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The SAFE Act hasn’t done New York gun owners any favors, but its draconian anti-gun policies just opened 5,300 acres of hunting lands that had previously been in shaky legal territory.
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SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the SIG SAUER Super Target .177 caliber, single-shot pneumatic air pistol is now available.
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For all of you waterfowl hunters born after 1992, the idea of steel shot is something you accept without hesitation. Reaching back ten more years would capture even more hunters still too young to remember. According to the National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation’s 2016 report, just over two million of almost 12-million hunters seek waterfowl. While I am spitting out stats, I might as well add, migratory hunters spent 16-million days on 15-million trips and spent over $2.3 billion in 2016. While this includes doves it most certainly is heavy with geese and ducks hunters.
Tough cuts are usually ground, but these tasty tacos are a much better use of your game meat.
Shadows lengthened across the North Idaho canyon, reaching tentative fingers into every sunlit opening. Bears were on the menu tonight, and I sat, back to a small tree, watching the slopes and timbered openings across a small canyon.
Hunting the early season for any animal is always exciting. You can often take advantage of animals that have not been hunted since last fall and this can lead them to make mistakes that they are not known to do as the season wears on. On this hunt, I was able to exploit the behavior of early-season geese.
Few things foil a good hunt like human stink. The good news: savvy manufacturers work tirelessly each year and come up with new products that will help you fly under the olfactory system of the white-tailed deer. Here are 10 to consider.
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Hunting in the West is full of unique challenges that need to be prepared for. Here are a few lessons I had to learn the hard way.
The Winchester model 1895 was the last lever-action designed by firearms designer John Browning, and a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt and the Texas Rangers.
2:52 PM, a couple miles west of Brady, Nebraska, and I less than three hours away from a hearty serving of Tag Soup. I was on Day Five of a November 2018 deer hunt in Nebraska’s Lincoln County, and though I’d put in many hours I hadn’t seen a buck of any size—antlers or body.
The post Earn A Doe, Miss On A Buck: Deer Hunting Nebraska’s Platte River Unit appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Stalker QD proved to be a nice piece of light-weight hunting gear that went on at a moment’s notice to provide the stability I needed for a good, ethical shot.
As long rage shooting takes over the shooting world by storm, there are new niches opening up within the madness. Black Collar Arms has found theirs by making a tiny chassis that caters to bolt-action pistol builds that are long range capable. This chassis is called the Pork Sword.
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My affinity for scary black rifles began eons ago, back in 2003, as an honorary member of the Tarleton State High Power Rifle Team. From there, my interests morphed into local 3-gun competitions where I took my DCM rifle and changed out parts to make the gun more viable for match shooting—something of a Franken-gun, really, but it ran well, and it was a tack driver.
The post No Compromise DIY: Building a Race Ready AR-15 Dream Rig appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Short, fast, and dirty two-minute video review of the Sig Sauer P365 and P365XL 15 round magazine.
The Mantis X training system uses a rail mounted sensor to collect data on movements before and after trigger pulls.
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Many hunters find themselves having harvested a big game animal in an area that may require them to quarter the animal for ease of field removal. The key is to remove the quarters from the carcass or to remove the entrails as quickly as possible. This will help to cool the meat faster.
South Korea’s breathtaking wealth and productivity stand in stark contrast to the poverty and despair to be found in its neighbor to the North. While modern Americans might presume that South Korea has been free and prosperous ever since the end of the Korean War, such was not always the case. Today’s South Korea has a sordid history indeed.
The post Of Dictators, Assassins, and Friends – Walther PPK appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
“It is clear to us that Capitol Hill anti-gunners are doing everything in their power to prevent confirmation of conservative judges who will adhere to the Constitution,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.
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“We put a lot of focus into listening to what our fans and customers want from the next Henry,” says Henry Repeating Arms President and Owner, Anthony Imperato.
New Hard Core PROTECTIVE Series outerwear works seamlessly with FOUNDATION and REGULATE Series apparel to deliver customized layering options that make great hunts happen.
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