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Duck Dynasty and the Future of Duck Commander

by Eric R. Poole 0

G&A: You guys are both golfers if we’re not mistaken. If you had to choose one activity for the rest… more »


Man on the Street: Do You Hunt with Suppressors?

by G&A Online Editors 0

Within the past few years the number of states allowing for civilian ownership of suppressors has continued to grow. In… more »


Winchester Introduces Long Beard XR Magnum Turkey Loads

by G&A Online Editors 0

Winchester Ammunition is expanding its Long Beard XR turkey loads in 2015 to include a magnum option for hunters. Winchester created… more »


Art Meets Alloy: Hunter’s Dream Guns from 2015 Safari Club International

by Brad Fitzpatrick 2

Safari Club International, or SCI, is at the forefront of the battle to preserve the rights of hunters. Considered the 27th… more »


Hunting with Suppressors Now Legal in Florida

by Marion Hammer 4

As anticipated, on Friday, November 21, 2014, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted to remove the ban on… more »


Florida Aims to Lift Ban on Hunting with Suppressors

by Marion Hammer 0

This week, Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is expected to lift a 57-year-old ban on using silencers/suppressors on rifles… more »


Sportsmen Defeat Anti-Hunters in Maine Referendum

by David Hart 6

Bear hunters in Maine can rest easy. Voters rejected Question 1, a ballot initiative that would have banned the use… more »


Maine Bear Hunting in the Hands of Voters

by David Hart 4

The future of Maine bear hunting lays in the hands of state voters. A ballot initiative known as Question 1… more »


First Look: Winchester Deer Season XP Rifle Ammunition

by G&A Online Editors 0

Winchester Ammunition is continuing to develop cartridges tailored for specific hunting applications. In 2012, the company introduced its Razorback XT for hog hunters,… more »


Fact or Fiction: Push-Feed Rifles Won’t Cycle Reliably Upside Down

by Brad Fitzpatrick 9

For several years, controlled-round-feed (CRF) rifles have been the standard for hunting dangerous game, and almost every article written on the… more »


G&A Retrospective: Honoring Legendary Gunwriter Bob Milek

by G&A Staff 5

Many of today’s shooting enthusiasts aren’t familiar with one of the greatest gunwriters of all time, Bob Milek. During the ’60s, ’70s… more »


First Look: Mossberg MMR Hunter 7.62

by G&A Online Editors 8

Mossberg is adding a .30-caliber offering to their MMR-series of rifles with the MMR Hunter 7.62. Chambered for 7.62x51mm NATO, the rifle… more »


G&A Perspectives: Is Hunting With Technology Cheating?

by Tom Beckstrand 21

If Remington had surveyed potential customers about what features they wanted to see in future products, I don’t think anyone… more »

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New for 2014: CCI Suppressor 22LR Ammo

by G&A Online Editors 29

Now that suppressors are legal for hunting in several states, many folks are getting stealthy with their small game hunting…. more »


First Look: Benelli ETHOS Shotgun

by G&A Staff 10

The new Benelli ETHOS shotgun combines traditional Benelli craftsmanship with a whole lineup of new advanced features. Initially available in a… more »


G&A Basics: How to Choose Deer Bullets

by Craig Boddington 5

Let’s get serious. For the vast majority of American hunters, “big game” means deer. And that includes me. Nothing gets… more »


Bringing Home the Bacon: The Best Guns & Gear for Hog Hunting

by James Tarr 25

Anyone who’s cracked a gun or huntng magazine in the past few years has seen the huge explosion in all… more »


Gear Guide: Leupold Riflescope Roundup

by Craig Boddington 1

In 1907 Fred Leupold set up shop at 5th and Oak Streets in Portland, Oregon. Soon joined by his brother-in-law,… more »


First Look: Winchester Longbeard XR

by Ben OBrien 4

When I first heard of Winchester’s newest creation I though it was an all-out oxymoron. Of course, we all want… more »


G&A Perspectives: Does the .308 Fit the Long-Range Hunting Bill?

by Joseph von Benedikt 167

Against my better judgment, I’m sticking my neck out to address whether the .308 Winchester — aka 7.62x51mm NATO —… more »

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