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15 01, 2018
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What Is A Paradox Gun?

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Put simply, a Paradox Gun is a shotgun with a partially rifled barrel that enables it to shoot both slugs and shot with reasonable accuracy. Colonel G.V. Fosbery first developed what we now call the Paradox Gun back in the 1880s by adding a small amount of rifling to the choke on a shotgun. He

29 09, 2017
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10 Of The Best Muzzleloader Bullets For Hunters

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Are you looking for some good bullets to use in your smoke pole this hunting season? Well, here are 10 of the best muzzleloader bullets you need to try out.  As more and more hunters have started using muzzleloaders, the major ammunition manufacturers have devoted additional time, money, and energy towards developing good quality muzzleloader

18 09, 2017
  • 21 Great Hunting Books You Need To Check Out

26 Great Hunting Books Every Hunter Should Read

Are you a hunter looking for some good book recommendations? Well, here are 26 of the best hunting books ever written.  I love to read and I love to hunt. So, I decided to put together a list of my choices for the best hunting books of all-time. From tales of hunting in Africa by Boddington,

23 05, 2017
  • Read This Before Hunting Cape Buffalo With The 45-70 Government

Read This Before Hunting Cape Buffalo With The 45-70 Government

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Modern bullets and propellants have dramatically improved the performance of the cartridge compared to the original black powder load, but is hunting Cape Buffalo with the .45-70 Government a good idea? Few topics in the realm of hunting in Africa are as contentious of a subject as hunting Cape Buffalo with the .45-70 Government cartridge. One

24 03, 2017
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The .416 Rigby: A Classic African Big Game Hunting Cartridge

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Keep reading to learn all about the history and recommended uses of the .416 Rigby. When it was first designed in the early 1900s, the .416 Rigby was a quantum leap forward in the field of big game hunting ammunition. The cartridge quickly caught on as a favorite among hunters pursing large, thick skinned species of dangerous

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