Shotguns and slug guns remain very popular for deer hunting, for good reasons. Just consider these three aspects when you're looking at shotguns to use this deer season.
There are plenty of exciting new revolvers, semiautos and single-shots for all you deer hunting handgunners to choose from — take a look at what we found.
Thompson/Center Arms has announced the launch of its new entry-level IMPACT!SB line of .50-caliber break-open muzzleloaders, featuring a new, hand-removable triple lead thread breech plug and a Power Rod aluminum ramrod for easy loading.
The performance of muzzleloaders has greatly increased over the years to the point that they now rival centerfire rifles for accuracy at modest ranges. Bullets, primers and powders have played a role in this, and provide solutions for hunting in regards to longer ethical hunting distances with modern muzzleloaders.
Few deer hunting cartridges have survived for almost 150 years. Fewer still have maintained popularity in modern rifles. The .45-70 has done just that.
Hornady's ELD-X high-performance deer hunting bullets are designed to achieve the best of both worlds – short- and long-range shooting. Mark Kayser hits on all of its top features.
Winchester has a storied history of accurate deer hunting rifles, and the XPR is carrying on that tradition with several models featuring hot new calibers, all-new chassis and stock options, and more.
Steiner's new H4Xi hunting scope is designed for serious rifle hunters. High-performance glass and more make this top-quality scope tough to beat in any field situation.
A solid rest is vital for accurate, long-range shots at deer, and Mark Kayser has an outstanding tip for improvising a stable shooting stand in a blind or treestand.
Muzzleloaders have their own set of nuances when it comes to proper cleaning practices to be ready for deer hunting season. Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt walks us through three important steps for keeping those muzzleloaders in first-rate condition.