It is the greatest folly to risk a hunt with a rifle that doesn’t shoot where you aim. Last fall, … Continued
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This open-coutry buck fell to a persistent hunter glassing tall grass and midday shade under cottonwoods. Photo by Wayne Van … Continued
Forty years of experience can teach you a thing or two about elk behavior
Photos by John Hafner __ A century ago, handguns had no place afield. In 1935, Smith & Wesson’s .357 Magnum … Continued
Illustration by Pete Sucheski When sharpening an ax, the most important rule is to hone without heating. Abrasive belts do … Continued
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Photo by Adam Levey; Pictured: Council Tools Velvicut Bad Axe Boys Axe Head: Ax heads are made of either low- … Continued
Illustration by Joel Kimmel Use a single- or double-bit ax with a long handle and a slim head. Determine the … Continued
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