Hunting

Hunting with the .300 AAC Blackout

Of all the new AR-15 rounds to hit the market in the last few years, the .300 AAC Blackout has arguably resulted in the most fervor. AR fans just seem to love the round. Though initially designed with suppressed, special milita...


NSSF sheds light on the Humane Society of the US’ campaign to bead lead hunting ammo

The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently obtained a copy of a “playbook” produced by the Humane Society of the United States as part of a push for a nationwide ban on lead hunting ammo. According to a May 21 post on...



“Tactical” shotguns for bird hunting?

ARs and other black rifles have been gaining popularity among hunters in recent years, but what about black shotguns? How would a short-barreled, open-choked shotgun built with home defense in mind fare against game birds? This...



Alabama on track to allow suppressors for hunting

According to the blog al.com, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Board voted unanimously last week to allow hunting with suppressors in the state. According to Fred Harders, the assistant dire...


Largest hunter-taken grizzly bear entered into Boone and Crocket records

An Alaskan grizzly bear taken by hunter in 2013 will enter the record books as the second largest grizzly known to have existed and the largest grizzly bear ever taken by a hunter. According to a recent Boone and Crockett news ...



.22 centerfires for deer: The unending debate

If you spend way too much time on gun and hunting forums like we do, you’ll notice that one of the most common, hotly debated, topics is whether or not .22 centerfire rounds are ethical for deer hunting. On one side are the t...