Tips for sighting in a rifle or handgun with open sights
The cougar is probably the most dangerous member of the cat family that most people will ever encounter. Here’s how to stay safe in cougar country.
North America’s premier upland game bird appears to be following in the footsteps of the passenger pigeon. Why?
After a three mile back-breaking hike in with a 60lb pack, we finally reached base camp at 9,200 ft. The next morning came quickly and by 5am we set off on the two hour hike to reach our hunting area. The wind was relentless with an average of 20-30 mph gusts of wind...
‘The Hunger Games’ reignites a once-declining interest in hunting.
At the break of dawn on opening morning of the Utah Elk hunt my friend and I heard a bugle about 250 Yards over the hill. We were headed up a trail to glass a small opening in the trees. I quickly got set up on the shooting sticks and decided to give a few cow...
Where to aim on a target that is above you or below you is the subject of lasting debate among hunters. Do you aim high or low? Should you hold right on?
Want a custom rifle? You probably don’t want to buy one from this guy.
Want to improve your rifle’s performance in the field? It all comes down to preseason TLC.
Got a young hunter? Here are 5 ways to help your budding marksman become a better shot.