In episode #10 of the Whitetail Q&A Podcast we’re tackling a listener submitted question about how long it might take after a deer expires before the meat begins to spoil in the field. Tune in to hear the answer! To...
Here is a video I found on Facebook. It was posted in a Philippine Shooters Club group page. The gun looks to be in some sort of holster but I cannot find any information on it. The concept is unique and with his gut, he gains an extra level of retention LOL. Having the […] Read More … The post Modified Inside Waistband Conceal Carry appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
I.O. or Inter Ordnance Inc, is mainly known as a manufacturer of AKs in the budget market segment. The company was started in 1995 as a military surplus importer. They eventually started to build East German pattern AKs a number of years back. Show More Summary
An increasing number of companies are offering greater hunting choices, and Stag Arms is coming out with theirs just in time for some of the biggest seasons of the year. Stag Arms already has some nice guns for hunters and sport shooters...Show More Summary
Ever since ATF approved the arm support brace, rifle-caliber pistols have become wildly popular. For the AK pattern rifle-caliber pistol, one of the best on the market is Century Arms Yugo PAP M92. It’s very affordable and surprisingly nicely made for under $500. Show More Summary
MRC does it again! The Extreme X2 Rifle is a hard-working, all-weather hunting rifle set in the brand new Montana Rifle Co. The post The Montana Rifle Co. Extreme X2 Rifle Named One of the Top New Hunting Products by Field & Stream appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Vote LaserMax for 2015 Best Laser Sight October 5, 2015 (Rochester, NY) – Voting opens today for the annual OpticsPlanet Brilliance Awards, The post LaserMax Nominated for OpticsPlanet 2015 Brilliance Award appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Laramie, Wyo. – EKO Flood USA has come on board as a hunter sponsor of the 3rd annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt. The post EKO Flood Sponsors WY Women’s Antelope Hunt appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Beginning this January, a group of sportsmen (editors, authors, industry leaders, and pastors) will join author Zeke Pipher in walking through the The post 2016 New Year, New Man Challenge appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Join the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) on October 24 at our upcoming regional event, Explore the Outdoors: St. Louis. CFM is The post Register Now for Explore the Outdoors: St. Louis appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
NWTF Chapter to Host Event at Lexington Wildlife Management Area on October 17th NORMAN, Okla. (October 5, 2015) – The Feathered Friends The post National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Brings Women in the Outdoors Event to Oklahoma appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
I imagine this short video peaked your curiosity as much as it did mine the first time I saw it! A few weeks ago I was contacted by the SIG rep and asked if I would like to take part in the Legion introduction. Of course I had no idea...Show More Summary
Photograph by John Hafner For the past two weeks we’ve been covered up with emails from hunters wondering where the bucks they have been watching all summer have disappeared to. It seems the bucks that have been regularly showing up on trail cameras have gone ghost, especially those nice bunches of bucks we commonly refer to as bachelor groups. Show More Summary
After listening to Larry chat about the shotgun all week at the class (review coming) where Larry showed he was quite the fan, the video on the DP-12 has finally gone live on the double-barreled 12-gauge. With the quick two-shot capability, the DP-12 easily demolishes a variety of entertaining targets including water tanks and steel. Show More Summary
Here is a video my friend Brian Miller shared with me. He is testing out a new muzzle brake, he made for his Vepr 12. Check out the second shot. A sizable fireball come out of the ejection port. Is the bolt opening too soon and unburnt powder is escaping out of the ejection port? […] Read More … The post Vepr12 Ejection Port Fireball appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
It’s a common plight of duck hunters: There are plenty of birds, but there’s nowhere to hide. The water is too shallow for a boat, too deep for a layout blind, and there’s just enough standing vegetation to conceal a skinny meadow mouse. Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon The first few days of October are behind us and staring us straight in the face now is the dreaded “October Lull”. In our video of the day today, we’ve got the latest installment in the Deer...
By Mark Kenyon It usually doesn’t happen this way for me. But somehow, the stars aligned last week and I was able to punch an early season tag in Michigan. A week ago today, I spotted three potential shooter bucks and...
Photograph by Donald M. Jones If September marks the end of summer, and November hints at the coming of winter, October suffers from an identity crisis. From gorgeous Indian summer days to blizzards that rival midwinter, October has more extremes of weather than any month of the season. Show More Summary
Bill White and his sons Tony (left) and Andrew at a quail-restoration site in northwest Missouri. Photographs by Michael Sugrue Bill White makes me question everything I’ve heard about wild bobwhite quail hunting for the past 20 years: The land has changed too much for coveys to thrive. Show More Summary