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Understanding The Basics of Ballistics | Firearm Science

Ballistics: The science of the motion of projectiles, such as bullets or pellets. Whether you’re hunting or practicing with a […]

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What the Great American Outdoors Act Means for Hunters

President Donald Trump signed the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA), H.R. 1957 into law. This historic federal law is among the […]

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BBQ Venison and Sauerkraut Sandwiches

By Michael Pendley These quick and easy BBQ sandwiches are perfect for a quick venison meal—and a great way to […]

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State Agencies are on the Front Lines of the Battle to Increase Hunter Numbers

By Michael Pendley State departments of natural resources and fish and game agencies are worried. Their chief function is to […]

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Shopping for a New Binocular

By Phil Massaro A binocular is one of those tools that end up proving to be nearly invaluable. From checking […]

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Staying Home to Make a Difference—John Annoni and the +ONE Movement

By Mark Demko Seventeen-year-old Elisbeth Tejada-Moya walks into the classroom, shaking the water off her coat. She’s just taken a […]

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Argentinian-Style Grilled Elk Backstrap with Chimichurri Sauce Recipe

By Michael Pendley Elk backstrap doesn’t need much help when it comes to the flavor department, but this Argentinian-style seasoning […]

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Understanding Modern In-Line Muzzleloader Basics Ahead of Hunting Season

Have you ever considered heading afield during muzzleloader hunting season? “Muzzleloader” is the term given to early firearms because they […]

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Introducing the Next Generation of Hunters—Part 2

By Jason Houser In Part 1 of this column, I talked about the details that can help ensure a person […]

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