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Most hunters buy bows by going to their local archery pro shop, picking out a bow, and then having the professional adorn it with expensive accessories. Like most other retail products, you’ll pay more for this personalized service, but in most cases you can be assured of a personalized fit. However, if you’ve owned a bow before or you’ve done your research and know exactly what model and size bow you’re after, you can save money by purchasing a ...
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Animals have the darnedest habit of turning up in the worst possible places—except when you're hunting them, naturally—and this week's NASCAR-loving critter in Tennessee is no exception. Camping World Truck Series practice at Bristol Motor Speedway was temporarily shut down on Wednesday, August 19, when a rabbit turned up on the track and refused to leave.
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Keep Rover in working order with this dog-friendly gear.
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Red dot optics have steadily won over members the hunting community in recent years, landing atop many a turkey gun and a growing number of deer rifles, among others. News from Trijicon indicates that there'll be another contender in the market very shortly in the form of the company's new Miniature Rifle Optic, or MRO.
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Handgun hunters everywhere have reason to rejoice as two of their favorite calibers can be had in the revolver they love in an affordable package. Finally.
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Other than the feral hog, the whitetail deer covers more diverse types of terrain than any other game animal, leading hunters to have a wide variety of favorite cartridges. Additionally, whitetail hunters are perhaps the most fervent defenders and proponents of their chosen cartridges, which can range from the .22 Hornet to the .45-70 Government—not to mention the shotgun crowd. How do you even begin a "Top 5?"
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There’s nothing wrong with letting your hairy hunting partner enjoy the warmth and comforts of the indoors, but there is something wrong with not training her to sleep equally comfortably and confidently outdoors.
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Winchester has announced the launch of its latest addition to the venerable Model 70 line in the Ultimate Shadow Hunter SS. The Shadow Hunter SS sports a lightweight synthetic stock in the new Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camouflage pattern, alongside a stainless steel receiver that features the popular pre-'64 style controlled round feeding with claw extractor and fixed ejector.
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This month's story comes from Nick L. Notte of West Rutland, Vt.
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Most of us who think we are serious shooters have a dirty little secret: We do not shoot enough. We talk about it and make a lot of grandiose plans but maybe spend a few hours on the bench all summer. We need a better reason to get out there and shoot, something that will get us off that bench and away from the air conditioning. Deer hunters, I present to you the lowly groundhog.
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Federal Premium and Primos Hunting having partnered to offer waterfowlers a chance to save money—and walk away with a free gift—this hunting season.
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American Hunter Magazine was established in 1973.
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NRA's magazine for outdoorsmen and women, American Hunter is the largest-circulation all-hunting magazine in the world, with over 1 million readers. American Hunter offers expertise on how and where to hunt all types of North American game, and encourages readers to take advantage of the rich opportunities and to pass along the tradition to the next generation. Reviews of hunting equipment and services, as well as coverage of political developments of interest to hunters, are highlights in each issue.