Traveling with firearms isn’t usually a problem… until it is.
If you follow the rules, traveling internationally with firearms is perfectly doable. But when things go wrong, it can be a major hassle.
What’s the best time of year to plan a bear hunt?
Whether you have your sights set on a black bear or a brown bear, there are several considerations when choosing between spring and fall hunts.
Comparing the .375 H&H, .375 Ruger, .375 RUM, and .375 Weatherby, and more.
The various .375s are excellent cartridges for large game. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of each.
An African safari is more affordable than you think.
With some careful planning and saving, the cost of a plains-game safari in southern Africa is within reach even for people with average incomes.
How do you know how much gun is enough?
One of my favorite campfire argument (and writing topics) concerns the suitability—“adequacy,” if you will—of various cartridges for specific field applications.
In search of the world’s most exotic wild turkeys.
Hunting turkeys in far-flung regions such as the jungles of the Yucatan rivals almost any big-game hunt in terms of challenge and adventure.
It’s hard to go wrong when choosing between these two great calibers.
For deer-size game, there are two time-honored cartridges that remain among our most popular.
Opportunity or Plague?
Folks who have hogs on their farms or ranches generally don’t love them… but those who hunt on those farms and ranches do.
Why it’s a good idea to use a hiking stick on your mountain hunts.
As we get older, the mountains seem to get steeper, and the knees get creakier. A bit of support can help.
A hunt for big bears is one of North America’s top outdoor adventures.
I was glassing a bare ridge far across a deep valley when I saw him, the biggest grizzly bear I’ve ever seen.
The 6.5mm is red hot—and for good reason!
At the 2017 SHOT Show I was surprised and bemused to find that, in the sporting rifle world, the 6.5mm Creedmoor cartridge was the talk of the show.
Tips and tricks for making the most of your daypack to help you make steady, well-aimed shots in the field.
I honestly can’t recall the first time I used a pack as a shooting rest. For sure I didn’t when I was kid. I was a fledgling gunwriter well into my twenties before I understood the necessity for taking good field photographs, so I didn’t haul around a full-size SLR camera in a pack.