 4 a.m., he was out of the house and by 5 a.m. he and hunting partners Aaron Cooper, Derek Gardner and Ronnie Zack were pulling their Willie Predator boat into a back channel of the Kenai River.
  • Encouraging signs as Alaska's duck-hunting season kicks off

    3 Sep 2015 | 6:13 pm
    The screech of an alarm clock at 3:45 a.m. would normally make Steve Fickes of Sterling slap the snooze button, but not this Wednesday, the opening day of duck hunting season. By 4 a.m., he was out of the house and by 5 a.m. he and hunting partners Aaron Cooper, Derek Gardner and Ronnie Zack were pulling their Willie Predator boat into a back channel of the Kenai River.
  • Inside the Outdoors: Early color, and catalogs, say hunting season is on our doorstep4 min ago

    3 Sep 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Despite the effectiveness of online marketing, the sale of goods through old-fashioned catalog merchandising has not slackened, at least if my mailbox is an indicator.
  • DNR to consider changes to spring turkey hunting season

    3 Sep 2015 | 12:52 pm
    The DNR plans to ask Minnesota turkey hunters how the agency can increase hunter opportunity and satisfaction during the spring turkey season. "These are regional discussion meetings where we're asking citizen participants to help review, evaluate and make recommendations on how DNR can improve the spring turkey season," said Steve Merchant, DNR wildlife populations program manager.
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  • Video: Hunter’s Stag Snatched by Helicopter Marksmen

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:42 am
    How would you feel if, after stalking a stag for hours in the wilderness, a bunch of market hunters swooped in on their helicopter, shot your stag, and airlifted it out from right under your nose? Yeah, you wouldn't be happy either. The odds of that happening in the United States are pretty low. In New Zealand, however, where market hunting for some game species is legal and is often done from the air, hunters often dread the characteristic sound of helicopter blades. "This is the reality of hunting public land in New Zealand," wrote the video's uploader. "I am not posting this to...Read more…
  • M+M Inc. MRL Kit for AK Rifles

    Dave Bahde
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Having used, repaired, and maintained AK rifles for many years, one of the often frustrating aspects about the platform is the lack of consistency in magazine design. Two different magazines' locking tabs are seldom the same length. This can be due to wear or just the manufacturing process. While high-quality magazines are out there, they can be expensive. For some that is fine, but for many the cost-effectiveness of the AK is paramount. With millions of military surplus magazines available at lower costs, you want to use them if possible. For the most mags, you just give them a…
  • Bears Euthanized Following Encounter with Connecticut Hiker

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:04 am
    A young black bear that nibbled the leg of a Connecticut hiker last week was shot dead by wildlife officials on Wednesday, drawing criticism from some who believed the hiker intentionally approached the bears to film them. Stephanie Rivkin posted videos of the bear encounter on her Facebook page, including a video of one bear displaying signs of agitation and coming close enough to nuzzle her leg. The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection stated that the bear, which had been previously tagged, had a history of negative interactions with humans and was euthanized this...Read…
  • Quiz: Can You Correctly Identify These 10 Wildlife Tracks?

    Daniel Xu
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:15 pm
    How many times have you been out in the woods, on the beach, or in the middle of snowy field and found a track that you don't recognize? Animal tracks are the clearest sign that wildlife has been through an area, and is often the easiest way to identify a species without actually seeing it. A skilled tracker can even learn more from a set of prints---such as the animal's behavior, movements, and even where it will ultimately end up. Take your best shot at identifying these animal prints below. Not all the pictures have a size reference, which makes matters a bit harder. See if you…
  • Video: Young Archer Finds Another Place to Store Her Arrows

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Is it a fashion statement, or is it a practical way to store your arrows? As long as you have no broadheads to snag on anything, this is actually a pretty good excuse to leave the quiver at home. A young athlete from Stavanger Bueskyttere, a Norwegian archery team, decided to use her practice arrows as makeshift hairpins while training. As practical as it may be for stand-and-shoot archery, we'll have to admit that this hairdo probably isn't ideal for staying mobile. One strong gust of wind and you may find yourself flying backwards like an unwieldy umbrella. On the bright side, it may...Read…
 
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  • newbie saying hello

    3 Sep 2015 | 1:16 pm
    ... hi all. I wanted to start off that I've been shooting for many years but have never hunted in my life. I've recently moved to York county and intend to pursue deer in fall 2015 (w/ rifle). That gives me some time to figure out the what and where of southern maine deer hunting. I don't know any hunting mentors in the area. I suppose I'm looking for as much information as I can digest. I hope everyone is managing all the snow... I was up on the roof for a few hours today dealing with it.... newbie saying hello
  • Legislation affecting the Moose Hunt

    31 Aug 2015 | 9:43 am
    LD 373 "An Act To Allow a Moose Permit To Be Transferred to a Family Member” was submitted to the Legislature this session. There is good support within the Joint Standing Committee on IF&W and there is a bipartisan cross section of sponsors. A public hearing on LD 373 will be held on March 17 at 1:00. Unfortunately, the bill was drafted with an error which (according to the bill’s sponsor and a member of the committee) will be corrected in the committee work session where other issues... Legislation affecting the Moose Hunt
  • Why don't we hunt ducks like we used to?

    30 Aug 2015 | 12:54 pm
    Any ideas why it is most hunters skip the duck hunt? I used to love it...just can't justify the costs of steel, licences and gas/decoys/and guns. How about you? :camp1:
  • Hunting & Fishing T-Shirts!

    28 Aug 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Love the outdoors? Check out these American-made hunting & fishing shirts. Choose from 8 different designs! Stock up for hunting season & place your order NOW: http://teespring.com/stores/carbon-class
  • Who eats ducks?

    25 Aug 2015 | 8:36 am
    If you eat them.....what is best......Blacks...Teal.....Geese?
 
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  • Preparing the Barrett Fieldcraft for my Big Game Hunt in Africa

    redcircle17
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:40 pm
    COMING SOON Preparing for African Big Game Hunt Cipro, Malarone, Ambien, Oral Typhoid Vaccine DISCLAIMER: PLEASE CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR, OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL BEFORE USING ANY PRODUCT DISCUSSED WITHIN THIS WEBSITE.
  • Range Day 2: Testing Hunting Ammo & Precision Match Ammo @ 300 yards

    redcircle17
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:38 pm
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  • Barrett Fieldcraft: Creating The Perfect Long Range Precision Round (300 winmag)

    redcircle17
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Using an OAL Gauge One of the best kept secrets in accurate reloading is precise bullet seating depth. Regulating seating depth and the resulting “jump” to the rifling is widely regarded as fundamental to improved accuracy. A few thousandths of an inch change between the bullet and the rifling can make the difference between so-so accuracy and real tack-driver performance. Attaching the Magneto Speed Chronograph Measuring muzzle velocity (MV) is crucial for finding and identifying the most accurate load for your rifle, whether you reload or use factory ammo. Also, critical…
  • Range Day 1: First Impressions, Barrel Break-In, & Accuracy Testing with Two Types of 300winmag Ammo

    redcircle17
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:33 pm
    MORE COMING SOON First group of the day. Cold Bore, 150 grain hunting ammo off the shelf, and still right at 1.5 Minute of Angle (100 yards).  Keep in mind, this rifle hasn’t even been broken in yet. This is the 1st time out of the box! Considering this is low grade hunting ammo, this is a VERY impressive group. Right at 1″ @ 100 yards.  I’d say these rounds are only right around the 27-th-30th rounds ever shot through this barrel! I can’t wait to see the results with Match Ammo once the barrel is broken in. Barrett Firearms has created another rifle to be reckoned…
  • The unboxing of the Barrett 98B Fieldcraft

    redcircle17
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:40 am
    “The Barrett Fieldcraft is the Olympic Athlete son of the 98B & MRAD. It combines the best of both rifles in one lean and rugged package.”                                                                                                            -RedCircle17 To say I was a little excited about receiving the 98B Fieldcraft from Barrett would be an understatement to say the least. Besides updating the tracking number on my phone multiple times throughout the day, I often found myself looking for videos and photos of it…
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  • Getting work done to have fun

    huntaddict
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:36 am
    So as I look around on facebook I am seeing a lot of guys taking down big bucks already around the country as some seasons are starting to open up. Here in southern Illinois the season is still not open. We do not open until October 1. What do you do if you are ready for hunting to start? I would say help others get ready if you are ready. I have one more stand to set but can not get to it yet because of some reasons on the land. This does not mean that I can not set a set.   I had a buddy of mine the other day ask me to come and help him out this saturday morning. So because I need to get…
  • Not Rabbit, Not Duck, But Texas Dove Season Opens

    ktvtdeborah
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook |Twitter NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Don’t be surprised if you hear the sound of shotgun fire for the next couple of months. It’s that time of year again — dove season! Last year Texas set a record for the number of doves killed. In all, 1.8 million birds were harvested. But Shaun Oldenburger, the Dove Program Leader for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, believes this year could be even better. “If everything goes well, the hunters are out there and the birds cooperate,” he said. “I think it’s gonna…
  • Bowhunting With Wood Arrows

    rosecityarchery
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:50 am
    As any experienced bowhunter knows, the selection of quality arrows is as important and involved as choosing a bow. Arrows that lack exactness, strength, and accuracy of flight make Bowhunting nearly impossible. And with the dramatic equipment changes of the past decade, you have never before had such a wide selection of materials and equipment to choose from to prepare for the hunting season. Though many things have changed, one arrow material, wood, has remained popular and has proved its effectiveness with both conventional and the latest designed archery equipment. Seasoned bowhunters…
  • Treestand Shooting Tips

    Brian Hollingshead
    30 Aug 2015 | 4:03 pm
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  • Saddle River Considers Turning To Bow Hunters To Cut Deer Population

    rmchatelain
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:30 am
    SADDLE RIVER, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Because of accidents on the roads and concern about tick-borne illnesses, Saddle River is carefully studying the option of bringing in bow hunters to thin the deer population. Other towns are waiting to see what the tiny borough does, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported. It’s not an isolated problem, said Carol Tyler, a senior animal control officer with Tyco. [cbs-audio-player title=”Saddle River Considers Turning To Bow Hunters To Cut Deer Population” artist=”WCBS” download=”false”…
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  • Meet Indie The English Springer Spaniel From Boston

    Craney Hill Kennel
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:36 am
    Indie joined the team over here in Boston back in June 2014. Rich has owned springers and hunted with them since he was a kid, but not me. Indie is my first dog. Before she arrived I didn’t know the difference between a field trial and hunt test, had never heard the word “hup!” and the only bright orange thing I owned was a flashy pair of running sneakers.  Over the winter Indie traded city life for county livin’, spending a few months at Craney Hill for foundational training. Near the end of her stay Todd and Christina invited us to  visit and see how she’s…
  • NO, YOU CANNOT HAVE ME TRAIN YOU DOG IN AUGUST!

    Craney Hill Kennel
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:02 am
    Training Is Built One Brick At A Time  NO, YOU CANNOT HAVE ME TRAIN YOUR DOG IN AUGUST! For all of you that have been reading (at least) some of my articles, I apologize to you.  This article is about nothing more than me venting over an issue that quick-fix dog training books and writers try to sell to the less educated. For the rest of you, and everyone that has been calling for me to train your dog for the month, I do not apologize and I will AGAIN explain how your lack of knowledge is impeding your dog. Tell me what you think about the following statements. “Hello Ms. Jordan. This is…
  • Sarah & Rich Come To Georgia

    Craney Hill Kennel
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:55 am
    September 3, 2015 Today’s Craney Hill News We had a fun week with Sarah & Rich from Boston. Rich was in Atlanta for business and wanted to stop by Craney Hill Kennel for a visit. There was no way that Sarah was going to be left behind on this trip…are you kidding? There are dogs and puppies to be spoiled. Sarah was on go the minute she arrived at the farm. They both felt a little guilty as they had to leave their English Springer Spaniel Indie back at home in Boston. However, we did hear that she was in great hands and was having a grand ole time with the other dogs in her…
  • Introduction To The Gun

    Craney Hill Kennel
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:45 am
    INTRODUCTION TO THE GUN There are many ways that people introduce their dog to the gun. Many people will bang pots and pans while feeding. Others will fire a gun while feeding and still others will take the dog to a gun range. WHILE I AGREE THAT THIS SOMETIMES WORKS, I DO NOT THINK IT IS THE BEST WAY TO INTRODUCE THE GUN. Dogs are predisposed to a fear of loud noises. It is a genetic survival trait that every dog has in them, although, it will manifest itself in only some dogs. I do not know which dogs will develop the fear so I need to insure that it does not happen to our dogs. A fear of…
  • Setting Goals

    Craney Hill Kennel
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:55 am
    Practice For Your Dog  Setting Goals Now I know that everyone says this and we are bombarded with setting goals at work, at home, financially, physically and more. However, this should be fun because it involves dogs, guns and hunting! Think back to last season and I am sure you will recall items you vowed to improve on for this season. If not, then I may be alone and you can disregard this article. If you are like me, then you fell short for a multitude of reasons and your season was filled with situations that you wish you were better prepared for. Well, now is the time to start planning…
 
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  • Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt

    Cory Glauner
    20 Aug 2015 | 3:16 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt Marc Warnke, a good friend of mine here in Boise with Outdoors International suggested this Alaska dall sheep hunt to me a couple of years ago. [Read more...] Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt GotHunts.com
  • Podcast Episode #22 – Shad Wheeler from Wild West Hunts

    Cory Glauner
    18 Aug 2015 | 11:32 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Get help drawing that hard-to-get tag, as well as access to discount and canceled hunts! In this podcast Marc interviews Shad Wheeler, owner and founder of Wild West Hunts. A full service tag draw assistance company and discounted hunt club membership with access to GotHunts.com’s full hunt inventory and consulting services. Shad is an expert […] Podcast Episode #22 – Shad Wheeler from Wild West Hunts GotHunts.com
  • Mike Ellig Loves Variety When It Comes to Bowhunting

    Marc Warnke
    4 Aug 2015 | 6:36 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Mike Ellig, owner of Black Gold Sights gets to do a lot of hunting, and Marc wondered what his favorite critter was. Well, here’s an except from his podcast telling us exactly what he loves to hunt most…. and we’re not surprised by his answer. “[…] I think it’s important that we acknowledge as bow […] Mike Ellig Loves Variety When It Comes to Bowhunting GotHunts.com
  • GEAR REVIEW: KODA Adventure Gear

    Marc Warnke
    24 Jul 2015 | 2:05 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants KODA Adventure Gear is an outdoor gear company that has designed gear for everybody from a seven year old to a seventy year old, so you have the ability to grow up with it. Get your kids started out RIGHT! To do that you need good, high-tech gear. If we want our children to be […] GEAR REVIEW: KODA Adventure Gear GotHunts.com
  • Podcast Episode #21 – Hunting in Europe with Mat Cervantes

    Cory Glauner
    23 Jul 2015 | 10:03 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Join Marc Warnke and his guest Mat Cervantes (European Hunting Specialist) as they speak about the in’s and out’s of hunting in Europe. Marc an Mat go in depth about hunting (stalking) red deer on their native Europe for wild stags. They also speak about hunting in Europe for the other species available like fallow […] Podcast Episode #21 – Hunting in Europe with Mat Cervantes GotHunts.com
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  • New Modular Tactical Rifle from Bergara

    Editor
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:02 am
    Bergara USA offers a new metal-chassis rifle for tactical shooters, such as PRS competitors. Dubbed the Bergara Premier Series Tactical Rifle (aka BPR-17), this new rig features an XLR chassis, and is chambered in .308 Win or 6.5 Creedmoor. With a $2,200.00 MSRP, Bergara’s new rig costs less than a full custom, but it is WAY more expensive than the new Ruger Precision Rifle which sells for $1000-$1100 at most dealers. For Bergara, this may be a case of “too little, too late” — at least when compared to the new Ruger rifle. The Bergara Premier Tactical is built with…
  • How to Operate Kestrel 4500 NV Shooters Weather Meter

    Editor
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:27 am
    The Kestrel weather meter is an invaluable tool for shooters. While the standard model Kestrels can record wind and atmospheric conditions, the advanced Kestrel 4500 Shooter’s Weather Meter with Applied Ballistics incorporates a built-in ballistics program developed by Bryan Litz of Applied Ballistics. This is a very powerful tool, but it can be a bit complicated to program at first. In this detailed 22-minute video, John McQuay of 8541 Tactical shows how to input firearm specs, MV, and BC into a Kestrel 4500 NV (Applied Ballistics model). This handy unit combines a Kestrel Weather…
  • Inside Look — Cutaway Weaver Scope Reveals Complex Internals

    Editor
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:08 am
    Based on its external appearance, a modern riflescope may seem simple. It’s just a tube with two or three knobs on the outside right? Well, looks can be deceiving. Modern variable focal-length optics are complex systems with lots of internal parts. Modern scopes, even ‘budget’ optics, use multiple lens elements to allow variable magnification levels and parallax adjustment. We had a chance to look inside a riflescope thanks to a product display from ATK, parent of Alliant Powder, CCI, Federal, RCBS, Speer, Weaver Optics. ATK sliced open a Weaver Super Slam scope so you can…
  • Digital Microscope Has Many Uses for Reloaders and Gunsmiths

    Editor
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:04 am
    Old eyes not up to the task of inspecting your brass and bullets anymore? Need a magnified view so you can check bullet meplats and polymer tips for defects? Wand to very carefully inspect a reamer before you run it into an expensive new barrel blank? Well then you can use this very handy gadget — a high-resolution microscope that can be plugged into a laptop or tablet computer. It costs only $35.00 — about the same as a box of match bullets. The Plugable Digital Microscope is Amazon’s #1 Best Seller among digital microscopes. This $35.00 unit offers 10X to 250X…
  • IMR 4007 SSC Smokeless Powder Safety Warning and Recall

    Editor
    2 Sep 2015 | 11:36 am
    Hodgdon Powder Company, distributor of IMR powders, issued the following PRODUCT SAFETY WARNING AND RECALL NOTICE for six (6) lots of IMR 4007 SSC powder on September 2, 2015: IMR Legendary Powders is officially announcing a product safety warning and recall notice for IMR 4007SSC on the six lot numbers listed below. Affected 4007 SSC Lots: 10130139, 10131139, 10429139, 10430139, 80425139, 80426139 IMR has received reports that this particular powder in 1-lb and 8-lb containers may have become unstable due to possible rapid deterioration. Use of this product from these lot numbers may result…
 
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  • New Tactical Pant Alert: 5.11 Apex

    Lauren Malm
    20 Aug 2015 | 11:27 am
    Not only did 5.11 manufacture the very first pair of tactical pants, it also makes some of the most recognizable tactical pants in the industry. The brand set out to reach all-new heights once again with its latest design, the 5.11 Apex Pants. The trousers are currently available in black, khaki, battle brown, TDU green and dark navy. Two more colors, storm and tundra, will be available come January 2016. We broke down the key components of the style so you know exactly what you’re in for with the Apex. Pockets What sets the Apex apart from other pants in the tactical market is that it’s…
  • Coyote Brown Boots: Order Now at TacticalGear.com

    Lauren Malm
    10 Jul 2015 | 8:07 am
    Earlier this year, the Army unveiled a new camouflage pattern, OCP, and along with it, a brand-new boot color. Gone are the desert tan boots, which are replaced instead by dark, sleek, stain-hiding coyote brown boots designed for more effective concealment. TacticalGear.com has an exclusive early release on some of these new boots. With AR 670-1 compliant styles from standout brands like NIKE, Propper, Reebok and more, these are the boots that will be dominating the battlefield. Check out a few of our favorites. Reebok Hyper Velocity We have an exclusive early release on this ultra-light…
  • What’s Propper B.Y.O.B.?

    Lauren Malm
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:01 am
      We’re proud to partner with Propper to bring you the B.Y.O.B. program. So what is it exactly? No, we’re not giving away free booze (although that’s not a bad idea). B.Y.O.B. stands for Build Your Own Bag, and with this program, you can get any Propper bag accessory 20% off on our site when you buy select Propper bags. Step One: Pick your shell From sling bags to rifle cases, there’s a bag for every role in Propper’s new bag collection. Check out all the eligible bags here: http://tacticalgear.com/propper-byob Step Two: Customize your kit Completely customize the kit by adding…
  • Bates’ Newest Release

    Lauren Malm
    22 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
      A day on duty is often unpredictable, but Bates’ newest release is equipped to handle it all. Allow us to introduce you to the brand’s biggest launch of the year, the fiercely aggressive Bates Strike boot. This style is the first to feature the Bates Endurance Performance System, a two-piece insole made up of dual-density EVA and open-cell memory foam. This combination footbed reduces overall fatigue in the foot, leg and joints so you can wear it all day comfortably.   The intimidating honeycomb upper isn’t just for show—the TPU mesh allows hot air to escape, keeping feet…
  • Introducing Condor Elite

    Lauren Malm
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    As its name suggests, Condor Elite gear was designed to be elite, for our country’s elite. This premium line of tactical gear was first announced by its parent brand Condor at SHOT Show 2015, and the highly anticipated line just hit our site. The initial launch includes five bag styles and two different tactical flashlight models, all made in the USA with American-made materials. What sets it apart from other Condor gear, and other gear in general, is that this branch takes expensive, high-quality materials and brings them to market at an unbeatable price. While the tactical lights in this…
 
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  • DDH Hot Picks: Top 12 Deer Gear Labor Day Specials

    Alan Clemons
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:18 am
    If your state’s deer seasons haven’t opened yet then it’s a good bet that you’re getting fired up for the chance to get into the woods, climb a tree, sit in a blind, find a stump or rock overlooking a draw or releasing the hounds for an ol’ fashioned dog hunt. Anticipation and pre-season prep work is just that — work — but it’s also one of the fun things we enjoy about hunting. Labor Day weekend gets the season going in some states — Kentucky opened Sept. 5, so we expect to see some bruisers this week! — but for other states, it’s a chance for…
  • You Can’t Grill It ’til You Kill It!

    Ted Nugent
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:00 am
    As I jettison ferociously into the soul cleansing, spirit intoxicating month of September with fresh Rocky Mountain elk blood on my Buck knife and hands, please excuse me while I attempt to control my over-active emotion glands! By Ted Nugent Lord have mercy! Son and best hunting buddy Toby and I just returned from the ultimate elk hunt in Colorado with the Primos BloodBrothers, being blessed with the gift from The Great Spirit of a ginormous Hill Ranch wapiti monster! I look to the heavens and am compelled to share, celebrate and promote the truth about hunting far, far beyond the choir. Ted…
  • Dawn of American Deer Hunting: A Photographic Odyssey

    Alan Clemons
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Modern deer hunters can travel back in time to discover their roots in Dawn of American Deer Hunting – A Photographic Odyssey of Whitetail Hunting History. This new book from Krause Publications, publisher of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, tells of white-tailed deer hunting’s incredibly rich heritage in America, and how it has played a vital role in the survival and expansion of this great nation. The book is available now at www.shopdeerhunting.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other major and specialty retailers. Noted hunting author Duncan Dobie has included an outstanding…
  • Deer Drops Dead From a Shot Where?

    Alan Clemons
    2 Sep 2015 | 9:34 am
    DDH Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt with his free range 11-point Florida buck that scored 137 1/8. If you bowhunt long enough, you’re bound to experience some really interesting reactions by deer. Such was the case with this Florida buck I shot last month. After watching this buck’s reaction, one would think it was hit in the spine or, better yet, the brachial plexus (high shoulder). As you can see from the still frames, neither was the case. This deer was center-punched through the heart. The NAP KillZone broadhead, propelled by an Easton FMJ, buried in the the opposite side of the deer (we…
  • Dan Schmidt’s Pick of the Day: Whitetails 2016 Desktop Calendar

    Alan Clemons
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:49 am
    Discover intriguing facts about and enjoy high-quality photos of white-tailed deer with the Whitetails 2016 Daily Calendar from Deer & Deer Hunting and available now in shopdeerhunting.com Click to get your calendars today! “These desktop calendars are pretty cool because you can learn something new each day about deer traits, behavior and even new whitetail trivia,” said Dan Schmidt, content director and editor-in-chief for Deer & Deer Hunting. “This is great for any hunter or enthusiast seeking compelling information and captivating images of your No. 1 deer…
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  • New to walking and want to get fit? Well, make sure you wear the right gear!

    Bethan
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:50 pm
    Whether you’ve decided to take up walking to get yourself out of the house, perhaps shed a few extra pounds or to simply make the most of the countryside, there’s no doubt that what you wear will help to enhance... Continue Reading → The post New to walking and want to get fit? Well, make sure you wear the right gear! appeared first on .
  • Outdoor health – Just how effective is your time spent outdoors?

    Bethan
    13 Aug 2015 | 9:13 am
    The seasons of Spring, Summer and Autumn (and even those calm, crisp winter days) offer many opportunities to get out and about in the Countryside. Indeed we will have a chance to take in some fresh air, get some health... Continue Reading → The post Outdoor health – Just how effective is your time spent outdoors? appeared first on .
  • A hat for every occasion (well almost!)

    Bethan
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:54 am
    Most people have a hat hidden away somewhere in a wardrobe or cupboard, whether it be a warm woolly hat, a baseball cap, a sun hat or perhaps a straw hat!  Anyway, chances are that you have a hat or cap... Continue Reading → The post A hat for every occasion (well almost!) appeared first on .
  • 5 top tips to ensure your kids enjoy their hiking!

    Bethan
    18 Jul 2015 | 10:42 am
    Below are 5 top tips to help ensure your kids enjoy their hiking: get them involved in the planning of the hike keep them focused and interested throughout the hike set the walking pace at the kids pace ensure everyone... Continue Reading → The post 5 top tips to ensure your kids enjoy their hiking! appeared first on .
  • Summer dog walking along the beach!

    Bethan
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:50 am
    Do you have summer dog walking plans? Perhaps enjoying a part of the coastal path or enjoying a national trail forest walk?  Whatever your plans might be, it’s important to make sure you’re wearing the right clothing and footwear so... Continue Reading → The post Summer dog walking along the beach! appeared first on .
 
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  • The Best Places For Deer Hunting In Southeast Idaho This Fall

    Mark Griffin
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:19 am
    Last year’s deer hunting season was one for the record books, and wildlife managers believe this year could be even better. According to Idaho Fish and Game, hunters successfully harvested 61,200 deer across the state last year, the most since 1992 and a 25 percent increase over 2013’s numbers. Wildlife biologists contribute the recent deer bonanza to the warm winters the state has experienced. Cold and snowy winters can wreck havoc on deer populations, particularly with young fawns. Fish and Game counted 7,416 deer last winter in the rugged Unit 76, which borders Wyoming to the east and…
  • Deer Hunters Can Win Chance To Hunt Platte River Valley

    Mark Griffin
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:12 am
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska deer hunters can enter a lottery to win the chance to hunt in the Central Platte River Valley this fall. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission plans to allow 46 people to hunt deer on Platter River Recreation Access lands Nov. 16-22. Hunters are required to obtain the appropriate deer permit and habitat stamp if they win the lottery. For More Updates: http://www.starherald.com/news/regional_statewide/deer-hunters-can-win-chance-to-hunt-platte-river-valley/article_92b6766c-4e67-11e5-829f-a35a6722d138.html The post Deer Hunters Can Win Chance To Hunt Platte…
  • Sightmark Releases 3x “Tactical Magnifier Pro”

    Mark Griffin
    29 Aug 2015 | 6:24 am
    Latest Press Release by Sightmark reveals their “Tactical Magnifier Pro” in 3x magnification complete with easy flip-to-side mount. The new mount is designed to work out-of-the-box with standard Aimpoint, EOTech, and similar optics. Sightmark rates the sight as both shockproof and fogproof and should handle almost all abuse in its armored tube. It includes windage and elevation adjustments to put the reticle in the center of the sight picture. Also eye relief was increased to 3.5″ so no more “scope eye” trying to zoom in on a target. Technical Specifications: Product Specifications…
  • Springfield Armory To Award $16,000

    Mark Griffin
    29 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    Springfield Armory® releases new press release on the Springfield Armory Duel 3 contest. The list of prizes given out daily starting Monday are in the release from Springfield Armory. GENESEO, IL (08/28/15) – The first week of DUEL 3 kicks off next Tuesday (Sept 1, 2015) with a huge variety of daily prize packages that include Springfield Armory® firearms and items from our valued sponsors. All you have to do is go to DUEL.Springfield-Armory.com starting Sept. 1 to vote on next week’s duel between XD® 3” Sub-Compact 9mm and XD® Mod.2™ 3” Sub-Compact 9mm. Read…
  • Why Eotech Holographic Weapon Sights Is An Exceptional One

    Mark Griffin
    28 Aug 2015 | 7:37 am
    Eotech holographic weapon sights are the absolute most one of a kind weapon locates available today. In EOTech’s HW sights the reticle is supplanted by a 3D image that is anticipated by a laser. What makes these sights greatly successful for close battle and quick reaction circumstances is the way that EOTech’s reticle is vast but then it doesn’t hinder the field of perspective, while remaining very unmistakable in any light, focused in the extension paying little mind to the perspective point. It doesn’t divert the administrator. The dab is obvious to the client no…
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  • Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt

    Cory Glauner
    20 Aug 2015 | 3:16 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt Marc Warnke, a good friend of mine here in Boise with Outdoors International suggested this Alaska dall sheep hunt to me a couple of years ago. [Read more...] Hunt Report: Jon Roth Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt GotHunts.com
  • Podcast Episode #22 – Shad Wheeler from Wild West Hunts

    Cory Glauner
    18 Aug 2015 | 11:32 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Get help drawing that hard-to-get tag, as well as access to discount and canceled hunts! In this podcast Marc interviews Shad Wheeler, owner and founder of Wild West Hunts. A full service tag draw assistance company and discounted hunt club membership with access to GotHunts.com’s full hunt inventory and consulting services. Shad is an expert […] Podcast Episode #22 – Shad Wheeler from Wild West Hunts GotHunts.com
  • Mike Ellig Loves Variety When It Comes to Bowhunting

    Marc Warnke
    4 Aug 2015 | 6:36 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Mike Ellig, owner of Black Gold Sights gets to do a lot of hunting, and Marc wondered what his favorite critter was. Well, here’s an except from his podcast telling us exactly what he loves to hunt most…. and we’re not surprised by his answer. “[…] I think it’s important that we acknowledge as bow […] Mike Ellig Loves Variety When It Comes to Bowhunting GotHunts.com
  • GEAR REVIEW: KODA Adventure Gear

    Marc Warnke
    24 Jul 2015 | 2:05 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants KODA Adventure Gear is an outdoor gear company that has designed gear for everybody from a seven year old to a seventy year old, so you have the ability to grow up with it. Get your kids started out RIGHT! To do that you need good, high-tech gear. If we want our children to be […] GEAR REVIEW: KODA Adventure Gear GotHunts.com
  • Podcast Episode #21 – Hunting in Europe with Mat Cervantes

    Cory Glauner
    23 Jul 2015 | 10:03 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Join Marc Warnke and his guest Mat Cervantes (European Hunting Specialist) as they speak about the in’s and out’s of hunting in Europe. Marc an Mat go in depth about hunting (stalking) red deer on their native Europe for wild stags. They also speak about hunting in Europe for the other species available like fallow […] Podcast Episode #21 – Hunting in Europe with Mat Cervantes GotHunts.com
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  • How to Make Ground Venison or Elk: DIY Tutorial

    Rex Trulove
    11 Aug 2015 | 8:40 pm
    It isn’t at all hard to make ground venison and while you can have a qualified butcher do the job, you can also save quite a bit of money if you do it yourself. It is far lower in fat than ground beef, which is both a good thing and a bad thing. It’s good because it is a much healthier alternative to hamburger and it’s a bad thing because it tends to fall apart when you cook it. This means that it is perfectly good for dishes such as venison spaghetti and venison chili con carne, but making burger patties or meatloaf can be problematic. The good thing about making your own ground…
  • Where Does Your Information Go When You Buy a Gun In the US?

    Dakota Potts
    10 Aug 2015 | 10:01 pm
    This is a topic I see come up in conversation a lot, and there’s generally a lot of confusion about the process of purchasing a firearm in the United States. Understandably, lots of people are concerned about where their information goes when you fill out the paperwork to buy a firearm. To some people, it seems like a lot of sensitive information is collected, and it can be a cause for concern that the information can be abused. I spent several months on the other side of the gun shop counter, and I’ve talked to people who have done it longer than I’ve been alive to get an…
  • Third Deer With CWD Found in Michigan

    Rex Trulove
    10 Aug 2015 | 5:07 pm
    There is both good news and bad news from the Michigan Department of  Natural Resources. The bad news is that the department is confirming that a third wild deer in the state has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. This one was a female that was about five years old. This isn’t altogether unexpected since the disease, which is always fatal and can be contracted by any member of the cervid or deer family, can be spread by contact with infected animals as well as from contaminated bedding and feeding grounds because it is spread in saliva and other bodily fluids. In fact, the good…
  • Multiple CWD Infected Deer in Kansas

    Rex Trulove
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:27 pm
    When a single deer tests positive for chronic wasting disease or CWD, it is a reason for alarm. The disease is deadly to all species of the deer family, every species can get it and it can spread to other deer and elk in a herd, as well as to other herds. Because of this, nearly all states have an action plan in place in the event that a deer or elk tests positive for CWD. Usually, that plan includes careful monitoring of the area in which the sick deer came from and mandatory testing of any deer harvested in the area. What happens when multiple deer test positive in the same state, within a…
  • CWD Found in Captive Deer in Texas

    Rex Trulove
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:22 am
    A white tailed deer that was part of a private deer breeding herd has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease, according to Texas Parks & Wildlife. This is the first time that a deer that is part of a captive herd has been confirmed to have CWD, in Texas. It is routine to have samples sent in for analysis from deer from captive herds as well as those from wild deer and that was what happened in the case of this deer from Medina County. The samples were sent to the Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, which is operated at Texas A&M University. Initial indications were that…
 
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  • Hands-On: Nightforce SHV Part I

    Joshua Holdren
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    With the beginning of fall comes the desire many of us feel to get back into the woods in search of our favorite game animals. What better time to take a closer look at the relatively new Nightforce SHV scopes. This scope has been found to be extremely proficient in the stand, as well as […] The post Hands-On: Nightforce SHV Part I appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • EuroOptic Rimfire Trainer Rifles – Available For Pre-Order Now

    Jason Baney
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Due to the response from our first round of EuroOptic Rimfire Trainer Rifles based on the Sako Quad, EuroOptic LTD. is doing another round of 40 rifles. This time, the rifles will be a full custom 22lr featuring the Stiller Precision Firearms 2500XR repeater action, Manners Elite Tactical stocks, Bartlein Barrels and a custom designed Seekins Precision triggerguard.  The rifles will be […] The post EuroOptic Rimfire Trainer Rifles – Available For Pre-Order Now appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Hands-on: Standard Manufacturing DP-12 Shotgun

    Jonah
    25 Aug 2015 | 9:36 am
    This project was one of the more entertaining hands-on reviews we’ve done – getting acquainted with the Standard Manufacturing DP-12 shotgun. Featuring two barrels and two 7-round magazines, the DP-12 will hold 16 12-gauge shotgun shells (14 in the magazines and 2 in the chambers). That’s impressive right off the bat; combine this with the […] The post Hands-on: Standard Manufacturing DP-12 Shotgun appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • AAR: EAG Tactical Carbine Operator Course, 16-18 August 2015

    Jonah
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:12 am
    We had an opportunity to take a few days and travel to the Alliance Police Training range in Alliance, Ohio for an EAG Tactical 3-day carbine course. This turned out to be a fantastic class, and the first time that I’ve been to Alliance for training that didn’t involve either the shoothouse flooding or a […] The post AAR: EAG Tactical Carbine Operator Course, 16-18 August 2015 appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Hands-On: MagnetoSpeed V3 Chronograph

    Derek Walters
    12 Aug 2015 | 4:52 am
    Fine tuning your handloads to maximize the performance of a new rifle can be tricky.  Having good data on each round is critical to wringing out every last bit of accuracy and range.  Muzzle velocity readings are a good way to test ammo consistency, as well as to calculate bullet drop in one of the […] The post Hands-On: MagnetoSpeed V3 Chronograph appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
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  • Canadian Raven Asks for Human Help with Embedded Porcupine Quills [VIDEO]

    Eric Nestor
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:45 am
    This crying raven was in need of human help. A Canadian farmer noticed a wild raven perched on their fence cawing for an hour. Upon further investigation, it became clear that the intelligent bird was calling out in pain from the multiple porcupine quills stuck in its face. It almost seemed to be asking for human assistance. Amazingly, mom didn’t hesitate at all to pull the quills out, one by one. The raven seemed to call out in pain each time she pulled a quill, just like a small child crying from a splinter. It’s great to see a good samaritan do such a great deed for a member of the…
  • 17 Most Majestic Swimming Holes in North America [VIDEO]

    Daniel Leathers
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    These majestic swimming holes are destination locations that will only leave you wanting more. We all have our favorite spots that we went swimming while growing up, but few can compare to these 17 hot spots except in our mind’s eye. Get ready to grab your trunks and take a dip. No doubt you’re ready to hop in the car and head for a swimming hole. These locations can be both romantic and suitable for family getaways. These are places that will burn in the memory with indelible clearness. The great part is that many of these locales and several similar are within driving distance…
  • Check out the Tiny Menz Liliput 4.25mm Pistol [VIDEO]

    Travis Smola
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    Manufactured in the 1920s, the obscure Menz Liliput pistol is one of the smallest self-defense handguns ever made! Think you’ve seen some teeny handguns before? You likely haven’t seen many as tiny as this handgun! Now that’s a tiny handgun! Concealable sure, but at a great loss of firepower. As the video’s narrator says: “These were meant for personal protection….barely.” It’s easy to see why the .25ACP and .32ACP were more popular. The big advantage would be the extremely compact size. But the pistol is so tiny, it looks like a toy. It reminds…
  • Incredible Rescue of a Buck with Locked-Up Antlers [VIDEO]

    Justin Hoffman
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:30 am
    An early morning coyote hunt turned into an against-the-clock rescue mission for two hunters. One buck is dead. The other gets a new lease on life. The rut can be a life-and-death struggle for whitetail deer. And when antlers get locked-up, the prognosis is often grim. Imagine being eaten alive like this one unfortunate buck? Or dragging around the lifeless body of your foe, knowing the same fate will ultimately befall you? Hats off to these compassionate hunters. A day of predator control ended with a rescue that won’t soon be forgotten. NEXT: Mystery of Neon Pike Caught in…
  • Salmon Spawns on President Obama During His Alaska Trip [VIDEO]

    Eric Pickhartz
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:25 am
    This video shows the scene as a salmon spawns on President Obama. Yes, that’s right, a salmon spawned on the leader of the free world. During his trip to Alaska, where he renamed a mountain and engaged with people working to fight the effects of climate change, he also did a little fishing. Then things got gross. Fishing can be a dirty job, and you gotta hand it to the POTUS for not letting it break his spirit. Salmon spawning on your shoes? He’s lucky, some of us will never even get a chance to see a wild salmon, let alone have it do something like that to us. NEXT: 8 Simple PVC…
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  • How To Clean A Shotgun

    Logan
    29 Aug 2015 | 2:14 pm
    Planning to collect some hunting stuff such as rifles or shotguns? Choose the best shotgun in the market, and learn how to clean or maintain it in the easiest, most convenient, and fastest way possible. Shotguns are great investments for recreational activities. They also serve as protections for families living in secluded areas. Most of […] The post How To Clean A Shotgun appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • All About Shotgunning

    Logan
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:18 pm
    This was a very long time ago and $2,500 was a bundle to spend for a Parker side-by-side with pretty wood, some engraving, and a very straight stock. Monty was not doing too well and since he shot for money he viewed an escaping live pigeon with melancholy. The shoot still had a long way […] The post All About Shotgunning appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • You Too, Can Be a Master Shotgunner

    Logan
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    I missed the same quail four times on a single rise. I did this with a 20-gauge over-under Browning shotgun, which is unusual although I am sure many quail have been missed four times with autoloaders or pumpguns. By telling you how I missed the quail I hope to explain why I have long been […] The post You Too, Can Be a Master Shotgunner appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • Comprehensive Guide to Rifle Scopes

    Logan
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:25 am
    Rifle scopes are optical sighting devices that enable a hunter or gunman to see long-distance targets telescopically, thus even from afar they’re able to shoot or “snipe” at them with eerie precision. They’re essentially a combination of lens, eyepieces or oculars, reticle markings, illumination technology, and so forth. Nowadays, many firearm users have some kind […] The post Comprehensive Guide to Rifle Scopes appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • Air Rifle Owners Guide – Information you MUST Know

    Logan
    2 Jun 2015 | 6:41 pm
    People often ask me “how can I become more accurate with my shooting” my answer is a boring one and I can always see the person’s disappointment straight away and that’s you’ll never become an accurate shooter without practice. Now this answer is a little simple but I will explain the reason why I give […] The post Air Rifle Owners Guide – Information you MUST Know appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
 
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  • Hunting Is Who We Are

    Ben Baker
    12 Aug 2015 | 9:30 am
     
  • The Excitement of a Hunt on New Land

    Paul Davis
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    On the way to new land to hunt, excitement builds in you, because you are going on an adventure. You are on the road with your friends and your favorite weapons of choice. You are off to hunt elk. There is anticipation in the air. The jeep is cruising down the road to the destination in the wild, wild woods of Idaho. You are dreaming of all the fresh, new meat you will inevitably catch. You have freshly polished your guns and put them safely in the back of the jeep. You are prepared to catch yourself some meat!
  • Looking For Land To Hunt?

    Ben Baker
    4 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
     
  • Rules vary for getting a hunting license

    Ben Baker
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:17 am
    If you hunt, you probably know what the regulations are in your state to get a hunting license. But what about other states?
  • Getting the most from self guided hunting properties

    Ben Baker
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Unless you're the kind of hunter who has a big wallet, hiring a hunting guide is something that happens once in a great while or on a trip of a lifetime. Most of us spend our time in the woods handling everything ourself. If you're hunting on land you are familiar with, then running the whole show is not a big issue. However, when you step away from terra familiar, things change and change a lot. Here's a list of things you need to know and do when heading out for a self guided hunt.
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