A look at Wyatt Earp’s firearms and perhaps his most popular sidearm, the Buntline Special.
We take a look at the traits that make for a good survival rifle and share with you some specific rifles you might consider to help you thrive in a pinch.
What makes a carbine, a carbine? Also, is it different from a rifle? How so? In this article, let’s go deep on carbines.
It’s a vital piece of equipment for any rifle shooting that’s even remotely long distance — join us as we walk through the steps involved in mounting a rifle scope.
The survival rule of three is a widely accepted guideline about how long you can go without certain necessities
in an end of the world type scenario.
The 12 gauge might be the king of shotguns, but there are many useful gauges that you could add to your collection. A 16-gauge, for example, might not get the attention of other bores, but it is a useful tool for hunting and target shooting.
Deer hunters make up the largest hunting culture in the world, with whitetails filling more freezers and adorning more walls than any other game animal. But there are seemingly as many different ammo and bullet options as there are hunters in the field each fall. So how do you determine the best bullets for deer hunting?
If you’re serious about deer hunting like I am, you have probably used trail cameras to assess your local deer population. Trail cams can come in handy and are great tools for tracking migration schedules. They can also capture things you wouldn’t expect to see.