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We have all looked in the rear-view mirror while driving at 3:30 in the morning on the way to the local parking lot, only to get that sinking feeling in your gut when you see headlights. This is when you know that the race is on and your day just went from exciting and hopeful to competitive and rushed.
As a hunter and conservationist, harvesting bears is an important aspect of sound wildlife management practices. Having the ability to construct a bait site on public land- where it is legal, is a great way to hunt bears. Below are my top 5 tips for baiting bears on public land that have worked for me.
Having clearly stated goals will tell you if you need to spend extra time with your dog doing more drills to meet one of those goals, or if you need to add to your goal list.
When the early spring rolls around, there’s one thing I can’t get off my mind; applying for upcoming big game draws. In today's draw systems, there are two prevailing ideas for the distribution of tags, opportunity, and trophy. Opportunity places emphasis on getting hunters in the field and trophy places emphasis on developing a larger and older age class of animals.
Minnesota legislators passed a ban on hunting wolves by a single vote in advance of potential federal hunting deregulations.
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The only thing better than hunting for yourself is hunting with your kids. When they successfully kill an animal and are excited about eating it, it makes you feel like you're teaching them right.
The new SAINT Victor Pistol from Springfield Armory is their latest AR pistol model. Watch the full SAINT Victor Pistol Unboxing video on GunsAmerica.
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In a strange and unexplained course of actions, tech giant Google banned and then reinstated an innocuous ad by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), drawing ire both from Donald Trump, Jr., and from two U.S. Congressmen.
The post Trump, Jr., Accuses Google of ‘Kowtowing to Leftwingers’ for Blocking Hunting Ads appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Weighing less than 7.5 pounds, the Wing Shot is perfect for new shooters. The lightweight, low noise level and the lack of recoil will let you shoot all day without a sore shoulder and you can hear your coach because you don't need ear muffs.
The post Air Venturi Wing Shot: .50 Caliber Air Shotgun Built for Hunting appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Hunting boots can be a topic of great debate. For warm weather boots, I’ve found a brand that has been impeccable—and made from exotic leather no less.
Staying comfortable while waiting on deer has the fantastic side effect of, well, being able to stick around and wait for deer. Fortunately for me, sitting against trees was cool this year despite my admittedly bad back and it was all thanks to the latest pack from ALPS OutdoorZ: the Enforcer Predator Pack.
Renaissance man Joe Rogan explained the benefits of hunting to vegan actor Russell Brand recently, on his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
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Police departments and military units require manufacturers like Remington to guarantee a higher level of quality control than most civilian customers, but now Remington Defense is making that quality available to the consumer marketplace.
The post Remington to Offer Military/LE Grade Rifles, Shotguns to Civilians – NRA 2019 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Hi-Point Firearms has announced a new pistol that will offer significant updates to their popular 916 series of pistols. Hi-Point has a reputation for affordable firearms, and at a planned MSRP of just $200, that tradition will continue.
The post Hi-Point’s New Pistol Won’t Be Keeping Your Boat In Place – NRA 2019 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Faced with PR issues, gun companies have been known to slap a fresh coat of paint on a flagship product and “reintroduce” it as something genuinely new. Consumers might be forgiven for assuming the same about the Remington Model 700 American Hunter, but they’d be wrong. Remington incorporated real changes to the manufacturing process for the 700 American Hunter, and the result could be the first major step in the company’s comeback.
The post Big Green Comeback? Remington’s New Model 700 American Hunter Could be the First Step – NRA 2019 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Hot take time: semi-auto .22s are the new subcompact
striker-fired handgun. They’re everywhere! A different company introduces a new
angle on Ruger’s plinker every year, and given the increasing popularity of .22LR
competition, there’s no sign of slowing down.
Bergara joined the fray at this year’s NRA Annual Meetings
and Exhibits, and we swung by their booth to see what all the fuss was about.
The post Bergara Unveils Feature-Rich 10/22 Clone at a Sweeeet Price Point – NRA 2019 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
One of the most popular concealed carry handguns ever made, Smith & Wesson’s line of Shield pistols has been steadily improving since its inception in 2012. Smith introduced the Shield M2.0 along with the new-shooter-friendly Shield EZ in 2018, and last month the company rolled out new models of both lines.
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CZ-USA introduced a couple of significant upgrades at the NRA Annual Meeting. First up is the Orange edition of the Shadow 2 pistol, bringing it up to competition standards.
Vortex has been making their Ranger series of rangefinders for several years, but this new model changes everything. It's got all new optics and all new electronics. And it ranges as far as 4,000 yards.
The post Wanna Range Things Over 2 Miles? Vortex’s New Rangefinder Can Do It – NRA 2019 appeared first on GunsAmerica Digest.
Small, powerful, convenient, and maybe even stylish, Bond Arms’ derringer handguns have been described using a wide variety of positive adjectives. But “lightweight” hasn’t been one of them. At something around 22 ounces, all-steel derringers are hefty little guns for their profile, especially when compared to half-polymer semi-autos.
That’s set to change in October, when Bond Arms plans to release an aluminum derringer that tips the scales at nearly half the weight of a standard model.
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