Hunting

“With laws enacted today, responsible gun owners’ FOID cards remain active while ISP processes renewals,” said Rauner after signing HB 4855 last week. (Photo: Rauner’s office) Moves to allow a grace period on gun card expirations and make more safety options available for hunters were signed into law by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner over the
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Magpul’s brand new bipod, which debuted at the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in May, is now officially shipping to consumers according to the accessory and gear maker. Magpul made the announcement late last week, adding that the M-LOK, Picatinny and A.R.M.S. 17S Style mounting options will now be available alongside the Magpul Bipod. Constructed
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The Tactacam 5.0 allows hunters to film their favorite moments in the field. (Photo: Tactacam) Tactacam adds to its camera series designed for hunters who want to capture every moment in the field, announcing the release of the Model 5.0. The Tactacam 5.0 features 4K resolution paired with 8X zoom and a 360-degree microphone. The
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The 6.5 Grendel produces flatter trajectories and reduced recoil for AR-15 shooters. (Photo: Hornady) Though the Creedmoors have dominated the long range shooting arena, the 6.5mm Grendel has enjoyed quiet success on the fronts of medium range shooting. Chambered for the AR-15 platform, the Grendel often doesn’t show its hand, but rather quietly gathers loyal
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The Helion XQ28F thermal monocular integrates with Pulsar’s StreamVision App delivering more capabilities. (Photo: Pulsar) Pulsar continues to expand its shooting and hunting accessories, announcing the new Helion XQ28F thermal monocular. The full-featured thermal monocular continues the Helion series featuring all the attributes hunters have come to love out of the series to include audio
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Gun rights groups argue outdated Sunday bans deny sportsmen access to the very outdoor resources they paid to support through Pittman-Robertson funds levied on sales of guns and ammo. (Photo: Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife) A popular bill to allow more opportunities to sportsmen in the state to take deer on both private and
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The JM Pro Adjustable Match Trigger was designed in conjunction with Jerry Miculek. (Photo: Mossberg) Mossberg sweetens the deal for precision consumers, announcing the release of an all-new drop-in precision trigger with the JM Pro Adjustable Match Trigger. Compatible with AR-15 and AR-10 rifles, the JM Pro Adjustable Match Trigger was created with famed competition
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Nikon brings a new line of riflescopes to its optics series, introducing the ProStaff P3. The series comes in a variety of looks, including a silver muzzleloader model. (Photo: Nikon) A new family of riflescopes is coming to Nikon’s firearms optics line, with the company announcing the Prostaff P3 series. The Prostaff P3 features eight
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The Rangemaster 2400 CRF 2400-R boasts measuring skills up to 2,400 yards. (Photo: Leica) Leica released an all-new laser rangefinder, adding the Rangemaster CRF 2400-R to its inventory of shooting accessories. Measuring up to 2,400-yards, the Rangemaster CRF 2400-R features a fast scan mode boasting measurements every 0.5 seconds. The Rangemaster CRF 2400-R delivers results
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Ruger introduces new rifle and handgun models, including the 10/22 Target Lite with red and black stock. (Photo: Ruger) Firearms maker Ruger announced four new products will appear on its rifle and handgun lineup, releasing new models of the SR1911, Security-9, 10/22 Target Lite and Ruger 77/17. The latest model in the 10/22 Target Lite
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The Viper G2 Bronze shotgun is a .410 chambered model with Cerakote receiver and Turkish walnut stock. (Photo: TriStar Arms) TriStar Arms announced its Viper G2 Bronze shotgun chambered in .410 is now available and shipping to consumers nationwide. The 3-inch gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun features a removable choke system utilizing Beretta/Benelli Mobile Threads. The shotgun
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Some guns blaze through history and forever change the face of firearms design.  The 1860 Henry Patent Rifle, though short lived, did just that. It’s now recognized as one of America’s greatest contributions to firearms design.  With originals rare and expensive—think $25,000 to $100,000—reproductions are the closest most of us will ever get to appreciating
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The Mountain Rifle is handy, but still hefty enough for steady off-hand shots. (Photo: Terril James Herbert/Guns.com) Factory-made traditional muzzleloading rifles fail to impress at times. The rifles available today are less expensive than they have ever been. Their accuracy and reliability when loaded properly should give a modern rifle shooter reason to pause. Unfortunately,
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McMillan’s A5-22 stock can transition from bench to prone shooting, according to the company. (Photo: McMillan) McMillan released the latest in its series of stock, introducing the A5-22 designed specifically for 10/22 barreled actions. The A5-22 stock is a slight tweak on McMillan/s A-5 precision tactical stock. Created for Ruger 10/22 actions and Kidd 10/22
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