To take on nature’s most durable birds, you need a shotgun that’s as tough as they are. Here are seven key features to look for in a shotgun for waterfowl.
What $410 does—and doesn't—buy you.
Use a chamber flag the traditional way in a hot rifle and you risk having it melt.
In a typical match, carbine targets are positioned at powder-burn distances out to 100 or so yards. In places with the room, the steel can be 300 yards—or more—away. You need a scope that zooms from 1X to 4X at a minimum for this variety of distances.
The old-school peep sight is rugged, inexpensive and can actually improve your vision.
The biggest piece of news coming out of acquisition of Bushnell Group Holdings by ATK is that there isn’t much news here. Yes, big fish get eaten by even bigger fish and in the last year ATK has swallowed a couple sizeable morsels in the outdoor industry, first with the acquisition of Savage Arms and now with Bushnell and its family of brands.
A study by Australian and British researchers published in a frequently debunked European "science" journal claims owning a gun makes Americans racist.
Avoid these bad habits to hit more birds.
Elk are big, rugged animals that deserve respect. Underestimate them at your peril. Any of these four rifles would make an ideal companion on your next elk hunt.
An Oregon school district board on Oct. 24 overturned a ban imposed in March that prohibited educators and staff from carrying firearms on school grounds. The ban spurred a May recall election that resulted in two pro-ban board members being replaced by two anti-ban candidates.
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