GunHunter

Entries for May 2015

Play It Safe with Your Muzzleloader

Play It Safe with Your Muzzleloader

By Sam Fadala

Hunting with blackpowder firearms isn’t inherently dangerous, but a little safety savvy is required. Accidents always happen to “the other guy.” Or do they? Sometimes that other guy is one of us. Take the man who was killed by a grizzly not far from my camp. Odds of a bear attacking him were less than being struck by lightning. Ho... READ MORE

The Forgotten .264 Win Mag

The Forgotten .264 Win Mag

By Richard Mann

This 50-year-old round has .270 Win power and even better long-range performance. For the most part, the .264 Winchester Magnum has gone the way of the pet rock, but as a young hunter growing up in West Virginia, I always wanted a rifle in this caliber. Visions of traveling to Montana to hunt mule deer in the wide open spaces made the .264 seem lik... READ MORE

The Reloading Revival

The Reloading Revival

By Richard Mann

The high cost of factory ammo and scarcity of .223 Rem rounds has sparked a modern-day handloading resurgence. This year marks Lee Precision’s  50th anniversary. Lee is celebrating this milestone with the introduction of a special kit that includes everything a beginner needs to get started handloading. It couldn’t have come at a b... READ MORE

Choosing a Deer Bullet

Choosing a Deer Bullet

By Steve LaMascus

Which bullets are best for whitetail hunting? Three hunting and shooting experts share their views. Four decades ago when I was a teenager, nobody in my part of the world put a lot of thought into selecting a hunting bullet, or so it seemed. We used lightweight bullets for varmints and heavier bullets for deer. Today, we know better, but with so ma... READ MORE

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