As many of you know, I am not, nor have I have pretended to be, any kind of firearm guru, gun geek, gear head or rifle mega-enthusiast. My relationship with guns is easily likened to my relationship with cars. I Continue reading The DPMS Gll .308 – This Girl’s Porsche® 718 GTS Gun
Talk to an old timer who relishes the “old days” and they will tell you they expended thousands of rounds and hundreds of hours to “know their rifles” and determine their ballistics. Like most of the old days it was Continue reading Kestrel and Applied Ballistics, it’s not Rocket Science!
As we lie on the dirt, in the warm South Dakota sun, my new friends and I look out over the open landscape. We had just spent the last week turkey hunting in South Dakota. Since the weather had finally Continue reading Are Cute Little Prairie Dogs Fun to Shoot? Is it Bad? You Tell Me.
As soon as I got off the phone with John, the liaison for Hunters Helping Heros in Maryland, and he told me I could invite one other person to go with us I knew exactly who to ask. It had Continue reading Two Navy Sailors, Father and Son – A Tale Of Fatherhood, Friendship and Feathers
The month of March has finally arrived and the obsession continues. For all my turkey hunters down here in the south, you know exactly what that means. It’s that spring drifting in the air, flowers blooming so beautifully, and that Continue reading Dropping and Flopping Turkey in South Alabama – First Solo Outing!
I’ve driven Jeep Wranglers for a number of years now. When it comes to building the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle (UHV), Wranglers are just about perfect. They are the AR-15s of vehicle world, essentially modular with limitless options to customize and Continue reading Gun Rack for Your Ultimate Hunting Vehicle? Quick-Draw Overhead Gun Rack
I was a sworn iron sight hunter. Growing up on a homestead in the wilderness of Alaska, I saw more hunters using iron sights than scopes. I watched my father down deer with iron sights at ranges most hunters with Continue reading The Best of Both Worlds: Practical Tips to Maximize Your Low to Mid Range Magnified Optic
Writer’s block is REAL. I’ve been thinking about this article all week and while there is so much to say about the Thermal Trail XP50, I’ve had the hardest time putting my thoughts into words. It could be that I’ve Continue reading Hogs Lose, I Win. Testing the Pulsar Trail XP50 Thermal Scope on West Texas Wild Hogs
Sitting in the cold – and I mean really cold – eastern Nevada air as the sun rose behind me, I didn’t really know what to expect on this coyote hunt. Eric Conn and I have our backs to the Continue reading My Ice Cold Baptism into Coyote Hunting
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