It was unseasonably warm for mid-February, even for South Texas, as I settled into my ground blind to see what might turn up that afternoon. The first three blind shifts had been unproductive only in that I had yet to have an opportunity at something I was hoping for — a nice axis deer buck and, later, a fat doe. Continue reading Bowhunting Axis In South Texas
As deer season ramps up, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reminds hunters to follow safety guidelines when hunting from a tree stand. Continue reading North Carolina Wildlife Commission Reminds Hunters To Practice Tree Stand Safety
When they could not find the perfect hunting rifle, Barrett built one. The Fieldcraft rifle is designed to be carried farther on long days in the field and perform like a Barrett at that critical moment. The stock is crafted from hand-laid carbon fiber to provide an ultra-light yet stiff platform for shooting from field positions. The stainless steel actions are scaled for their specific caliber and fully hand bedded to the stock, providing rigidity that optimizes the accuracy of a lightweight rifle.
The Barrett Fieldcraft is the perfect combination of ultra-lightweight design and heavy-duty performance. Yet another example of how Barrett is going to greater lengths for the precision shooter.
Many have heard of the North American Conservation Model and how well it has worked in preserving and increasing many species of wild game in North America. But did you know that 80 percent of the dollars that go into wildlife conservation in North America comes from various taxes on the sale of hunting, shooting and fishing related items? Individually a shooter provides more Continue reading The State Of Hunter Recruitment And R3