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9/9/2013

Rimfire History

While centerfire cartridges, with their wide range of power and better downrange accuracy, probably rule the shelf space dedicated to ammunition in your local gun shop, rimfire loads, particularly in .22 caliber, still enjoy a great deal of popularity among today’s shooters. Just ask anyone who has tried to buy .22-caliber ammunition in the past year.
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9/7/2012

A five-time Olympian tells what it takes to win and how she got there. (Part 1 of 4)

Among Kim Rhode's most significant accomplishments, she has won Olympic gold three times.
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9/5/2013

Value in Fertilizer - Grant Woods

Many hunters are preparing to plant fall food plots. My favorite food plots for hunting purposes are Hidey Hole plots, which I’ve described in past blogs. It’s important to remember that food plot forages are only as nutritious as the nutrients available in the soil.
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9/3/2013

Get Ready for Dove Season with TrAAcker

In just one week, dove seasons around the country will open, ushering in the traditional kick-off of the fall season for many sportsmen in much the same way the Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer for countless seaside and lake communities. Dove hunting has a rich tradition, particularly in the South, where gatherings to hunt the bird become huge social affairs, complete with pre and post-shoot barbecues, and plenty of opportunity to brag upon or crack jokes about the performance of the shooters that ring the field.
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9/3/2013

Decoy Success - Melissa Bachman

When it comes to using decoys it can really bit hit or miss, but when everything comestogether and the time is right - they can be one of the most exciting and effective ways tohunt whitetails. Just like everything, there are things you can do to increase the oddsand chance of success.
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9/29/2013

.17 Winchester Super Mag by the Numbers

American Rifleman Managing Editor Aaron Carter was one of the first sportsmen in America to get a crack at Winchester’s headline making introduction of the .17 Winchester Super Magnum earlier this year. Carter hit the range and offered up the following comparisons to the new round, and other top rimfire and varmint loads.
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9/26/2013

Fibromas - Grant Woods

This time of year almost every hunter and trail camera are out in the woods. I always receive lots of questions about odd sightings for pictures taken by trail cameras. One of the most common questions is about the numerous brown “tumors” seen on deer asking if it’s a strange new disease that impacts the safety of the venison for human consumption.
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9/24/2013

Food Plots - Melissa Bachman

Food plots can be a very helpful tool when hunting whitetails. They can actually be pretty cost effective, and done without any big equipment. There is a common theme among most people who plant food plots - they want something that will easily grow and can be done on a budget.
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9/23/2013

Heavy Bullets and Wind Drift

Even with all of the information available to shooters these days, as well as their own experience at the range and on the field, there remains a lot of misconceptions about loads and firearm performance. According to veteran gun and outdoor writer Ron Spomer, one of the biggest is “the notion that heavy bullets drift less in the wind than light bullets.”
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9/19/2013

Red Oak Acorns - Grant Woods

Last week in this blog I wrote about white oak acorns. Deer prefer white oak acorns because they aren’t as bitter as those from red oaks as they have lower tannic acid content. However, this doesn’t mean you should ignore red oaks when scouting.
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