The principal reservoir for avian influenza viruses appears to be wild waterfowl
Training a flushing dog to efficiently hunt pheasants isn’t difficult, but it requires strategy
Who needs traditional wads anyway?
The most important aspect of shooting and hunting is safety, and older hunters can minimize risks by not only exercising but also choosing appropriate equipment, cover and terrain.
With hunting season fast approaching, it’s worth taking a fresh look at the role that the eyes, hands, feet and gun mount play in shooting.
Each year most shotshell manufacturers introduce new loads and/or changes to existing loads. Some years a few loads are introduced that prove to be...
A fine shotgun is a synthesis of form and function. One might make the case that quality, as defined by a shotgun, is the...
During the summer, one way to avoid heat-related illness is to train in more-open areas, so that there is air circulation. Even a slight breeze will help dogs cool down.
If you are setting up a group camp or really want to tailgate in style, these grills will up your culinary game.
Protecting dogs from the dangers of “mean seeds”
Sarah Shull’s practical, dog-first approach takes a handler’s experience into account.
A compressed look at springs
and their fabrication.