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Fur Taker's Delight
To some, a rifle is a rifle is a rifle. If it hits generally where it’s looking and delivers ample power to put the target in the freezer, it’s good enough. For the majority of big game hunters, that’s pretty much true, but to a fast-growing segment of the hunting community, using just any rifle will eventually cost them results. To the hardcore predator hunter who calls his targets in-your-face close, every factor in a rifle’s design is critical. If the barrel is too long, it will cost him targets that require a fast swing in tight brush. If accuracy is so-so, he won’t connect on the stubborn customers that hang way out there. Any glint or shine will give away his position, and to score on the double targets that frequently answer his call, the rifle must cycle, eject and re-chamber a round lightning-fast with no hang-ups. Yes, any rifle can kill a predator, but the serious predator hunter needs a gun that addresses all those needs. Until January 2007, the perfect pred... More

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Recent Features

Cleaning a Rifle Bolt
Too many hunters neglect the primary moving part of their bolt-action rifle: the bolt. That’s a mistake, because a malfunctioning bolt is one of the chief causes of rifle failure, especially in freezing weather. If you want your rifle to go boom instead of ...
 

Hunting Accuracy: How Much Do You Need?
Ever been at a shooting range prior to the season opener and overhear someone say, as they’re looking at a retrieved target, “That’s good enough for hunting” or “More than minute of deer”? Those and similar comments suggesting pinpoint accuracy isn’t really...
 

Ranch Rifle Redux
The ideal coyote rifle? How about an accurate, easy-carrying carbine that shoulders quickly? Song dogs don’t always give you a standing shot, so a rifle that delivers fast follow-up shots would be great. When Ruger’s Mini-14 came along, I thought I had my a...
 

Coping With Wind Drift
One of the more common bits of advice to shooters is “Allow a little for the wind.” Most of us know the wind will blow a bullet off course. Most of us don’t know how, why or how far. Any of us planning on shooting much beyond 200 yards should. Wind can turn...
 

Pick Your Performance Range
A hunter wanting to push the limits of long-range shooting with more room for error needs a flat-shooting rifle. Remington’s .300 Ultra Mag, launching a 180-grain bullet at over 3,200 feet per second, is one of the flattest-shooting cartridges available. B...
 
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Larry Teague / GunHunter Editor

Larry Teague

Larry Teague has been an outdoors writer and magazine editor for 35 years. He landed his first writing job, penning hunting and fishing reports for the Houston Post newspaper, in 1977. From 1980-1985, he was editor of Gulf Tide magazine, published by the Gulf Coast Conservation Association. For 12 years, Teague was editor of Southern Outdoors magazine, published by B.A.S.S. Inc. He also edited Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World magazine and numerous firearms books before becoming the founding editor of Buckmasters GunHunter Magazine in 2003.

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