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  • April 9, 2014

    Video: A 2,500-Yard Shot with .338 Lapua-0


    This video was uploaded to YouTube last year by 1Grizzman and is starting to catch some attention. It's a pretty cool demonstration of how the right long-range gear mixed with the proper know-how can produce impressive results.

    According to the video, the shot was made from 2,530 yards, or about 1.43 miles.

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  • March 26, 2014

    Video: Long-Range Pigeon Shoot in High Wind-2


    If you haven't seen this guy's YouTube channel yet, you should definitely check it out. Ted's HoldOver features some of the most extreme pigeon shooting footage on the web.

    A few points: 1) Ted either eats the pigeons or feeds them to his cats; 2) Most of his shoots are done for extermination purposes at a farmer's request; 3) Almost all of his footage features clean kills.

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  • February 11, 2014

    Hemingway's Gun Permit and Thousands More Documents Now Available at JFK Museum-0


    Most readers of outdoor writing know a good deal about Ernest Hemingway. But for those of us who want to find out the details — like for example what Mary Hemingway's favorite hamburger recipe was — there's good news coming from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.

    More than 2,500 documents collected from Hemingway's farm outside of Havana have been newly digitized and made available at the museum, according to a story yesterday by The New York Times.

    What makes the collection all the more interesting is that Hemingway seemed to be a hoarder, saving everything from Christmas cards to tickets to bullfights to the Cuban gun permit pictured above.

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  • December 18, 2013

    Send Us Your Best Tips, Skills, and DIY Projects-0


    When we're working on a big story, we typically like to play our hand pretty close to the vest in order to preserve that element of surprise when you open a new issue of Outdoor Life. But we've decide to tip our hand a bit and let you know that for April we're putting together a huge "how-to" package that will be full of essential outdoor skills, fun D-I-Y projects, and innovative ways to repurpose gear and save money.

    The reason we're giving you the heads-up is because we want you to contribute to the piece. Do you have a favorite and foolproof way to spool a fishing reel in less than a minute? Maybe an outside-the-box method for skinning a deer? Or a clever tip on how to save cash when planning a hunting or fishing trip? Well, we want to hear about it. Email us your skills, projects, tips, tricks, and hacks to, and we'll run the best ones in the April issue.

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  • October 25, 2013

    Obamacare Could Pit Provisions to Safeguard Gun Owners' Rights Against 'Executive Order 16'-2


    The National Rifle Association and Gun Owners of America were successful in ensuring the Affordable Care Act prohibits creation of a firearms database and stops doctors from disclosing or collecting information relating to a patient's firearms. However, Obamacare contains "sneaky backdoor" provisions that could jeopardize gun ownership for nearly 550,000 Americans (including veterans arbitrarily diagnosed with PTSD), according to a recent blog.
    Attorney Rachel Alexander writes in an Oct. 21 blog that Senate Amendment 3276, Sec. 2716, Part C -- incorporated into Obamacare in December 2012 -- includes five provisions that protect gun owners.

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  • August 26, 2013

    Contest: Enter the Shooting Slam, Win Free Guns-0


    Have you grown weary of trying to buy ARs or handguns that are backordered for years? Enter our Shooting Slam contest for the chance to finally get your new gun … for free. 

    This year’s Shooting Slam will feature one team of two individuals. We're looking for teams of best buddies, spouses, or family members.

    Fill out the application form here

    Outdoor Life has partnered with some of the top names in the shooting industry to put together an incredible gun giveaway package that includes:

    1) Rock River Arms R3 Competition Rifle (pictured)
    2) Mossberg® JM Pro Series 930™ Tactical
    3) Ruger SR® Pistol
    4) Ruger LCR®
    5) Customized shooting instruction at Gunsite Academy for two people

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  • August 22, 2013

    Texas Teenager Breaks Skeet Shooting World Record-1


    Still trying to break that 25th bird on the skeet field? Well don't read this if you're the jealous type. Josh Poole hit a perfect 500 clay pigeons at the National Skeet Shooting Association Collegiate World Championship earlier this month, becoming the youngest skeet shooter on record to hit 500 in a row.

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  • August 7, 2013

    Steel Bullets Banned on Public Land in Utah-0


    Lead isn’t the only bad-boy bullet material out there anymore. Steel is coming under fire for its propensity to ignite blazes when it ricochets. Most competitive shooters already know that steel ammo is a no-no for matches that have metal targets.

    Showing up with bullets that are magnetic is the easiest way to get DQ-ed because no one wants their expensive plates being damaged by steel-core ammo.

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  • July 5, 2013

    Wyoming Repeals Suppressor Ban-0


    Way back in December our Shooting Editor, John B. Snow, covered why suppressors matter. When that article was published, there were 39 states which allowed civilians to own suppressors. 

    Another state was added to the list Monday when Wyoming passed a bill which repealed the prohibition of hunting with supressors.

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  • May 30, 2013

    Father's Day Gift Guide 2013: Best Hunting, Fishing, and Shooting Gear for Your Dad-2


    He's the man who taught you how to shoot a B.B. gun, throw a baseball, and pop open a beer bottle with a knife. The least you can do is get him a decent Father's Day gift.

    Check out our editors' top gift choices for your first, and best, hunting buddy. From handguns and knives to boots and jackets, this round up has it all.


    Zippo Woodsman
    I’m a hatchet man. There may be no other tool that’s as capable of handling so many outdoors tasks: whittling a spear, splitting a buck’s brisket, limbing a tree, pounding tent pegs, truing a table, defending a family… But Zippo’s new Woodsman tool may trump even a 3-pound hatchet. The versatile Woodsman features a mallet, a keen-edged hatchet, a peg-pulling claw, and a tempered saw blade that’s capable of making quick work of limbs up to 4 inches in diameter. It pulls hard duty cleaning up deadfall in my back yard and is a fixture in my pickup. ($80, —Andrew McKean

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