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A hunter in North Carolina bagged a 500-pound wild pig last month. “It was very surreal,” Webb told WNCT-TV. “It was a shock. It was very humbling to say the least, when you walk up on a beast that big and you say, ‘Oh my gosh. I had no idea that there could be something that[.....]

Previous springs are the main factor dictating the turkey population. (Steve Bowman photo)

By: Posted 03-12-2014 on OutdoorChannel.com in Opening Days by Steve Rogers Permitted use provided by: OutdoorChannel.com. When it comes to predicting the availability of birds for a particular spring turkey season, it helps to have a good memory. Because of how the weather conditions were two Read More…

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Often we focus on the cool tools and accessories when it comes to bugging out. We usually forget about what our pets need to survive an extended separation from home. Unfortunately, we assume that because our domesticated pets are animals, that they could easily switch back into wild survival mode. Read More…

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I want my babyback babyback baby… Glock 26 Yes every time I see a Baby Glock 26, I start to hum that stupid Chili’s babyback ribs commercial. Despite the association of “Baby Glock” and poor quality ribs at a chain restaurant, the Glock 26 has become one of the favorite concealed Read More…

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There are undoubtedly a plethora of AR manufacturers — some old and some new, some with long histories, and some just starting up. The AR brands that have done well are those that are innovative in their product line and that concentrate on doing one thing really well. The AR-15 community has Read More…

Birchwood Casey Rigid 10-Clay Silhouette Target

All shooters love to be accurate, and drilling bullseyes in paper targets can be great, but watching targets react to your shots is often a lot more fun, especially when you’re shooting with friends. This new target from Birchwood Casey provides an easy way to set up clay targets (a.k.a. clay Read More…

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Last Christmas my eldest daughter of 26 got me the neatest thing. It’s small, and at first reaction my thought was, “What in the heck am I going to use that for?” I put it up on my dresser drawers in the man cave and occasionally I would look at it. Then it dawned on[.....]