I anxiously anticipated my first elk hunt at Jumping Jack Ranch in Ennis, Montana. I didn’t know exactly what to expect. I’m not one to sit still for long, so I prefer hunts that are more active – such as hogs, Continue reading My First Elk Hunt – Southern Girl Takes on Epic Montana Adventure
Read Part One After checking several fields with no luck whatsoever, we return to where we sighted in earlier in the day. Nothing, but in the adjacent field we find a large group of hogs huddled together. 50-60 hogs, maybe Continue reading Happy Hog-i-days Part Two
I realize the greeting is somewhat late but my view is that anytime you go hog hunting it is still appropriate! In reality this story covers an event that happened the day after Thanksgiving anyway. Who wants to camp out Continue reading Happy Hog-i-days Part One
Mossberg has been around for a long time. It started out making good, dependable, inexpensive guns, and nothing has changed through the decades; they still produce some great guns at a very affordable prices. If you don’t believe me, go check out Continue reading The Mossberg Mod. 500 12 Gauge Pump – Quality and Flexibility
If Dirty Harry was looking for a bigger gun, the Smith & Wesson .460 XVR might have been his first choice. Every once in a while, even the most hard core tactical among us likes to go old school. One Continue reading Old School Tacticool – Smith & Wesson .460 XVR Compensated Hunter
‘DON’T DO IT’ Quite often the question of caliber comes up in conversations about tactical hunting, as well as readers from all over the world asking, what caliber, or what gun should they use for hunting wild boar? My answer Continue reading What Caliber is Big Enough?
When I was asked to do a review of the Battle Arms Development ambidextrous safety selector for the AR15 weapons platform I was more than willing because this is a part that I have nearly three years of experience with Continue reading Gear Review: Battle Arms Development, Inc. Ambidextrous Safety Selector (BAD-ASS)