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Taking a Closer Look At the Differences Between the ACR and the MSBS

Since the announcement that Fabryka Broni is seeking to import the MSBS modular rifle into the United States civilian market, there has been a great deal of discussion about the relationship of the MSBS to the Remington ACR or Magpul Masada. Show More Summary

Look Good, Feel Great with Cavender’s

13 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

I am about as far from a fashion model as any person in North America. I write a hunting blog for gosh The post Look Good, Feel Great with Cavender’s appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Millennium’s SafeLink: Taking Treestand Safety To The Next Level

13 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Gravity never falls asleep. It never loses focus. It never gets tired. It never gets distracted. It never varies and never makes The post Millennium’s SafeLink: Taking Treestand Safety To The Next Level appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Tenth Annual Western Hunting & Conservation Expo Opens

13 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Salt Lake City, Utah: Well placed arrows shot by two Team USA Paralympians sliced through a ribbon this morning to open the The post Tenth Annual Western Hunting & Conservation Expo Opens appeared first on Hunting and Conservation N...

Chris Brackett Has it Wrong on CWD

Last week, Chris Brackett, host of Fear No Evil on the Outdoor Channel, told a reporter for the Pittsburg Post-Gazette that, “There has never been an animal die of CWD (Chronic Wasting Disease).” Links to the article spread quickly on social media, hunting talk forums, and in other outdoor media outlets. Show More Summary

Gas Companies Want More Drilling on Wyoming Sage Grouse, Pronghorn Habitat

In Wyoming, the Bureau of Land Management is considering waiving seasonal restrictions on natural-gas drilling put in place to protect sage grouse and pronghorn in the Jonah Field, a remote area that contains a large natural-gas mine,...Show More Summary

[GAO] NRA Custom Orange County Choppers Trike

At the Great American Outdoor Show, the NRA had this custom Orange County Choppers Trike on display. The custom Trike will be auctioned off at the NRA-ILA Annual Dinner on May 20th. It comes with a Henry Lever Action Big Boy in.44 magnum and is custom engraved. Show More Summary

Armtac Monotube Integral Suppressor

Very interesting. Having shot my 22LR rifles with my Spectre II and seeing the VSO Gun Channel talk about the YHM Integral suppressor, this Armtac sounds impressive. ARMTAC Monotube integral suppressor on a CZ 455.22 bolt action rifle. Show More Summary

Safari Club International: First For Who?

22 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Big Buck Zone

“Not my area of expertise … I always thought of it as an advocate group for exotic game hunters… My perception is that they help guys set up expensive, guided hunts … I think they cater to wealthy.”       These are the responses I got when I asked my deer hunting buddies what they knew about Safari Club International. Show More Summary

POTD: Mini Milled AR-15 Lower

What are these? AR lowers for ants? Kent Durree posted these pictures up in a private Facebook Group. He and his buddy are making mini AR lowers for fun. I am pleading him to make more and sell them. Kent says he might make an upper that can shoot a.22 short. I just want […] Read More … The post POTD: Mini Milled AR-15 Lower appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Remington Ilion NY Plant Tour Part 2

Starting where I left off on part one of the Ilion, Ny Remington plant tour let’s move on shotguns and a short tour of the rifle area and what goes into parts making and assembly of these guns. One assembly line I saw was very welcome sight and that was the V3 shotgun. The V3 […] Read More … The post Remington Ilion NY Plant Tour Part 2 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Full Auto Six Coke Bottle Arrow Launcher

Jörg Sprave of the Slingshot Channel makes some interesting contraptions. Mostly they are wooden mechanical devices that are usually rubber band powered. He has launched machetes, marbles, arrows and anything else dangerous and potentially deadly. Show More Summary

Behind the Scenes: The Fly Rod Chronicles

Last fall, I was lucky enough to get a photo gig I could actually drive to—just across the border on the amazing North Platte River just outside of Casper, Wyoming. I had been hired by the good folks at the Fly Rod Chronicles to shoot marketing materials for their upcoming season and for their brand as a whole. Show More Summary

Sportsmen Owe the Bundys a Thank You

As the last of the armed occupiers left the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon this week, many of their supporters said the fight would go on.  And that’s the biggest lesson to be learned from this crisis for sportsmen— and all Americans who understand the importance of the public lands we own. Show More Summary

Jerky Nation: America’s Love For Dried Meat

I thought jerky has always been popular—or, at least, I’ve enjoyed for as long as I can remember, going to back to the cans of Jerky Chew I bought with my allowance. But apparently, dried meat is more popular than ever. According to this story from NPR, American’s spend nearly $3 billion on jerky-type products annually. Show More Summary

Henry Repeating Arms Debuts 3 New Centerfire Rifles

The post Henry Repeating Arms Debuts 3 New Centerfire Rifles appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

DNR customer service and licensing set for transition

MADISON, Wis. – Starting Tuesday, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will begin implementing a new customer service and license sales system The post DNR customer service and licensing set for transition appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Nikon Charges Into the Action Camera Market with the 360-Degree KeyMission 360

With the New KeyMission 360, Consumers Can Capture and Share an Exciting, Uniquely Immersive Perspective of Their Life and Passions LAS VEGAS, The post Nikon Charges Into the Action Camera Market with the 360-Degree KeyMission 360 appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

2016 Muzzy Classic Bowfishing Event Announced

SUPERIOR, Wis. (Feb. 11, 2016) — The 17th Annual Muzzy Classic bowfishing tournament, slated for April 23 and 24 at Lake Guntersville, The post 2016 Muzzy Classic Bowfishing Event Announced appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Whitetail Q&A #22: How To Deal With Trespassers On Your Hunting Property

In episode #22 of Whitetail Q&A we’re answering a listener submitted question about how to deal with trespassers encroaching on your hunting property. Tune in to hear the answer! To listen to the podcast, click the Play button in th...

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