No matter how steady your hunting rifle, hitting at any range presumes a proper zero of your riflescope. Here are some tips to achieve better accuracy.
Of all the moving parts of a bowhunting outfit, setting up and tuning an arrow rest is trickiest. Do it correctly, though, and your accuracy will improve.
Timing is all about playing the odds when hunting mature bucks. Nailing that timing offers a huge advantage. Here’s how you can pull it off.
Much like renewing your wedding vows, getting back to the basics can serve even the veteran handgun hunter extremely well.
Settings aren’t the only thing that determine how aggressively some hunters pursue a buck. His personality may play a big role, too.
Wide-cutting broadheads can benefit whitetail recovery — or hinder quick kills. Choosing the one that works best for you and your bow is critical.
Funnels and pinch points often are discussed by hunters, but do you know the best hunting tips for these two critical areas used by deer?
The key to ambushing white-tailed bucks skirting the edges of legal shooting hours is catching them early during their evening journeys.
As crossbow manufacturers continue to push the speed envelope, trade-offs and compromises emerge. And the question arises: How fast is fast enough?
Achieving a well-balanced hunting machine requires a good mix of speed and accuracy when you're designing a crossbow for deer and big game hunters.