The supply of additional firearm parts and gear seems endless, so how do you choose which additions are necessary? In this episode of Tips & Tactics, sponsored by Cabela's Outdoor Fund, Kristy Titus makes her case for why your rifle needs a bipod—especially if you plan to go afield. Though it's another piece of gear that adds weight to your pack, a bipod is a tool that can be utilized on a hunt to help you make an accurate shot when it counts the most. Gabby Franco agrees that bipods are a worthwhile investment even if you don't plan to go in the field.
It's difficult to replicate the adrenaline and excitement of the hunt, but adding physical and mental pressures to your training will help reveal fundamental errors that are made with external stressors.
Because hunters rarely have the opportunity for a prone rest, practicing various tripod resting positions—under a time constraint and physical stress—will help you to become more accurate and fast in building a shooting position.
Safari Club International (SCI) presented worldwide hunter Susan Hayes with its 2020 SCI Diana Award at its annual convention in Reno, Nev., last February. The annual award, sponsored by the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum, is named for the mythological Roman goddess who reigned over wild animals and the hunt.
Because making ethical shots on a big-game hunt is a must, here are a few things you'll want to keep in mind when setting up for your shot.
It seems that the good folks at Thermaseat have finally solved that age-old question, “What do women want?” The answer—which we women have been cleverly hiding for eons—is to be warm.