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3 Sleeper States for the Traveling Goose Hunter

We picked three prime destinations in the Lower 48 for geese hunting

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Original author: Brad Fitzpatrick


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5 Things to Know About Slide Stops—A Pistol's Most Misunderstood Control

That slide stop is there for a reason

When you've fired the last round in your pistol's magazine, the magazin's follwer pushes up against the slide stop and causes it to catch in a recess in the pistol's…
Original author: Richard Mann


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Gun News: NRA Calls for Bump Stock Ban

Defense Distributed Releases Software for 3-D Handguns

The week's gun news including bump stocks, 3-D handgun printing and Ghost guns.
Original author: John Haughey


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19-Year-Old Hunter Tags Giant Ohio Buck

A 3-year quest ends with a gnarly nontypical whitetail deer

A teenager from Ohio tags a whitetail buck after a 3-year quest. Lohan, 19, captured images of a solid buck three years ago and while he had not yet filled his Ohio buck…
Original author: Tony Hansen


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2 Innovative Defense Loads in .38 Special

Some interesting new products for shooters looking to load their wheel guns

The .38 Specil isn't a round that grabs many headlines these days, but it's still a workhourse that plenty of people rely on when carrying a handgun for personal…
Original author: John B. Snow


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Destination Argentina: Rules

Destination Argentina: Rules…
Original author: stevegianaca


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This Giant Nontypical Buck Might Be Louisiana's New State Record

This city-limits whitetail should top 200 inches

Louisiana dentist Dr. Frank Sullivan killed a potential Louisiana record whitetail while hunting with a bow behind his office.
Original author: Andy Crawford


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Why You Should Try Tenkara Fishing for Trout

A Colorado flyfishing guide has discovered a more intimate way to catch trout

It's just you, a fly, and the fish. There's no gear or gadgets to get in your way of landing the perfect fish.
Original author: James Brandt


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How to Pick the Right Flashlight for Self-Defense

Considerations for using flashlights to help keep you safe

One of the most overlooked and best personal protection tools at our disposal is light, and you should use it to your advantage. Here's what to look for when selecting a…
Original author: Richard Mann


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How to Grind Acorns into Flour (and Make Pancakes Out of It)

Make like a squirrel and rustle up some nuts for this forager’s flour

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Original author: Jamie Carlson


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Public Land Wins for Hunters and Anglers in Arizona, North Carolina, and Tennessee

These recent cases buck the trend of eroding access

In a time when access to quality habitat is eroding across North America, it’s worth celebrating three recent cases that reverse that trend in Arizona, North Carolina,…
Original author: Ben Long


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3 Hardcore Hunting Tactics to Take More Canada Geese

The fall migration is on, but these aren't your granddad's geese

Over just a few generations, honkers have adapted to evade standard hunting tactics. To kill educated geese, hunters must adapt as well. Here's how to mix it up this…
Original author: Alex Robinson


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How to Decode a Black Bear's Body Language

These three types of bear behavior will help hunters and anyone trying to avoid confrontation

Understanding a bear's body language and vocalizations can help you decide your next move, whether you are hunting them or simply trying to avoid a confrontation.
Original author: chillman


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4 Ways to Drive Deer with Just Two Hunters

Forget the old-school deer drives—often two guys are better than many

Assembling a platoon of buddies and orchestrating a big drive can be more work than fun. There's a better way that involves just you and a trusted buddy, and it works…
Original author: David Hart


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How Rifle Shooters Can Read and Beat the Wind

Some elements of shooting are science, some are art—correctly judging wind involves both

Not sure how to cope with the wind at the range or in the field? Here are tips for wind doping to put your bullet exactly where you want it.
Original author: Brad Fitzpatrick


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Farmpond Fishing for Bluegills with Crickets and Cane Poles

Forget the largemouths—you're casting directly over the best fighters of all

You can catch more and bigger panfish than you ever imagined with the most basic equipment. Here's how.
Original author: Jeff Johnston


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5 Killer Big-Game Trips for Hunters on a Budget

Adventurous hunts that won't break the bank

With creative planning and realistic expectations, you can hunt five North American big-game species for less than $2,000 each. Here's how.
Original author: Darron McDougal


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15 Ways to Make This Your Funnest Deer Season Ever

How to get serious about not being so damned serious this hunting season

It's time to put the fun back into deer hunting. We've assembled a collection of 15 experiences, challenges, and tactics designed to help you do exactly that this…
Original author: By Tony Hansen and Darron McDougal


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5 Rules for Jump Shooting Ducks

When stale ducks loaf all day, this tactic will put birds in the bag

When the migration slows down you can either sit out duck season or pull yourself up by the wader straps and scratch out a few birds. Here's how.
Original author: Alex Robinson


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5 Rules for Jump Shooting Ducks

When stale ducks loaf all day, this tactic will put birds in the bag

When the migration slows down you can either sit out duck season or pull yourself up by the wader straps and scratch out a few birds. Here's how.
Original author: Alex Robinson


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