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How To Build A Race Pistol


How To Build A Race Pistol

So you are getting into the competition side of shooting and are considering a do-it-yourself race pistol build, but you just don’t know where to start. There are so many modifications and options, that it can be a bit confusing. Building a race pistol can be fun, customizing it to your liking. Start with knowing the rules of your competitions...


Rimfire vs. Centerfire What You Need to Know


centerfire vs rimfire guns

For those who are just getting into firearms, one of the first things to consider is caliber. You might have heard terms like rimfire and centerfire, but what does that mean? Most rifles, shotguns, and pistols use a centerfire cartridge which means they have a primer in the center of the back of the casing. Some cartridges, often smaller, use...


How to Keep a Clean Camp Kitchen


How to Keep a Clean Camp Kitchen

Getting sick at home is bad enough, but getting sick on a camping or backcountry trip is even worse! Not only do you lack the comforts of home, but foodborne illnesses in the backcountry can turn into a serious medical episode. The worst part, though, is a ruined trip. We know how important it is to filter water to avoid...


How to Choose the Right Fishing Boat


How to Choose the Right Fishing Boat

Anglers around the country fish different types of water, and as a result prefer different types of fishing boats. While some boats can be utilized as a "jack of all trades," there are certain boats that excel when it comes to different bodies of water and fish species.  Let's look at the advantages and disadvantages of the common types of...


5 Tips for Hunting Migrating Ducks


5 Tips for Hunting Migrating Ducks

Duck hunting is one of America’s favorite pastimes. It is especially fun when hunting with family and friends. Duck hunting is just as much a social outing as it is a hunt and the fact that they taste so good doesn’t hurt either. The best odds you have of limiting out are on migrating days. Let’s take a look at...


What's the Best Shotgun Gauge and Load for Squirrel Hunting?


What's the Best Shotgun Gauge and Load for Squirrel Hunting?

Small game hunting has been a time honored tradition in America for hundreds of years. It’s often the first type of hunting any of us ever did. I remember going into the woods with my grandpa when I was young. I had a single shot .410, and I learned the basics of hunting and woodsmanship. If you’re starting out you...