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    Cool winds are blowing and green leaves are changing to shades of red, orange and yellow. It’s fall, and the rut isn’t far off. The rut generally brings excitement and joy to a hunter. But it can bring stress to a motorist. As deer activity increases, sightings increase. As sightings...

  • The Benefits of a Suppressor

    I work at a gun shop. New and exciting products are always coming through the door, but one thing never changes. The people that walk through the doors are always intrigued by suppressors . People always have questions about suppressors. Here are the answers to a few of them. HOW...

  • Grandma’s Article Thwarts Grizzly Attack

    Maybe Grandma knows best when it comes to fending off grizzly attacks. At least that was the case recently in Montana, when a hunter remembered an oddball tactic mentioned in an article his grandmother gave him years ago. It might have saved his life. According to an article in the...

  • Video: Wild Turkey Fights Pet Gobbler

    Watch as a wild turkey gobbler struts and challenges a domestic tom. There's only one problem: the tame bird is contained behind netting. This doesn't keep both from trying though. What we do know is the wild longbeard's gobble wins hands-down . . . (Source: adessa182/YouTube)

  • Verizon Drops Outdoor Channel

    Recently, the world of Outdoor Television programming was rocked by the announcement that Verizon has dropped all programming by the Outdoor Sportsman Group Networks, including the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel. Such a move leaves virtually no true outdoor programming for Verizon subscribers. For some time, the Outdoor Channel has...

  • Training Tips: Keeping Your Retriever Sharp in the Off Season

    My dog, Beau, is a working dog year round. I enjoy running him in field trials and hunt tests, so he gets worked a fair amount in the ‘off season’. The benefit of living in the country also lends itself to a diverse, steady training regimen. Although year-round training in...

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