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Firearms

Tristar Viper G2 28 Gauge—Perfect for Field and Hunting

The 28 gauge has a rabid and loyal following, mainly due to its unique combination of light weight, extreme pointability, almost no recoil, and superb patterning for both the field and the range. TriStar has stepped up once again to prove their motto of “The Value Experts” in making a semi-automatic 28 gauge that is built on a true 28 gauge frame. Read this article to see what makes the TriStar Viper G2 so special.

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Hunting and Outdoors

Last Minute Deer

In much of the country, the Whitetail season is winding down to its final days and minutes. If you haven’t wrapped your tag around something at this point, you may need to either change your tactics, your goal or both. Here are a few tips to finish the season with a win.

Dead whitetail deer with a compound bow.

Hunting and Outdoors

Deer Down — Tips for Processing Your Own Game Meat

You hunted hard all season. You spent the summer cutting shooting lanes and putting up stands. You cemented relationships with property owners that give you permission to hunt. You worked hard all season, and things finally came together. You shot a deer. The adrenaline has risen and subsided, and you stand over your trophy. Now what?

mangled broadhead that failed to deploy blades

Archery

Coping With a Loss — Wounded Deer

Failing to recover a wounded animal hurts on many levels and stirs a plethora of emotions. Join this hunter on his journey with the ups and downs of tracking a wounded buck.

Ammunition

What is the Best Caliber for Deer Hunting?

How do you figure out the best caliber ammo for deer hunting? Is it .30-06? Or maybe the .30-30? Is Remington better or how about Winchester? Read this post and let seasoned hunter Ace Luciano help you figure it all out.

Ruffed Grouse with hunter wearing orange hat and vest.

General

The Royal Flush…

Want to get more ruffed grouse? Learn from an expert hunter how these 5 tips will get more grouse for your pot. And be sure to enjoy and celebrate the day and your successes.

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Firearms

Loaded for Bear

Like most things hunting-related, the “best” method for hunting bear “depends.” Whether you use bait, dogs or spot-and-stalk depends on where you are hunting and your goals.