Featured by Jack O'Connor
Caribou on Coffin Top
Outdoor Life's Gun Editor found game in abundance in Canada's rugged western mountains, as evidenced by this article, which originally appeared in the magazine's August 1944 issue.
The Indestructible Buffalo
The author participated in a number of safaris in Africa. This article from April 1967 recounts a close call with what many regard as the toughest African game animal of...
A Family Affair
Fifteen years after "Bingo and the Birds," Jack O'Connor's writing skills have blossomed to full flower, as evidenced in this August 1962 excerpt about hunting with his daughter Caroline and...
The Gals Meet the Champ
Although he told many tales about the game he and others downed over the years, O'Connor's respect for his quarry was always evident in his work. Consider this excerpt from...
Salmon River Whitetail
In this article from February 1972, the author tells of his first northern whitetail, taken in 1971 along the Salmon River near Riggins, Idaho. It illustrates his famous shooting skill.
Deer and Deer Rifles
Perhaps no other feature illustrates O'Connor's artful blend of storytelling and technical prowess as well as this one from 1962. It was later reprinted as a chapter in his famous...
Slate Mountain Patriarch
O'Connor could transform the hunt for a trophy animal into an epic adventure. This tale of his quest for a giant buck appeared in July 1939.
The Big Ram of Pilot Mountain
The consumate sheep hunter, Jack O'Connor thrilled generations of readers with his tales of hunts in the high country of the North. This story of his record-book Dall sheep, published...