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Quick Accuracy Fixes
Sometimes new rifles don’t shoot as well as we’d like, or worse, a previously dependable rifle goes off its feed. Operator error is often the culprit with a rifle that throws bullets across a target like a slingshot flinging rocks. When the gun it...

Hand Warmer, Rubber Band & Tink's Trick
Here's a little trick I like to use during the rut, especially on cold days. It's really easy and will help you conserve your liquid scents, saving you money in the end.

Serious Mojo
If  Dave Wachtel should happen to scoot through a turnstile, you'd best start looking for the confetti and balloons to drop. If he buys a lottery ticket, send the CPA to his address. And if you invite the 37-year-old former restaurateur to hu...

Chicken & Buttermilk Dunklins
Seems like most chicken and dumpling recipes are too thin and soupy for my taste. And they leave guests fighting for their fair share of dumplings. Not my recipe! When proportioning it out, I accounted for those common shortcomings and created the be...

Desire+Location+Persistence = Bruisers
Desire is the first building block to arrowing a bruiser buck. You have to be able to keep the fire going all year. Scouting year-round creates opportunities to witness the magical growth of a buck’s antlers, and there’s nothing that lights the fi...

Food Plots
I'm surrounded by corn and soybeans, so are food plots even necessary?

Crazy Weather, Crazier Hunter
-- It was an extremely wet and cold Halloween day in Dayton, Penn., when I hunted on my family farm located about an hour northeast of Pittsburg. Snow and heavy rains were arriving from a hurricane tearing through the East Coast, and I was soaked...

A Royal Adventure!
On June 28, 2013, the Heart of Texas BADF Chapter sponsored a very special Life Hunt, the first of its kind for our chapter. This would be the very first hunt for 8-year-old Royal Hutchinson, who was recently diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrop...

A Royal Adventure!
On June 28, 2013, the Heart of Texas BADF Chapter sponsored a very special Life Hunt, the first of its kind for our chapter. This would be the very first hunt for 8-year-old Royal Hutchinson, who was recently diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrop...

Express Delivery
As venerated as the Marlin 336 lever-action rifle is by the millions of hunters who own one, it’s understandable if a lot of them have inferiority complexes. Why? Because almost every year they see new hot-rock cartridges introduced that they know...

New Milestone for Families Afield—1 Million New Hunters
From National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The future of hunting is brighter today than it was nearly a decade ago thanks to the extraordinary success of Families Afield, an innovative program that has introduced 1 million newcomers to hunting.

Failing Food Plots?
Hardpan could be the culprit for your failing food plots. You might have noticed that some or all of your plots are not producing like they used to or that they seem to be prone to failure in the summer months. One factor that you might not have co...

The Bad News Buck
For my dad, getting up early on a cold morning, layering himself in camouflage and then sitting in a deer stand or duck blind rates right up there with breathing. He lives for (and because of) it! Half his wardrobe is camo, and I guarantee that he g...

Vanishing Bucks
Have you ever wondered why you couldn’t locate a specific buck you hunted the previous season? For years, I would have high expectations and visions of the antler development on the leftover bucks after each hunting season. However, without fail, ...

Antler Growth and Velvet
Bob, I have questions regarding antler growth. I ask because of an August 13, 2013 image caught on my trail cam of a very large adult buck in upstate New York.

Scent-Lok's Mike Andrews
Buckmasters lost a proud supporter, faithful colleague and wonderful friend this week in the passing of Scent-Lok's Mike Andrews. Anyone who has watched Buckmasters' television shows for the past 16 years will recognize Mike from the many hunts he ...

Pass It On Down
-- As someone born and raised in rural South Georgia, I'm blessed to have grown up knowing the joy and excitement of hunting deer, turkey, dove, quail and hogs. To this day, I can vividly recall getting buck fever when my first big whitetail appe...

Zeroing a Riflescope
Every year as the hunting season approaches, neighbors and friends start dropping by my house for assistance sighting their rifles. This occurs quite often not only because I have a range but also due to the fact that many hunters don’t know how t...

Wet Weather Gun Barrel Tip
When I'm out on a muzzleloader hunt, I always take a small piece of electric tape and place the tape over the end of my gun barrel. This is really an advantage on rainy days and on mornings when heavy dew is falling.

Mathematical Functions
After twice bumping a 10-pointer that was every bit of 40 inches BIGGER than the 130ish 4x4 he'd shot during his trip to Illinois in 2003, Carson Bradford was painfully aware of how short three days can be. That's how long the state's first (of...
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