Looking for a destination hunt, but don’t want to break the bank or travel overseas? Here are 5 dream hunts that take place right here in the lower 48 states of America.
New to handguns and need a few pointers to make your pistol shootin’ journey easier? We’ve got your back.
Whether you have never sighted in a scope before, or if you just need a few tips, this step by step guide will cover everything you need to know.
If you’re looking to take on a new challenge or pick up a couple gear tips, here’s a few pointers for the gear needed on your next big game hunt.
Whether you’re goin’ hot at an outdoor gun club or emptying mags at an indoor range, your packs will likely look pretty similar.
The first step to prep your deer for the grill, crockpot or jerky drying rack is field dressing the animal.
So, you’ve taken the shot, dressed your deer, and processed the meat. Now it’s time to get cookin’. Need a recommendation? Deer beer brats.
It’s the year of the deer and we’ve got some seriously delicious venison recipes cookin’.
There are 2 categories for pistol ammo –– training and defensive. No matter what the application, every shooter surely needs a reliable load.
Simply put, a clean handgun or rifle just performs better. Shotguns are no exception. Let’s give yours a bath before the next hunt.
To know how to choose the best ammo for your deer hunt, you should know how different kinds of bullets perform.
Choosing waterfowl hunting ammo comes down to your hunting situation. These days, tungsten, bismuth, zinc and steel alloys and blends give duck hunters more options than ever.
With so many options available, picking the right bullet for the right hunt can seem complicated. While some bullets work better in more situations than others, there’s no one-size-fits-all hunting bullet.
To maximize your chances to down a boss tom this spring, selecting the right turkey hunting shotshell is important. You need accurate ammo that’ll put the highest number of the hardest hitting pellets into the kill zone.