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
Many a high school student would love to be hunting and shooting Shakespeare instead of reading him. But their attitudes change when they discover that eloquent old William wrote about shooting and hunting. Often. Please allow me to repeat that: Shakespeare wrote about … [Read more...] about Hunting and Shooting Shakespeare
We are complicating hunting in the U.S.A. Perhaps more than necessary. It used to be you bought a license, then a tag, and went hunting. When you filled your tag or the season ended, you were done hunting. Not anymore. We weren't complicating hunting too much 40 years … [Read more...] about Complicating Hunting
The poorly understood 221 Fireball is stuck in the middle, shaded by family members exponentially more popular. Short and sweet. The 221 Fireball may be the most efficient of our 22-caliber cartridges throwing .224" bullets. If you don’t know the 221 Fireball, don’t feel … [Read more...] about 221 Fireball Stuck in the Middle (With You?)
Pity the poor 222 Remington centerfire rifle cartridge. Yesterday’s super star. Today’s forgotten star. Killed off by a heartless upstart of it's own lineage. Seeing triple triple. Three 222 Remington cartridges triplicate the Two Two Two Triple Deuce, once the darling of 22 … [Read more...] about Who Killed the 222 Remington?
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