Crossbows have been around since time and memoriam, or at least historically since around 350 BC. Since then we’ve come a long way with improvements making them smaller, lighter, more compact and with optic packages that allow scary accuracy. The Parker Tornado Crossbow with Hawkes Scope is no ex
Decoys have been around for hundreds of years but today new technology has arrived for those of us with a disdain for having to carry 60-pound decoy bags on our backs like pack mules on an assault mission. These are the NRA FUD decoys: life-like vinyl prints on three-dimensional decoys that weighs
With gun size, caliber and ballistics comparable to a .357 Magnum less the punishing recoil, in Guns.com writer Andy Lightbody gives Ruger’s new SP101 in .327 Magnum one thumb up as hard striking compact, carry-concealed or home/personal gun of choice.
I am a gear junkie as I expect many of you are as well. I’m usually taken in by all the new introductions and I anxiously await the latest in just about everything from vehicles to firearms, ammo, clothing, calls, and all the ancillary items that promise to make my time out hunting easier. But,
When the Editors at Guns.com asked me, if I had favorite hunting vehicle, and could I write an article about it I gave them an unequivocal, No. The reason is, there is no perfect hunting vehicle that is going to suit everyone’s taste or cover their own unique checklist of requirements. The reas
For Browning aficionados, I’m probably a heretic, but truth be known, I never really liked or enjoyed shooting the venerable A5 autoloader shotgun that was around for nearly a century. It just never fit right. I thought the recoil was excessive, and after a couple of rounds at the trap or skeet
“It’s bigger, its better, its new and improved, faster, and has enhanced performance!” It’s a list that goes on and on for many products on the market today for virtually everything we buy. And most of the time its little more than “Madison Avenue” hype. However, once in a while, there are imp