Sporting Classics’ editor hunts whitetails in a remote and game-rich area of Texas.
The gun has to be capable of dropping everything from ten-pound dik-dik to 2,000-pound eland.
Pursuing woodcock with a Parker VH 28.
The bear got within ten feet of the hunter before the birdshot took effect.
The sale will include four impressive works by renowned sportfish painter Stanley Meltzoff.
$4.8 million of that total were shelled out for sporting arms.
A three-day celebration of wildlife and nature through fine art, conservation education, and sporting demonstrations.
This rare decoy, which sold for $138,000, was originally acquired from Cromwell around 1915 by Dr. John Cunningham.
These remarkable offerings represent not only an opportunity for the buyers of fine firearms, but also for those wishing to sell.
Kick off the new year right with Sporting Classics’ latest and greatest issue.
A joint outreach of Ducks Unlimited and the National Wildlife Federation is working to save South Florida from itself.
Both eyes open and full of quail.
From Green Hills of Africa to The Old Man and the Sea.
Henry Repeating Arms has sold more than a million of its Lever Action .22s, with the milestone rifle produced in its 20th anniversary year.
TR gets meat and memories from a pre-Christmas deer hunt.
Putting the new over-and-under through its paces on a wood duck hunt.
“Dorsey Pictures has inspired millions through its award-winning outdoor adventure programs.”
A disappointing Christmas led to a positive outcome for generations of pocket-knife-carrying men.
The rack won’t be officially measured until January, but at 255 inches, it’s definitely in the running.
Two rams duke it out on the side of a busy Colorado road.
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South Carolina’s first poet laureate recounts a holiday hunt on the family plantation.
Using the “overhyped” 6.5 Creedmoor to take not one but two Beceite ibex.
Turn up the volume as you watch this gaggle of snow geese take off.
Rod and lure suggestions for when your fishing cools.
Each year the organization commissions a rifle to celebrate a continent’s hunting heritage, and each year we‘re impressed.
Iceland can’t supply enough guides to meet anglers’ demands.
This story by an unknown author reminds us the best gift of all is sharing with those in need.
Ditch the treestand and kill your bucks at eye level.
Space is limited, and pegs are going fast. Don’t miss out!