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On May 31, 2019, Texas Governor Greg Abbot signed HB 317 into law. It concerns a language change in the rules for hog hunting in Texas.
The post No License Required to Hunt Texas Hogs Starting Sept. 1st! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Robert Stalley of South Dakota successfully killed a deer and a black bear. But he was labeled a "poacher" when he tried to pass one off as the other and got busted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW).
“When a government starts penalizing law-abiding citizens for crimes they didn’t commit,” Gottlieb observed, “it’s up to those citizens to resist. We understand there are legal challenges in the works, and we support that.
“What I was selling was first access,” Scott said. “It’s the potential that’s there. That’s what brought people. That’s what’s going to bring people by the droves next year.”
A doe in southwest Utah is enjoying an unusually long lifespan due to a rare condition that causes her to grow and shed antlers like her male counterparts.
The post Rare Antlered Doe in Utah Uses Abnormality to Survive appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
"Divesting our Savage brand was a key aspect of our transformation plan," said Chris Metz, Chief Executive Officer of Vista Outdoor.
“With the P365 XL we have once again redefined Everyday Carry by delivering 12+1 capacity, or 15+1 capacity, in a highly concealable, compact profile while bringing many of the XSERIES features to the P365 that are extremely popular and sought after by consumers.”
The post SIG SAUER Continues to Redefine Everyday Carry with Addition of P365 XL Pistol appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Deer-Related Car Accidents Kill 200 People Per Year, Municipalities Urging Public to Join Culling Efforts
Deer-related car accidents kill 200 people per year.
I’m not one to rely on a piece of untested equipment on a hunt unless I have a backup for it, therefore I started the fall hunting season with the Havalon Evolve multi-tool and Rebel in my pack, backed up with a couple of other skinning knives I had used previously. I was anxious to see how they held up over the course of several months of hard use, with Alaska’s and Montana’s big game seasons as the trial runs.
After looking the rifle over, I was very impressed with what I saw and felt. The rifle was hefty... and I mean really hefty. The bull barrel that this gun comes with adds a lot to it, but the advantage is that you can shoot all day and not see a change in accuracy. The stock felt good to me out of the box, but with the option to change the cheek riser and length of pull (LOP from here on out) I rearranged the stock so that it fit me perfectly.
The post Testing the Savage 110 Predator: The Perfect Rock Chuck Gun appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Gunwerks slogan is “1000 yards out of the box”, meaning a savvy shooter should be able to take a new rifle out of the case, chamber a round, dial for any distance out to 1000 yards, and ring steel. That’s an extraordinary claim, and one I was supremely interested in putting to the test.
The post GUNWERK’S CLYMR RIFLE REVIEW: 1000 Yards Out Of The Box appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
There are a lot of handguns that can be called “iconic”, but that word seldom applies more accurately than when used to refer to the Desert Eagle by Magnum Research.
The post DESERT EAGLE SPREADS ITS WINGS AGAIN – With the New .429 DE Magnum! appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
According to 88 Tactical, 65% of law enforcement shootings are in and around vehicles. Your immediate response is critical. A key determination that must be made immediately, is it cover or concealment? Can you hide behind it? Can you shoot through it?
The post Is Your Car Cover or Concealment? High Threat Vehicle Engagements with 88 Tactical appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
With great ammo, you can turn a $400 handgun into one that shoots as well as a gun that costs many thousands. The opposite is true as well. Sometimes cheap ammo can turn a handgun that cost many thousands of dollars into one that shoots about as well as a cheap one.
The post Bullets Matter in Handgun Accuracy – RMR’s 9mm 124 JHP MPR (.3555”) appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
The Uzi submachine gun was arguably the most rugged pistol caliber submachine gun ever produced. While the faster firing HK MP5 got most of the press, I myself consistently shoot better with the Israeli gun.
Dmitry Sinkevich designed both of these knives for ZT, and I just can't get enough of them. The feel in the hand and the utility of the blade shapes are perfectly matched in these two knives that are both excellent every day carry options. They are utilitarian works of art.
A hands-on scouting foray for pronghorn isn’t always feasible. The good news: Finding prospective water sources where speed goats are likely to drink is possible via paper and online mapping systems.
The post Archery – Part I: Find Pronghorn Refreshment Stands From Afar appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
What's in your chamber? The hybrid CMMG Resolute .458 SOCOM is designed to bring 600 grains of punch to the hunt. Whether you’re defending your family or looking to bring home the bacon (and all the other cuts), the .458 SOCOM RESOLUTE keeps going when you need it most.
The post Big Bullets, Big Ballistics: The CMMG Resolute .458 SOCOM appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
I have worked waterfowl shows for many years. Some good some not so good, but I always look forward to the show season. My interest usually starts with a few flyers and catalogs I receive in the mail. I wade through these like a little kid with a new Sears Christmas catalog.
California’s mandatory background check to buy ammo went into effect on Monday, and it’s not going well. The system is reportedly running very slowly with no customer support.
The post Don’t Plan On Buying Ammo In California – New Law Is Total SNAFU appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.