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Leupold VX-2 — The Birth of an Icon

By Dave Domin A couple weeks ago when I was tasked to write 1,500 words about the Leupold VX-2 rifle scope for Sportsman’s News, I thought to myself, “Uhh, the Leupold VX-2 is very, very, very, very, very…” Well you get the picture. After some thorough contemplation though, I figured digging back, way back, into [...]

Monster Pike on the Churchill River System

By Michael Deming As the fresh caught walleye sizzled in the pan, I couldn’t help but reflect on our first morning fishing at Ruffo’s Sportsman’s Lodge. Our total of big northern pike for the morning included five fish over 40 inches and a total of 14 fish over 36”, making it one of the most [...]

Grey Reef Anglers & Wingshooting

By Collin Dalley When it comes to trout fishing in Wyoming, the Gray Reef and Miracle Mile should be on your radar. These tailwater fisheries of the North Platte River are located outside the Casper, Wyoming area and are known for producing lots of fish with the possibility of reaching the 10lb + mark.

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Adventure Alaska – The Best of Both Worlds

By Kent Danjanovich Senior Editor As most of you know, Alaska is one of my most favorite places in the world.  In fact, with all of my travels to this beautiful state, I really can’t say that I have not had a great experience no matter where I have visited.  Each area holds special reasons [...]

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Year-round Big Game Hunting

By Michael Deming The end of the big game hunting season has always been a very big disappointment to me. As a child, I was more excited about opening day of deer season than Christmas. I could never sleep the night before the opener and I greeted each day with vigor. I’m sure I drove [...]

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Big Pheasant Numbers Predicted for South Dakota

29 August 2014

2014 South Dakota Pheasant Brood Survey Results Earlier this week, we released the results of the 2014 Pheasant Brood Survey results; which indicate higher pheasant numbers for the upcoming hunting season. Many of you may already be aware of this information, but if not, below are a few facts and some additional resources so you [...]

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Why Sitka Gear is the Best Gear Ever

29 August 2014

By Michael Deming In 2005, Sitka went from absolutely nothing to a major name amongst the hard core hunting world. Every outdoor magazine had a Sitka ad in it and the cover of many of the trophy hunting publications had pictures of guys with huge trophies, while dressed from head to toe with this Mothwing [...]

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Pro’s Pick: St. Croix Fly Rod & Waterworks-Lamson Fly Reel

29 August 2014

Fly-fishing has been around for ages and is considered by some to be the truest form of fishing due to the use of artificial, hand tied flies that imitate natural invertebrates or other food organism to catch fish. Some are drawn to this sport due to the challenge or adventure, while others may find it [...]

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High Powered Binoculars For The Trophy Hunter

29 August 2014

By Mike Deming Are you seeing anything”, was the question coming from the gentleman walking up to my truck. Before I could even answer, he informed me that he had glassed up the entire area all morning and had only seen a few small bucks that weren’t worth going after.

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September Words From The Publisher

29 August 2014

By Michael Deming Our main content and product testing time is in full swing right now and the office is somewhat of a ghost town. Thanks to our managing editor, Dan Kidder who keeps the wheels turning, we are all able to get out there and make sure we are a well-informed resource for our [...]

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Vortex Razor Red Dot

29 August 2014

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Three Gun is a major shooting sport around the globe. Using a rifle, shotgun and handgun, competitors quickly engage a variety of targets at a variety of ranges. In order to get maximum flexibility out of a single rifle for long-range and close-in targets, many Three Gun competitors will mount [...]

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Vortex Crossfire II Muzzleloader Scope

29 August 2014

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor For states that allow non-magnified optics for their muzzleloader season, the brightness and quality of Vortex provides an amazing single-power option to improve your odds. The Crossfire II Muzzleloader Scope from Vortex offers superior light gathering and easy to acquire target reticle.

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SKB iSeries 4909 Single Rifle Case

29 August 2014

Established in 1977 by company founders Dave Sanderson and Steve Kottman, SKB Corporation manufactured its first guitar case in a small Anaheim, California garage. Today, SKB is recognized globally as an industry leader in the design and manufacture of molded polymer transport cases.

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The Right Riflescope For You

29 August 2014

By Larry French Choosing the right riflescope is a task that has become increasingly difficult, thanks to technological advancements that sportsmen and -women could only have dreamed about a couple of decades ago. What makes our job as hunters easier makes our job as consumers tougher.

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Beretta A400 Xtreme

29 August 2014

Competitive shooting and  upland hunting are the heart and soul  of Beretta’s shotgunning efforts—but there’s little doubt the world’s oldest firearms company knows how to make a good semi-auto for the duck marsh. The new A400 Xtreme, which has a 3 ½-inch chamber, has been designed inside and out to hold up to the rigors [...]

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It’s September. It’s Soldotna

29 August 2014

We wait all year for this. The craziness of summer is past and yet fall brings its own frenzy. There is no better time to stalk the banks of the Kenai Peninsula’s intimate creeks for trout or steelhead, no better time to catch a boatload of bright silvers. Fish on your own or go with [...]

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Dick Stevens Jerky Mix

29 August 2014

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Getting your jaw worn out by the average bag of jerky is one thing, but making an entire meal of nuts and berries mixed with tender select cuts of quality beef or turkey is another ball game all together.

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Pro’s Tips: How to Properly Install a Scope

29 August 2014

By Shane Adair One of the most important pieces of a good shooting rifle setup is the selection of a good pair of bases and rings. This can be the make or break of your rifle. Don’t try to save $10 or $15 dollars by buying a lesser set of rings.

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Fishful Thinker: Why Do You Fish?

29 August 2014

Why do you fish? It’s a common question and one that many people can’t really answer – at least not in the philosophical way it’s typically presented. Some fish for sport, some for food or, if you’re like me, you just fish. I’ve always fished; it’s what I do and I have no real reason [...]

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Wild Game Recipe: Wild Boar Meatloaf

29 August 2014

The wild boar or “feral pig” was imported as a food source to America as early as the 1500s. Since then they have escaped from domestication and/or were intentionally released and have adapted well to a multitude of locations in the United States. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Ruger Launches Free Ammo & Mag Giveaway

27 August 2014

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR) announces the launch of the Ruger Free Ammo & Mag Giveaway. Those who purchase any new Ruger® LCP® or Ruger® SR22® pistol between August 28, 2014 and November 30, 2014 will qualify to receive a free box of Winchester® ammunition and an extra magazine for their firearm, a retail [...]

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