Rack Magazine

Entries for June 2016

Who’s Your MOMMY?

Who’s Your MOMMY?

By Mike Handley

We’ve come a long way, baby. Or have we? The Cabela’s parking lot was full of men looking for a back to slap. They’d gathered around a pickup truck to gawk at a buck wearing nearly 200 inches of antler, and after wiping the drool from their chins, they cast about for the one man who looked most like a cat with a mouthful of canary... READ MORE

Pronghorn Double Play

Pronghorn Double Play

By Mike Lambeth

Might seem easy, but world-class antelope are needles in very big haystacks. The magnificent slanted-horn pronghorn stared intently at me from 70 yards. His ominous glare let me know I was an unwelcomed guest in his environ. My heart raced as I tried to steady my crosshairs on his tan-and-white frame, now facing directly toward me — just like... READ MORE

Surcharge Louisiana Style

Surcharge Louisiana Style

By Greg Hicks

When L.E. Bower’s granddaughter, Brandi, chose to go shopping rather than hunting on Dec. 27, 2009, she had no idea the decision would cost her an extra buck. While Brandi was busy finding ways to spend money that was burning a hole in her pocket that Sunday, her grandfather decided to do a little scouting, which, in Louisiana, means restokin... READ MORE

No Pressure for Her

No Pressure for Her

By Gita M. Smith

Trevor Wallace couldn’t look. Meanwhile, crouched next to him, his 7-year-old daughter, Morgan, was all eyes. Her grandfather’s Remington .22-250 was pressed to her cheek, and she was struggling to focus through its scope. A moment earlier, a buck with a massive rack had crested the hill with the rising sun behind it. The size of its an... READ MORE

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