By Todd Burgreen, GetZone Contributor New Ruger Redhawk The newly introduced 8-Shot .357Magnum Ruger Redhawk represents visible proof that reports of the revolvers’ demise have been greatly exaggerated. “What more can be written about a .357Magnum revolver?” I ask for a chance to explain. Eight-rounds of .357Magnum in a reliable package will entice many back […]
In part six Eye of the Hunter Spanish Peaks, After passing on two trophy ibex, both of which were still within active breeding age ranges, they stumble upon a huge, 15 year old ibex — a perfect trophy, but more importantly — an Ibex past its breeding age, and in the twilight of its life. By only harvesting the oldest animals, Spain’s ibex population is flourishing and providing real revenue to continue conservation efforts.
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2017 New Guns & Gear
THERE WAS A TIME when your choice of 1911s was pretty sparse. You could get a new, commercial Colt, or you could get a surplus M1911A1. The GI pistols were often rattly, and would need work by a competent pistolsmith to make it accurate and more functional for a particular use. My how times have […]
Daniel Shaw and Chad Larsen explain the reasoning behind the Aero Precision M4E1 upper receiver system and throw some integrally suppressed lead downrange at SHOT Show 2017.
Kahr was building all-American single-stack 9mm and 380’s before it was popular. Frank takes Daniel Shaw through their sub-compact lineup for 2017 that includes the Kahr Arms CM45 – one of the smallest 45’s on the market, made 100% in America. With consistent 6lb double-action trigger pulls across their lineup, and a wide variety of […]
The new Ruger American Ranch Rifle pushes a 260-grain projectile past 2,000 feet per second with incredible accuracy and innovative recoil-reducing enhancements. Featuring a unique muzzle break, Ruger’s patented Power Bedding system and a recoil-reducing stock — it manages recoil to keep you on target after pulling the trigger. Watch more new product videos from SHOT Show […]
In Episode Two of Extreme Huntress, we get our first glimpse of our huntresses in action, in the field. Taylor is headed into the bush at the world famous Triple 7 with Lindsay along as back-up, searching for a feral sheep. Meanwhile, Candace and Alison set their sights on a rusa deer. Who will be […]
In episode 19 of Extreme Huntress, it’s back into the field at the world famous 777 Ranch. Taylor, despite a lingering stomach bug, heads out to find an Aoudad Ewe, and Cassandra sets her sight on Red sheep. Who has what it takes to be 2017’s Extreme Huntress? Tune in to find out! Watch the […]
Eye of the Hunter
In episode 5 of Eye of the Hunter: Bighorn, Tom Opre and Tony Bynum, along with Tom’s hunting partner, Brownell’s CEO Pete Brownell, continue their trek into the wilds of Alberta, Canada, in search of monster bighorn sheep. With the assistance of Landon Collins of LC Outfitters, They head back to high elevation sheep country. […]
Spanish Ibex Conservation: In this episode of Chronicles of a Huntress:Spanish Ibex Conservation, Olivia Opre takes a look at how Hunter Conservationists, sound scientific management and legalized hunting have brought revenue to rural areas in Spain, and help to maintain a thriving healthy population of Ibex. Binge on all episodes of Chronicles of a Huntress: Bison […]
World Champion target shooter Kay Miculek explains for beginner shooters common shotgun shell loads and demonstrates shot patterns on paper targets.
In November of 2016, Henry Repeating Arms set out to make history and set new records with the 1000 Man Shoot. Less than a week after one of the most important elections of our lifetime, Henry Repeating Arms and the National Rifle Association (NRA) came together in an unsurpassed display of support for the Second Amendment at the Ben […]
Will Gadd is a world-renowned ice climber. He made history when he became the first person to ascend frozen Niagara Falls. He use to think it was impossible, but not anymore. This is so impressive, you just have to watch!
Chena River ‘Ice Monster’ captured on video! An Alaska Bureau of Land Management employee in Fairbanks was checking out ice on the Chena River Wednesday when he saw and recorded this “strange thing” that was moving up the river. The video, titled Chena River Ice Monster, was later posted on the BLM Facebook page. “Our […]