I must admit, hunting snow geese during the special conservation season is a guilty pleasure I look forward to each year. The restrictions are largely removed, allowing hunters to
Knowing how to survive a blizzard or other winter tempest is a significant, (however ideally unused) piece of information everybody ought to know. There are numerous sorts of blizzards and each can be a fatal executioner.
Food plots will not only increase your odds of success by localizing the deer population, they can increase the health of the herd and provide forage during critical times. The problem for most hunters and whitetail managers is
Follow these tips from hunter and competitive shooter, Rich Yoder, for a safe and uneventful trip with your firearms.
In light of recent global events, more people than ever are considering arming themselves for self-defense. From 2011 to 2013,
The experts agree: Every basic defensive carbine requires three add-ons to be considered adequate for any task: A sling, a light, and some kind of optic.
Whether you’re seeking a new carry gun, a ranch toy or just a companion on your quest for that buck of a lifetime,
We took our 14.5-inch BCM M4 carbine upper to the Best of the West shooting range in Liberty Hill, Texas,
I can think of few things more irritating than ill-fitting earplugs when trying to enjoy a nice day on the range.
Novice rifle shooters are generally familiar with the “focus knob” situated on the side, or sometimes set as a ring on the
Female readers of the Shooter’s Log can pick up some useful tips from world-champion shooters and Babes with Bullets instructors Kay Miculek and Lena Miculek-Afentul,
The sport of benchrest provides the accuracy we all aspire to achieve and almost instantly makes every shooter a great shot.
Guest post by Glen Zediker, author of The Competitive AR15: Builders Guide.
Out of their boxes, AR-15 triggers just aren’t good. There are a few kind euphemisms written to describe them, but I’m not so nice. It’s a bad
Guest post by Ed Head, contributor for Shooting Gallery, Gun Stories and Down Range TV.
“Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?” — Indiana Jones
Indiana Jones and I have something in common—we don’t like snakes.
A guest post by Rob Leatham.
We all were told at some point in our training to “relax, squeeze the trigger slowly and let the gun kick freely.” This makes sense when
Improvements and enhancements on the bow have taken the once-held myth that archery was only for the tough, rugged
Have safe drinking water that tastes good during a disaster, at the deer lease, primitive camp site, or when SHTF by