Can you shoot bullets too fast to expand when they strike game? Some folks seem to think so. Bullets Too Fast for Bears I was in bear camp where our Canadian guide, a capital fellow, was doing his best to make sure his clients were properly prepared for their hunts. He … [Read more...] about Bullets Too Fast to Expand?
You might be thinking you need to buy a short-action rifle so you can shoot one of the vastly superior short-action cartridges, especially the 308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor. Think again. There’s nothing wrong with short-action rifles and cartridges, but … [Read more...] about Short-Action Rifle Versus Long-Action
In our last post we selected the 300 Winchester Magnum cartridge as the best, all-round compromise for handling everything from brown bears to blacktails in our perfect Alaska rifle. Now let’s select the actual rifle for igniting those cartridges. The Ideal Action for the … [Read more...] about Here’s Your Perfect Alaska Rifle, Part 2
The old 30-06 Springfield seems to have become the Rodney Dangerfield of centerfire rifle cartridges. If you are one of the many who "don't give it no respect," you might want to study its potential and reconsider. Recently a young hunter in camp shot a mule deer at … [Read more...] about Five Reasons Why 30-06 Springfield Is Best
I started hunting whitetail deer in 1966 by moving through the woods, hunting for them. Fifty years later, I'm still still-hunting. Still-hunting is the ancient technique of actively seeking prey. It is practiced by mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, bears, wolves and … [Read more...] about Still-Hunting Secrets Revealed