Sports A Field

Bring or Borrow?

Is it better to bring your own rifle on an overseas hunt, or borrow one?

The Lion's Breath

With a lion just inches away, a hunter faces his darkest fears.

Not Just a Guy Thing

Women are taking to the hunting fields in increasing numbers.

Standard Solutions

Do you really need a magnum cartridge? The old standards still serve us well.

Red Stags of the Rakaia

Hunting free-range red stags and fallow deer in New Zealand.

Land of Enchantment

A pronghorn hunt on the high plains of New Mexico.

More Stories

Ding and the Ducks

How a conservation-minded cartoonist helped save America’s waterfowl.

Ding Darling was famous for his editorial cartoons, but his true legacy was one of the most successful conservation programs of all time.

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The Bedroom Window Ram

A young sheep hunter braves the hazards of the Idaho mountains in search of a very special bighorn.

At fourteen years old, Logan Reed draws his first bighorn sheep tag and embarks on an epic mountain adventure with his dad.

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Salmon River Rams

A forty-year dream of taking a bighorn sheep leads to the hunt of a lifetime in Idaho’s Salmon River Country.
The sheep hunt of a lifetime is even more special when it’s a father/son adventure.

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Something Special

Special-run rifles are a great way to own an interesting and accurate rifle without the cost of a true custom job.

In between factory rifles and custom rifles lies a broad spectrum of other hunting rifles, including so-called “special runs” available from some factories.

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Sneak Peek: New Sports Afield Knives!

Coming soon to a Sportsman’s Warehouse near you!

These knives feature real bone and wood handles, nice engraving, and expert craftsmanship.

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Lions At The Picnic

Increase your awareness of your surroundings by consciously training yourself to see what you’re missing.

Elspeth Huxley, author of The Flame Trees of Thika, recalled a family picnic in Kenya. Only after the photos were developed did the picnickers realize there had been two lions hunkered in the brush, watching them.

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When The Hunters Are Gone

A rural African community struggles to maintain its wildlife in the wake of a hunting ban.

What happens to rural African communities, and the wildlife that surrounds them, when the safari hunting businesses that helped support them go away?

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Making History

Famous female hunters have long walked the game trails of the world.

There is a long and proud tradition of female hunters, both in the United States and elsewhere, who have held their own and often exceeded the accomplishments of their male counterparts.

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An Economic Colossus

Hunting is by far the largest funding mechanism for wildlife, and the economic benefits go far beyond conservation.

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