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The early season isn’t the favorite time to bowhunt whitetails for many archers. But a lot of deer are arrowed when the heat is on, while many other hunters were still sitting at home waiting for the weather to turn more favorable, at least for them. Deer hunters used to walking and scouting Read More…

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At AllOutdoor we have hit on and around this subject several times in the past, but some recent changes in the marketplace have encouraged me to discuss some new developments. This in turn has created some new ammo buying strategies to consider. One of my hobbies if you want to call it that is Read More…

He's gonna show us how to shoot this shotgun.

What can I say about this one? It’s short and slightly tragic–and kinda funny. Two guys in some snowy woods, one of them shooting video of the other shooting a sawed-off shotgun. The camera man instructed him to “hip-shoot” the gun. But the dude with the gun wanted to make Read More…

Ruger Charger Standard Model 22 LR Pistol With BX-15 15-Round Magazine

Ruger’s Charger, the semi-automatic 22 LR pistol based on their 10/22 rifle, is now available in two polymer-stock models: Standard and Takedown. Previously, this little popper only came with a choice of laminated wood stocks in two colors: Brown or Green Mountain. The polymer option should be Read More…

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For decades now self-contained deer hunting blinds have been all the rage. What more comfortable way to deer hunt than sitting inside an enclosed molded blind completely protected from the elements. Certainly, the older I get the more apt I am to go to the shooting house rather than a ladder stand Read More…

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Bowhunters should practice at low bow poundage because it’s easier on shoulder joints and muscles, says Olympic gold and silver medal archery champion Jay Barrs of Salt Lake City. If, for example, an archer hunts with a bow set at about 65 pounds, he can reduce bow limb bolts a couple full Read More…

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Deer don’t travel a great deal during the early bow season because the weather is still very warm. They generally stick to river bottoms, creek draws, and drainage ditches. And they seldom travel far from shady, cool thickets with plenty of leaf canopy. It’s wise to locate those places, Read More…