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6.5 Creedmoor – A 10 Year Overnight Sensation


The 6.5 Creed combines superb accuracy with recoil levels that even causal shooters can handle.

If you’ve had your finger on even a faint pulse of the firearms world these past couple of years you’re surely aware that the 6.5 Creedmoor has become the darling of the industry. It could hardly be Continue reading 6.5 Creedmoor – A 10 Year Overnight Sensation

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Wyoming Range Mule Deer Showing Signs Of Recovery


Mule deer in western Wyoming are bouncing back after suffering harsh impacts from last year’s winter. As part of an extended five-year study on mule deer in the West, the Wyoming Range Project, Continue reading Wyoming Range Mule Deer Showing Signs Of Recovery

Report Your Rabbit Sightings In New Hampshire


New Citizen Science Project Asks the Public to Submit Information and Photographs

Eastern Cottontail

If you see a rabbit, report it! NH Rabbit Reports , a new citizen science project sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension and the New Hampshire Fish and Game Continue reading Report Your Rabbit Sightings In New Hampshire

A (POSSIBLE) ANSWER TO THE PRACTICE QUESTION


It’s an article of faith among guides that clients never, ever get enough practice before they arrive with a glint in their eye, intent on bagging the biggest bull (or boar, or stag, or buck) out there. Continue reading A (POSSIBLE) ANSWER TO THE PRACTICE QUESTION