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This article will explore how to get you and your gun from Point A to Point B safely (and legally).
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“We’re calling this the ‘SAVE2A.US’ campaign because that’s exactly what it is,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.
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The desire to adventure while exploring new terrain and hunt big game species can be satisfied with embarking upon a destination hunt. And, there are many adventures to be had even during times of COVID.
A new dataset from the Crime Prevention Research Center compiles the demographic makeup of all mass public shooters in the United States since 1998, and the top-line results appear to contradict media stereotypes about the kind of people who use firearms to commit atrocities.
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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem made good on her promise to expand hunting and fishing access to kids under the age of 18.
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After putting over 300 rounds through the Remington 1911 R1 Hunter FDE 10MM pistol, I recommend this semi-automatic as a top firearms investment for at least two reasons.
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I love to gain opportunities to duck hunt. Accessing public lands is where it starts, but like most, more places to hunt are better.
Given all of the things going on in our country sociologically, politically, as well as supply and demand wise, it could be very tough for those of us that live for the chase, and especially those that chase all year long.
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Take the Shot? A Marauding Baboon Offers a Cross-Canyon Shot Opportunity – Presented by Springfield Armory
South Africa’s Eastern Cape is beautiful, scenic, and teeming with game. The baboons would hole up in mid-level ribbon cliffs during the day, and descend to rob feed from lambing pens by night. A marauding baboon offers a lucky cross-canyon shot opportunity. Do you take the shot?
Who doesn't enjoy corned beef for St. Patrick's Day? Especially when it seems like winter is dragging. Making it with your game meat is another great way to share your hunting experiences.
Hunters in Wisconsin have been waiting seven years to target gray wolves, and they made the most of what ended up being a shortened, three-day hunting season.
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While the number of hunters has plummeted in the United States and Canada, Germany has seen a 25 percent increase in hunting participation in the last 30 years.
Four Mississippi hunters received large fines, parole and are banned from hunter after violating federal wildlife laws.
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What does “science-based wildlife management” really mean? One species, black bears, provides a fascinating case study in this national conservation success story.
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If you're thermal-curious and have the budget, go buy one of these. If you're a veteran night hunter looking to upgrade your set-up to something more streamlined? Believe the hype. The Pulsar Thermion delivers.
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I have enjoyed testing and hunting with CMMG rifles so I didn’t hesitate when offered a chance to test a newer gun in a newer cartridge specialized for long-distance hunting.
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Like many others, I have heard for years about the droves of roosting doves in Argentina and groups shooting thousands of birds a day. To a guy who has sat for hours in an Alabama dove field waiting for enough dove to fill a 15 bird limit, this seems unfathomable – the stuff of legends, hunting folklore if you will.
One of the updated models is the Upland Ultralight All-Terrain, which I’ve been using in 20 gauge. It’s lightweight, it’s beautifully constructed, and it comes up on-target every time game flushes. Read on for a close look at all the features as well as a few things that could be better.
One of the most obvious gaps in any CCW system is the wearing of workout gear. I’ve noticed, you’ve noticed, and we can bet the bad guys have noticed.
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