John Geiger of Safari Times sets out on an African hunt with Core-Lokt 360 Buckhammer and lands himself a bushpig.
Marksmanship is all about maintaining proper form. Developing the required habits that promote accuracy will ensure you are on target each and every shot. Here are some proven tips to make your next hunt a successful one.
Bust out the grill. It’s time to put that hard-earned venison meat to good use with these insanely delicious burgers from WhoTeeWho.
A razor sharp blade is a must for every outdoorsman and woman. Easy to carry, easy to sharpen, and reliable in the field. So, what are the best blades for each use?
When you’ve got a buck in your sights and a full freezer on the line, can copper compete with traditional lead bullet performance when it matters the most?
Understanding the basics of the gear needed to shoot long range will help you make precise and accurate hits on any target.
When it comes to everyday carry, one of the most enduring debates is what size gun to carry. Should you carry a full-size gun, or are you better suited with something smaller and easier to conceal?
If you’re considering hunting with copper rifle ammo, you might be asking, what’s the difference between hunting with copper vs lead ammo?
Time to get chasin’ the birds where they live. So, how can you find them? In today’s day and age, there are numerous ways to find those big feathery birds.
Whether you’re a shooter, hunter, or both, learning how to shoot at longer ranges will make you better every time you pull the trigger.
The great debate. Iron sights or a red dot optic when carrying concealed. Here’s how to choose.
Down some gobblers this turkey season with these tactics and tips from WhoTeeWho.
It’s turkey season and the only thing more satisfying than stopping a big tom’s strut is eating that tasty bird.
As with most technical pursuits, long-range shooting has a good number of basic terms a shooter needs to know on their way to being a top shot.
It’s time to leave your roost, grab your shotgun, and get ready to bring home the turkey bacon. Here’s what you’ll need.
Who would have thought that a walk through a South Dakota pheasant field would turn into what is the largest shotgun shell at a retailer in the United States?
Bagged a few ducks? Now it’s time to get cookin’. Check out this easy sous vide duck recipe.
If you’re like us, you’re probably looking for a few waterfowl off-season projects before turkey season rolls around. Check out this list to keep your duck skills sharp and your gear fresh.
GunMade.come reviews the biggest self-defense advancement in nearly 100 years, an all-new cartridge, 30 Super Carry.
Looking for land to hunt? Look no further. Check out these tips for finding public land to take advantage of.
Get ready for your next hunt with this quick and easy recipe for protein packed overnight oats .
If your goal is to fill your freezer and your smoker in one fell swoop, we’ve got some good news.
Over the last decade, many popular deer hunting states have opened seasons up to hunting with straight wall cartridges.
If you’re a deer hunter, you might have heard about Remington’s newest cartridge, 360 Buckhammer.
States across the country are now legally allowing a new breed of rifle cartridges into your deer camp. Enter, straight wall ammo.
Tired of store-bought poultry? Want to adventure with your four-legged? Wild game birds are the answer.
So you want to get into competitive 3-gun shooting. Remington ambassador and 3-gun competitor, Danyela D’Angelo shares her run-down of how to get into the exhilarating sport.
This is a super easy 3 ingredient recipe. These bars make a quick breakfast or a simple backpack snack on your next hunt, hike, or camp.
Jon Lehman from MinnDak outdoors and Remington ambassador covers basic duck (and goose) hunting gear in 3 phases.
Which cartridge is best? Read on to learn the basics of each cartridge and how 223 and 556 compare.
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.