If you believe a semi-auto should point and balance like a fine double, this is the gun for you.
Ringneck pheasants are easier to bag if you watch their reaction to your shot.
A boy takes his first buck in the southern Ozarks.
The public may now hunt 373 refuges and fish 311.
The story behind the beautiful Westley Richards “India” and “Africa” sidelock doubles that graced our recent Guns & Hunting issue.
A stare-down between wolf and sheep, captured by an artist’s brush.
This is the company’s first lightweight, titanium-framed folder.
A once-in-a-lifetime view of the waterfowl migration.
A fishing trip to remember, for sure.
See how biologists measure the annual salmon spawning run.
This bird hunt covered the same distance as three marathons and demanded half the time required by the Tour de France.
The council will work to educate the public on the benefits of Americans hunting abroad.
Back by popular demand, these hats are ready for whatever adventures lie ahead.
Gordon MacQuarrie just wanted to hear whistling wings one more time, but it wasn’t meant to be.
WWII veteran Arlen Hill still pursues wily toms each spring.
“The Greatest Hunters’ Convention on the Planet” runs January 4-7. Make plans now to attend!
Nothing escaped the “winds of hell” and the deadly, suffocating snows that swept across the Upper Midwest on that fateful day in 1940.
The bear got within ten feet before the birdshot took effect.
The national park will continue to be open to hunters, the only one in the country that is.
The Blue Star Mothers of Canandaigua work to serve those who served, many of them sportsmen and women.
Eight tips for pulling the trigger faster and more accurately.
A limit of doves, a limit of redfish, and a limit of trout. All in a day’s “work” in Texas.
A quail hunting vignette from the Greatest Generation.
Bear hunting sure has changed here in the southern Appalachians.
These deer nearly drowned as they fought in this creek bed.
Pa’tridge fever, Icelandic reindeer, giant moose, and more.
Waiting for the right buck to step out, not just shooting the first one you see.
Just in time for the holiday season.
These tall-racked bucks don’t let up.
The end of a reign of terror unlike anything the outdoor world has ever seen.