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Why the .410 Bore Shotgun is Anything But Boring

Shooters are gaining a new appreciation for this versatile shotshell...here's why.

6 Reasons to Hunt Feral Hogs (Even If You're On the Fence About Hunting)

To start with, everyone who lives near feral pigs will thank you...but there's more. Lots...

Fun Friday: Our Greatest Outdoor "D'oh!" Moments

Go ahead: Point and laugh. Just don't try this at home.

New For 2021: Leupold's VX-3HD Riflescopes

What do we want? Low-light vision! When do we want it? Now!

New For 2021: Traditions Buckstalker XT Muzzleloading Rifle

Twenty-first-century features meet blackpowder ammunition with Traditions.

New For 2021: Browning Maxus II Camo Shotgun

The firearms giant's runaway bestseller gets Max-imized in all your favorite camo patterns.

6 Reasons To Take Your Child Hunting

The best way to preserve the sport you love is by educating the next generation...

Why Millennials Should Try Hunting

A take on how the next generation can rock the hunting world...it's totes #lit.

5 Blunders Parents Make On Their Child's First Hunt

If this first hunt doesn't go well, there may never be a second. Here are...

Ballistics Made Simple

Here's what the sweet science of ballistics means to you...explained in plain English.

Hunting With a Group: Always Do Safety Briefs!

Here's why (and how) you should always start a group hunt with a safety brief.

Binoculars: A Beginner's Guide

How to properly use the ultimate outdoor tool.

Top 5 Hunts for Kids

These five classic hunts are perfect for rookies.

5 Mistakes I Wish I Didn't Make Teaching My Wife to Hunt

In my zeal, I made five mistakes that almost cost me my lifelong hunting partner.

Bucks Make Noise

A newbie gets schooled by a whitetail deer.

How to Teach a Kid To Love Hunting

That first experience can make or break the sport of a lifetime.

Throwback Thursday: John Ruthven, 20th-Century Audubon

“I’ll keep painting as long as birds fly and I can lift a brush.”

Treestand Safety: Our Tips

The No. 1 hunting-related injury by far remains falls from treestands.

6 Ways to Avoid Being a "Whitetail Widower"

A "whitetail widower" is someone who gets left behind while their wife has all the...

4 Friends You Need For Your Outdoor Adventure

If you hike, hunt or camp alone, don't forget to bring these "buddies" to keep...
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