For any parent, your children’s safety comes first in the case of a crisis or emergency. That’s why, in cases of disaster, it’s imperative to have the essential items for survival like an effective emergency survival bag that includes items for safety, recreation and sustenance. After making sure you have everything you need, prepare a …

Hunting on Public Lands at Risk!

  You may have seen the news that the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), along with other anti-hunting groups and individuals, filed a petition with the Interior Department demanding rules against hunting with traditional ammunition on public lands – one-fifth of the total land area in the U.S. We warned this was coming …

Since the late 1930s, hunters, target shooters and the firearms industry have been the nation’s largest contributors to conservation, paying for programs that benefit America’s wildlife and all who love the outdoors. In fact, the U.S. Department of Interior just announced that firearms and ammunition manufacturers contributed a record $760.9 million in excise taxes in …

Gun Dog Training: The DIY Method

When you get your new gun dog, you have a decision to make when it comes to their pup: professional or personal training. A Labrador Retriever that’s already trained costs upward of $3,000 depending on where you get it, according to gundogsonline.com. Training classes for your new pup will cost up to $700 or more …

Any sportsman knows that the right piece of wildlife or outdoor-related artwork can create just the right atmosphere in a home, lake cabin or hunting camp. Whether it is a sculpture of a deer, a painting of a lone coyote or a hand-crafted wood carving, nature-focused artwork has a way of grabbing the attention of …