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Scope Review: ATN HD 3-12 X-Sight Digital Night Vision rifle scope

If you live in a state that allows the use of night vision for hunting, the ATN X-Sight HD digital night vision riflescope would be an excellent choice of optic. The ATN X-Sight HD series of night vision rifle scopes are digital night vision scopes. Show More Summary

Read This: Hand-Built Outdoor Furniture

When the Death Star really starts blazing during the summer, we gardeners in the South and Southwest put down our shovels and trowels, do a little weeding or watering in the early morning hours, and mainly try to stay in the shade or a swimming hole until October. Show More Summary

Video: How to Make Mean, Green Bluegill Balls

The Bait Chef: How to Make Mean, Green Bluegill... by FieldandStream Bluegill are a refined, cultured fish, known for their appreciation of the arts, literature, and, above all, fine dining. They won’t go for just any bait, so if you want to catch a mess of them, you’ll need to appeal to their palates. Show More Summary

South Dakota Longnose Gar Record Broken Twice in Four Days

Photo by Spencer Neuharth and Riley Stanga Over four days, Hunter Rockne (right) and Riley Stanga (left) each broke South Dakota gar records. Two South Dakota bowfishermen  have each broken the state’s longnose gar archery  record— in...Show More Summary

The Big Bucks of 2015 Part II – #WiredToHuntWeekly 10

On this week’s episode of #WiredToHuntWeekly we’re back with Part II of our Big Bucks of 2015, in which we’re looking at bonus and extended footage of some of the biggest bucks from my 2015 season. Last episode we featured...

4 Factors That Led To Me Killing My #1 Buck Three Years In A Row

By Mark Kenyon For three years in a row now I’ve had the shockingly good fortune to put an arrow or bullet into my #1 hit-list buck during each of  those seasons. In 2013 it was Six Shooter a 5.5...

Springfield Trapdoor: America’s Breech-Loader

The Springfield Trapdoor was America’s first standard issue breech-loading rifle beginning in 1873. The advantage of rifles using metallic cartridges was quickly realized, and the hinged breechblock action of the Model 1873 was chosen over competing designs because of the ease by which existing rifles could be converted. Show More Summary

Operating Systems Omnibus 1: Tilting, Trapping, Recoiling

So far in our exploration of firearms operating systems, we’ve covered ten different mechanisms for locking and actuating an automatic firearm, with two supplementary introduction posts. There’s still a lot more to talk about, but at...Show More Summary

June 29, 2016 Featured Projects

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Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by kittykill. We hope you enjoy them! Super garlic & onion spread by LovelyMiss Frida’s […]

5 Items You Should Always Carry in Your Backcountry Pack

Photo by Tyler Freel The author on a backpacking hunt. For almost half my life, I’ve been on some sort of backpack hunt pretty much every year. Through those experiences, I’ve had to learn quite a few lessons the hard way. By its nature,...Show More Summary

Gun of the Week: King Louis XV Embellished Blunderbuss

/ This embellished blunderbuss was a gift from Catherine the Great of Russia to King Louis XV of France. Video by Jared Serign é.  To see the previous Gun of the Week—an Armalite 17 shotgun—click here. Stay tuned for a new gun next Wednesday. For more information, check out the Cody Firearms Museum page, or follow the Cody Firearms Museum on Facebook and Twitter.

New Hook Shots: Florida Snakehead Hunt

Hook Shots: Florida Snakehead Hunt by FieldandStream You ever have a fish you've always wanted to catch but failed? Then that fish plagues you as you scheme your next attack? For me, that was the snakehead. After a doomed mission for...Show More Summary

Why Your Smartphone’s Battery Sucks Is Finally Revealed

When it comes to modern consumer electronics, we all seem to be obsessed with finding an electrical outlet to charge up. That’s because the lithium-ion batteries that power our smartphones, laptops, and other gadgets have a performance problem: with each charge, they become less efficient, eventually becoming too unstable to function. Show More Summary

Win a New Cabela's Guidewear Coolcore Shirt

Photo by Cabela's Tell us why fishing is cool, and you could win this new Cabela's Guidewear Coolcore shirt.  It's hot out there! But the fishing has been great, and I have been comfortable,  because I've been wearing the new Cabela's...Show More Summary

Easy Shots at 872 Yards?! ABM AMMO & BERGER BULLETS gives it a shot!

Applied Ballistic Munitions (ABM Ammo) is producing a new rifle load that is lights out based on initial testing! They use a Berger.30 Caliber 215 Grain Hybrid bullet in their “Mission Ready” ammunition series for the.300 Win Mag. As...Show More Summary

POTD: Intriguing Monocore Suppressor Design

Found this photo with little to no context other than it is a monocore suppressor baffle design. I could not find out who made this or any other developments about this design. It looks cool but I know nothing about fluid dynamics. It sort of reminds me of the SilencerCo Maxim pistol.   The post POTD: Intriguing Monocore Suppressor Design appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

New Comp-Tac Revolver Holsters: IDPA, USPSA Compliant Models

Comp-Tac Victory Gear announced a number of new competition holsters for revolvers that are based on the company’s existing International rig. For those not familiar with the design, the International holster is an outside the waistband synthetic rig that uses a modular mounting design. Show More Summary

AMERISTEP: A Monster in the Woods

NEW AMERISTEP SANCTUARY IS THE LARGEST FIVE-HUB GROUND BLIND ON THE MARKET PLANO, IL (June 28, 2016) – This beast is no The post AMERISTEP: A Monster in the Woods appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Recipe: Rhonda’s Bristol Bay Salmon

Photo by David Draper This salmon recipe combines sweet and spicy, thanks to brown sugar and Sriracha sauce. I picked up this salmon recipe at a farmer’s market in Anchorage a few year’s back. Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program had a booth educating the public about the threat to Alaska’s wild salmon fishery from the proposed Pebble Mine. Show More Summary

Yeah, I Guess I Collect Xander Bogaerts

A few weeks ago, a comment left here by Gavin of Baseball Card Breakdown kind of opened my eyes a bit. I had mentioned that I don't player collect any longer because trying to get every card of a particular player is maddening (not to...Show More Summary

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