Prosecute or forgive poacher? How would you handle the following situation? We were heading to town for an appointment on the last day of the deer season when we discovered an unfamiliar pickup truck parked in the driveway. Snacks in the cab, camouflage gloves, 4x4 in the … [Read more...] about Prosecute, Persecute or Forgive Poacher?
A copper versus lead bullets video we recently released is generating the anticipated duels. Hate ‘em. Love ‘em. Useless. The best. And that’s for both sides. But what’s the truth? Are lead core bullets better than copper or vice versa? Before you decide, you might want to … [Read more...] about Copper Versus Lead Bullets
The 280 AI, 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler. A reader recently asked which was best for hunting. Let's dive into the deep end of this pool and figure it out. The answer might surprise you. Hi RonI have a question concerning 3 cartridges. 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler and the 280Ai. Recoil aside … [Read more...] about 280 AI, 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler Best?
Can there really be One Gun To Rule Them All? Of course not. But it is possible to find one centerfire rifle to handle all your medium and big game hunting needs. Whether you're pursuing pronghorn or polar bears, whitetails or wapiti, duikers or eland, the right rifle and … [Read more...] about Borden’s One Gun To Rule Them All
Are there government spies on your land? Do you think it's right for any government agency to mount trail cameras and other spying devices on your farm, ranch? My knee-jerk reaction is not only NO, but HELL NO. Yet, on further reflection… There is a disturbing case in … [Read more...] about Government Spies on Your Land?
Aren’t you about sick of this lockdown? Zambeze Delta Safaris to the rescue. The current Covid 19 pandemic reminds me of what the veterinarian said when my dog ate a wash cloth: “This too shall pass.” And when the covid craziness fades, my wife and I are celebrating. We're … [Read more...] about Zambeze Delta Safaris: Post Covid Adventure Coming
You can click the link above to hear the first RSO podcast, The Ride, in which I read one of the first articles I sold as a young freelancer. It appeared in the Waterfowl issue of Gray's Sporting Journal, Fall 1976. It put me, as you might imagine, on cloud nine for several … [Read more...] about First RSO podcast: The Ride
Initially I thought the Byrna HD was a dumb idea. A handgun that wasn’t? A big, deadly-looking handgun that could invite retaliation without being capable of delivery sufficient punch-back? I was leery, to say the least. But I got a test sample, examined it, loaded it, … [Read more...] about Byrna HD Self-Defense Pepper Launcher