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Is the .243 Winchester a Viable Elk Cartridge?

by Keith Wood 0

There are few topics in the hunting world that generate more heated debate than whether any given cartridge is powerful… more »

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The Biggest AR Ever: NEMO OMEN .458 Winchester Magnum

by Mike Schoby 0

It is no secrect I like big-bore rifles. I also like ARs. So far, these two obsessions have been rather… more »

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10 Best Big Game Cartridges of All Time

by Brad Fitzpatrick 1

In selecting the ten best big game cartridges of all time, it’s important to define what “best” really means. There… more »

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Newfoundland Bowhunter Kills Potential World-Record Woodland Caribou

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

  For Newfoundland hunter Jeff Samson, what started out as an ordinary blueberry pick with his wife quickly became much… more »

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Is the .308 the Perfect North American Big Game Cartridge?

by Richard Mann 10

Books have been written, stories have been told and lies have been concocted in an effort to identify the perfect… more »

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Die Hard: HUNTING’s Toughest Game Animals

by Craig Boddington 0

Are some Game animals “tougher” than others? Some veterinarians dispute this, and on some levels, they are correct. Dismantle the… more »

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HUNTING’s Moose Forecast for 2014

by David Hart 2

2014 Outlook Moose hunters in some areas can be happy; success rates and tag availability are quite high. Maine, for… more »

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HUNTING’s Antelope Forecast for 2014

by David Hart 0

2014 Outlook Pronghorn can likely be deemed the easiest path to a trophy in 2014, as success rates tend to… more »

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HUNTING’s Elk Forecast for 2014

by David Hart 1

2014 Outlook Elk are in serious trouble, at least if you believe everything you read. Yes, wolves have decimated some… more »

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Mule Deer Drought: Western Hunting Regions To Avoid in 2014

by Josh Dahlke 0

Mule deer have faced a nationwide beat-down for more than a decade. But it’s not all doom and gloom, even… more »

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