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Hot Gear: Upgrade Your Shotgun for the Ultimate Deer Season

Way back in the day, and I mean decades ago, the man of the house might have a well-used and treasured 20- or 16-gauge shotgun that served multiple purposes around the home or farm. During hunting season he could slip a couple of handfuls of shells into his well-worn jacket and go hunting. He...

Hot Gear: Protect Critical Gear with Waterproof Ammo Box

Plano’s venerable 1312, 1712 and 1612 Field/Ammo Boxes have served hunters and shooters around the world for more than a decade. These practical, molded-plastic ammo cans are durable, won’t rust, and provide a secure and economical means of storing and transporting ammunition and other shooting accessories. Specifically, worldwide sales of the big Model 1612...

National Rifle Association Membership Says it All

Millions and millions of American families are celebrating the amazing springtime spirit of renewal like they mean it! Fresh fish filets and wild turkey breasts are cooking all across the land, along with those incredibly scrumptious morel mushrooms, wild scallions, leeks, fiddle-head ferns and some early wild berries. Wild asparagus will sprout soon and...

Hot Gear: The Gun Tool You Don’t Want to Be Without

The icons and verbiage on the packaging of the Real Avid Gun Tool Pro-X multi-tool make a bold statement: “The Gun Tool Pro-X can be used to quickly and efficiently break down and repair rifles, ARs, shotguns and handguns in the field, using 30 multi-functional tools tucked into a compact frame.” Let’s take a...

Hone Your Projectile Management Instincts All Year Long!

Ahhh…  to contemplate the trajectory of one’s life. To envision our path in life. To take control of our destiny. Even the road less traveled needs to be negotiated with attentiveness and discipline. Zen, the origins of man’s earliest religion is to be the next step instead of just taking the next step. Now,...

With Your Deer Rifle or Favorite Plinker, Always Be Safe

Once deer season ends folks usually take a bit of a breather and decompress from what may have been an enjoyable or uneventful few months in the woods. Putting away the gear, reflecting on the season and thinking about next year — even if it’s seven or eight months away — is a good...