Check out this Sage & Braker bore snake review where I discuss my recent experiences and impressions of the Sage & Braker bore snake. I was recently informed by my friend Fred (from Hunting the Rat) that he had just started a company called Sage & Braker, which produces and sells bore snakes to help hunters
Keep reading to learn all about the Taylor KO Factor. Developed by the legendary ivory hunter/poacher John "Pondoro" Taylor in the mid-1900s, the Taylor KO (Knock Out) Factor is one of many methods used for comparing the relative stopping power of big game hunting cartridges. While not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, the
Keep reading to find out my choices for the 7 best deer hunting calibers of all time. Deer are the most sought after big game animal in North America and many hunters take the sport very seriously. Discussions about the best deer hunting calibers have been occurring around campfires all over the world for decades.
Keep reading to learn about the history and recommended uses of the .32 Remington. Introduced by Remington in 1906, the .32 Remington was marketed as an alternative to the .32 Winchester Special. Hunters seeking a good bullet for hunting deer and bear that could be found in an auto-loading rifle were presented with a nice
Keep reading to learn the story about how I got my first blacktail deer. Blacktail deer are some of the toughest deer to hunt in North America. They inhabit thick forests in western California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia where visibility is often very short and hunting season nearly always coincides with bad weather.
Continue reading to find out how to choose the right gun for small game hunting. Most hunters have their first hunting experiences pursuing small game such as rabbits, squirrels, or grouse. In addition to being lots of fun, it is also a great way to introduce new hunters to the sport and teach them some
Keep reading to learn all about trophy hunting and why it is not as bad as some people say it is. Trophy hunting is a very misunderstood topic these days, even among hunters. The many misconceptions and myths that surround trophy hunting have helped turn it into a very controversial subject. Some of these misconceptions
Interested in learning about hunting ethics? Keep reading to learn about the hunting ethics that every new hunter should know. As responsible sportsmen (and women), it is essential that we behave in an ethical manner at all times. Unfortunately, the news is full of the actions of unethical hunters these days, which only gives anti-hunters
Interested in finding out how to zero the back up iron sights on an AR-15? Keep reading for some step by step instructions. Though many shooters these days use some sort of optic on their AR-15 as their primary sight, having a good set of back up iron sights is still a really good idea.
Continue reading to find out all about the history and recommended uses of the .30 Carbine. Designed by Winchester for the military in the early 1940s, the .30 Carbine cartridge (and the firearm it was originally designed for: the M1 Carbine), was designed to be "more than a pistol, less than a rifle." Used with