The following six hunting rifles are no longer in production yet still find their way to the deer woods each fall in the hands of hunters.
The lever-gun is a staple of American culture and deer hunters and one of the most widely spread but often forgotten of these designs is the Savage 99.
If you want to put meat in the freezer or trophy racks on the wall this deer season, here are six tools to increase your success.
For more than fifty years Remington has dominated the pump-action rifle market with their fast firing Model 7600 without any signs of slowing down.
16 gauge shotguns have shown me their unmatched versatility in the dense woods of my home state, taking whitetail deer, grouse and everything in between.
Hunters know whitetails like to pop up at random distances. How far away? You can guess, but now we have rangefinders. Question is, are they worth the cost?
The M-223/308 line is Nikon’s entry into the “tactical” optics market and promises features available on scopes selling for hundreds of dollars more.
To many, “sporterizing” a milsurp rifle is akin to painting the holy cross purple but from a historical standpoint they have just as much significance.
From the days of the Civil war, the Henry Repeating Arms company has been there. Here are six reasons why any gun-lover should be aboard the Henry wagon.
There are quite a few rounds out there that tailored to the needs of new hunters (and maybe even new shooters also) and here are my top five.