You may have to go Coronavirus hunting this fall. You won't be taking shots at these coronavirus specimens this year -- you'll be hunting for ways to avoid them. This doesn’t mean you’ll be stalking the sometimes deadly little virus. No. You’ll actually be hunting around … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Hunting This Coming Season
There’s something fishy going on when a stranger approaches, offers to be your friend, and leads you to River of Doubt fishing. Dan Simmons was the stranger, the Safari Club Convention was the meeting place, and Brazil turned out to be the fishy part of the business that ensued. … [Read more...] about Brazil’s River of Doubt Fishing
Long guns are a lot like clothing. They change based on fashion. Clothing fashion. Firearm fashion. What’s “in?” What’s hot? What are the beautiful people wearing or shooting? And does it matter? The modern firearm fashion is what I call the "nuts-and-bolts look." While I … [Read more...] about Is Firearm Fashion Changing for Better?
You might save money if you hire African San Taxidermy. You might save your Africa trophies, too. African San Taxidermy studio manager Karen Hoffman in the shipping room. Note the sturdy crates ready for shipment as well as the quality taxidermy of that eland and springbuck. … [Read more...] about African San Taxidermy Best Buy
I have a confession to make. A 308 Winchester confession. Brace yourself: The 308 Winchester is still one of the most overly-hyped cartridges in the stable, exceeded only by the 6.5 Creedmoor. But I still respect them both. 308 Winchester cartridges and fired cases. … [Read more...] about True 308 Winchester Confession
Can a 260 Remington really outperform a 308 Winchester? A viewer of one of our You Tube videos on the 308 Winchester compared to the 7mm-08 Remington and 260 Remington raised some good points about the fairness of such comparisons. This is the ammo tested and compared in the … [Read more...] about 260 Remington Beats 308 Winchester? Maybe
The 270 Winchester. Few cartridges in the history of North American big game hunting have captured the attention of shooters quite like it. Some 86 years after it was introduced, folks still consider the 270 Winchester fast, flat, and deadly. Because it is. Ahead of the … [Read more...] about Classic 270 Winchester Still Deadly
The sad 6.5mm cartridge history in the USA kept the 26-calibers in the cellar until Hornady finally broke through with the 6.5 Creedmoor. Hornady's 6.5 Creedmoor finally put the 26-caliber on US shooters' want list. World Beating 6.5mm Cartridge While 6.5s were popular … [Read more...] about Sad 6.5mm Cartridge History