Clay-Breaking Gear | Shooting Sportsman Magazine

Clay-Breaking Gear

Celebrate the end of a long winter indoors by heading to the range with some of the latest clay-breaking gear.

A Rocketing Rock! | Shooting Sportsman Magazine

A Rocketing Rock!

Interior Alaska is reserved for hunting ruffed and sharp-tailed grouse, but once winter arrives, the dogs and I turn to ptarmigan.

I Can See Clearly Now

I Can See Clearly Now

One key to making a better visual connection with the target is to use shooting glasses with the brightest/sharpest colored lenses for the conditions.


Targeting Totes

These range bags come in various shapes and sizes, but they all are designed for one purpose: to keep shooters supplied and organized.

Invasion of the Hogs

Invasion of the Hogs

Feral hogs continue to expand their range—and as they do, bird hunters had better brace for the invasion and become part of the conversation about how to manage them.

Hunting Dogs - The Human Factor - Shooting Sportsman Magazine

The Human Factor in Dog Training

Ben O. Williams, author of Bird Dog, The Instinctive Training Method, preaches a more hands-off approach to training—letting dogs figure out things on their own.