Hunting guides don’t do their job for the money—they’re in it for the love of hunting. But sometimes that means dealing with clients who turn dream hunts into nightmares.
We’ve all made mistakes in hunt camp. If you can’t laugh at yourself, who can you laugh at?
Gun people have their own language, it seems. If you’re new to the gun scene and struggling to learn the lingo, here are a few terms you’ll hear.
Going guided? Here’s how to choose an outfitter that will meet your expectations and not dupe you.
Rifle hunting isn’t as simple as pick-up-and-go. Avoid these five major mistakes rifle hunters tend to make.
Just for fun, have you ever thought about what you’d want to own if you could only have one gun in a TEOTWAWKI situation?
You never know when something will go wrong and you’ll need to improvise—which includes shooting from your non-dominant side.
Hunting guides have seen it all, and if you can get them talking without naming names, they’ll have great stories about clients. Here are three good ones.
Struggling with your long-range precision shooting? Here are four reasons you might be missing the mark.
The nicknames we select for our firearms are a reflection of our personalities. Does your gun have a name?