Prairie Dogs and Coyotes can be real problems for landowners across the country. To allow for growth of your typical game, deer, turkey and quail, etc., the predator population has to be checked. Prairie dogs carry disease and their holes Continue reading Can You Nail Prairie Dogs at 500+ Yards with a .224 Valkyrie? Adventures with LWRCI!
Imagine waking up to the sound of a stranger breaking into your home. The one place you are supposed to feel safe has just been violated, but you don’t panic. You simply get out of bed, secure you family and Continue reading It’s Not Just For Silly Hunting – My Choice for Home Defense: The Remington TAC-14
“Please can I bring my bow? What if a deer comes close enough? If it’s under 15 yards, can I take the shot?” It’s September 2014 and opening day of Maryland’s deer season. I have been practicing with my bow Continue reading Her First Hunt Was Basically Two Years In The Making. What About Yours?
While recently touring the High Speed Gear factory just outside Camp Lejeune North Carolina I got to assemble my own Laser Slim-Grip® Padded Battle Belt. After that, I headed to Texas to assist in the War on Hogs, aka, Wild Continue reading One Thing That Made My Latest Hog Hunt a Lot Better: High Speed Gear Battle Belt
Wild hogs and feral pigs are among the hardiest game animals on the planet; capable of not only surviving, but thriving, in nearly every environment they find themselves in. However, even among hunters there are many misconceptions revolving around feral Continue reading Know Your Prey: The Differences between Wild and Feral
Surprise! There was a day when I was against hunting/harming animals. I know you can’t tell it from the big grin on my face during my super chilly Louisiana duck hunt, but I’m a small town girl who wasn’t brought Continue reading I Was Against Hunting, but You’d Never Know It Had You Joined Me On My First Duck Hunt!
Thanks to 13 years and counting in the military, I have developed a tactical mindset when it comes to hunting. Perhaps you, too, have discovered many shared aspects of situational awareness between combat and hunting. I experienced many of these Continue reading Combat Waterfowling – Shots Firing, Shells Falling, and Feathers Flying as Ava and the Versa Max Deliver
Growing up in rural Pennsylvania my idea of hunting was to park my truck by a friend’s property and go for a walk with my rifle. I would typically carry a small day pack with a couple essentials, like water, Continue reading Survive, Succeed or Not – Video Interview with Back Country Hunting Guide Tyrell Gray
Nearly every night I browse the internet in search of tips and advice from experts to better my shooting game. For me, it’s the only way to satisfy my urge to shoot when I don’t have the time to actually Continue reading HOW TO: Set up and shoot subsonics accurately in darkness
We have all had those trips in which we felt things were set perfectly, we had a great positive outlook and were ready for the challenges ahead no matter what. So there I was with the new 300 WinMag Federal Premium Continue reading When You Bring Your 300 WinMag and Nothing Goes As Planned