This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi walks us through the tactics he uses when things get smokey out west.
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There are three main types of shotguns that are used in hunting. These three shotguns are the autoloader, the pump-action, and the break-open shotguns. All of these shotguns are good and in the end it comes down to personal preference, especially when it comes down to the game one is pursuing. Here is an in-depth look at the hunting shotguns pros and cons.
Sometimes called autoloaders or, incorrectly, automatic shotguns, harness...
Spot and stalk hunting is easily the most rigorous and demanding form of big game hunting. The method is well suited to open or semi-open spaces, where a hunter can locate his prey at a distance before stalking into effective killing distance without alarming the animal.
The spot-and-stalk method is as applicable to a Dall sheep hunter who’s looking at a ram on the top of a mountain that’s three miles away as it is for a Florida hog hunter who...
Hunting is a highly regulated activity in the USA. Wildlife is managed at the state level, with state game agencies, supported by license sales, deciding who gets to hunt what, where and how.
These rules and regulations can and do change annually and are published in a booklet and online. Each state’s regs are different and it is the hunter’s responsibility to get a hold of a copy and study and know the laws inside and out. The information below...