Buckmasters Magazine

Entries for February 2019

Scopes Simplified

Scopes Simplified

By Dave Henderson

How to pick a scope that’s right for your gun and hunting style. It’s called Queeny’s Landing, a historic wooden deer stand on the brushy shore of Peckerwood Lake on Wingmead Farms in east-central Arkansas. Wingmead is a waterfowling destination of large repute, the lake formed when long-ago owner Edgar Queeny dammed local streams... READ MORE

Take a Rest

Take a Rest

By P.J. Reilly

They’re not the sexiest accessory, but rests are the most important bow component. Don’t ask my friend Rob about the 2010 archery season in Wisconsin. It still gives him nightmares. Rob was sitting in a treestand in a nondescript Badger State woodlot one morning during the rut, when the cameraman watching his every move tapped him on th... READ MORE

A Perfect 10

A Perfect 10

By Angel Piccinni Chancellor

This first-time bowhunter knew it was her day to shine. I’ve had a thing for numbers all my life, and my favorite number has always been 10. When Gary Chancellor and I got engaged in the spring of 2009, I knew Oct. 10, 2010, would be the perfect wedding date. Gary was quick to kick that idea to the curb, saying there was no way he was going t... READ MORE

Hunting With Your Better Half

Hunting With Your Better Half

By Fred Eichler

Go slowly when introducing a woman to the outdoors. As much as we’ve been hearing about more women getting into hunting, the truth is there are still lots of them out there who would like to hunt if given the opportunity. Hunting is still a vastly male-dominated activity, so that means the guys need to step up and be mentors for those eager w... READ MORE

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