News that Pence is suspending his re-election bid in Indiana to become Donald Trump’s running mate Thursday brings a history of pro-Second Amendment initiatives to the campaign.
Non-lead shot will be required when taking upland game birds with a shotgun in California beginning July 1, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced.
Montana hunting licenses can now be donated to a deserving disabled veteran, wildlife officials announced last week.
Despite a growing bear population,the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission this week voted against a hunt in the state for 2016 following controversy over last year’s historic season.
Thermal imaging for smartphones got an upgrade in quality with the announcement of Seek Thermal’s Seek CompactPro. The Seek CompactPro forgoes the standalone camera unit for a small adapter-like device.
Outdoor gear maker Bushnell announced upgrades to its popular wireless trail camera series. The Tophy Cam HD Aggressor Wireless builds on the successes of Bushnell’s trail cameras while offering a few upgrades to entice consumers to toss the old for the new.
Gov. Maggie Hassan last week signed a measure into law to allow hunters in New Hampshire to take game with a legal suppressor.
In an effort to reduce the overcrowded deer population on Staten Island, the city is moving forward with a $2 million plan to keep some of the stags from reproducing.
Available for a limited time, TrackingPoint’s NightDragon rifle is not for the faint of heart. Chambered in 7.62 NATO, the NightDragon incorporates night vision, target tracking and image stabilization.
Sig Sauer announced expansion on the company’s KILO rangefinder series with the addition of the KILO850 and KILO1250. The two new models join Sig’s popular KILO2000 introduced in 2015.