I prefer to hunt in untouched country as far from the crowds in iridescent orange as possible. The area doesn’t have to be an outpost at the edge of the world either. Just a place with as few roads as possible, which means you can probably have it all to yourself. That’s where the loneliness of wild and silent woods is full of splendor. Continue reading
The greatest compliment an engraver can receive is to be asked to participate in a major project that involves the combined talents of a group of firearms artists. This kind of project typically brings out the best of each of the participating craftsmen, and the results are the production of a very Continue reading
Editor’s note: On Friday we comb through the archives and reprint an article from one of our past issues. This week we return to the print magazine predecessor to our Hunt Forever blog, to cover some of the basics involved in a do-it-yourself elk hunt.
Elk country is vast and wild and elk use every acre of it to hide from hunters. Still, would-be elk hunters need not shell out big money to an outfitter as their only hope of hunting elk. By doing Continue reading