Meopta's MeoPro 80 HD straight eyepiece spotting scope is an fine example of a bright, sharp, zoom telescope for hunters, birders, and any outdoors viewing. This is one of my favorite South African PHs, Geoffrey Wayland of Fort Richmond Safaris, trying to find me a big kudu. He … [Read more...] about How to Spot the Best Spotting Scope for Hunting
The best binocular for hunting elk and mule deer in the West is not the same as the brightest and most powerful binocular for seeing elk and deer. Size, weight, magnification, and objective lens size are all things to consider when buying the best binocular for hunting elk … [Read more...] about Best Binocular for Hunting Elk & Mule Deer
Bullet seating depth can make or break accuracy, but does it matter for velocity? You know how certain cartridges are condemned because long, heavy bullets take up too much powder space? The 260 Remington, for example. It’s supposedly inferior to the 6.5 Creedmoor because … [Read more...] about Bullet Seating Depth Misconception
The hatch was on. The attack was on. The black-headed grosbeak was on. Songbirds of the most surprising species and variety indulged in a feeding frenzy along our driveway this morning, July 17, 2020. The most surprising of all was the black-headed grosbeak … [Read more...] about Black-Headed Grosbeak Flycatcher!
Avoid these common five hunting rifle buying mistakes and you'll improve your chances for bringing home the bacon -- and venison and antlers and hides and... You can bring home the venison and antlers if you avoid our five hunting rifle buying mistakes and get the right rifle … [Read more...] about Five Hunting Rifle Buying Mistakes
The release of the new Hornady 6mm ARC (Advanced Rifle Cartridge) supports the perception that gun and ammo makers are engaged in a race to the bottom. Fast is better but slow means mo? Well, maybe... The Hornady 6mm ARC takes the 24-caliber into record territory — the … [Read more...] about Hornady 6mm ARC Joins Race to the Bottom
Riding wolves? It’s time to howl about the National Wildlife Federation’s riding the backs of wolves while pandering to passion in order to extract dollars. Many decades ago the National Wildlife Federation sprang from an association of local and state wildlife clubs to … [Read more...] about Riding the Backs of Wolves
It being spring and “rodent control season” on farms across the land, this seems an appropriate time to investigate the hot little pipsqueak 204 Ruger. In case you’ve forgotten, this modification of the 222 Remington Magnum case was presented to an adoring (some would say bored, … [Read more...] about The Diminutive 204 Ruger