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What was your expectation for the first presidential debate in particular when it comes to issues of interest to shooters, gun collectors, preppers, and survivalists? The gun issue did come up, but it was not thrashed out like some of us had hoped. On the positive side, Trump unequivocally supported Read More…

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According to waterfowl population numbers compiled by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the continent’s current breeding duck population (48.4 million) is down a tad from last year (49.5 million). But it’s still a solid 38 percent above the 1955-2015 long-term average for North Read More…

Hunting is a close-quarters game, and when a giant buck is just mere yards away, nothing can go amiss or your chances for success are doomed. One thing many even good outdoorsmen overlook is wearing leather goods while hunting. Here’s a short video on why leather-made products are a poor Read More…

Autumn baitfish and on the move, massing and preparing for winter. Gamefish populations in saltwater and freshwater are taking advantage of the “push” of bait. But it’s still hot and warm in much of America, and this makes for some unusually good night fishing around lights that Read More…

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As if Florida doesn’t have enough trouble with “invasive species” such as pythons, boas, iguanas, walking catfish, and many other species, now non-native mega-rodents are being found in the Sunshine State, according to the Orlando Sentinel newspaper. First discovered in Alachua Read More…