The Scout was built to Gunsite founder Jeff Cooper's exacting specs...and yours. The Scout rifle by Steyr is everything that a modern rifle should be, but it's definitely a splurge...unless, of course, you live within driving distance of Steyr Arms US' corporate headquarters in Bessemer, Alabama. If you do, then you really should know that Steyr's having an Open House and … [Read more...] about WATCH: Steyr’s Ultimate Do-Everything Rifle, the Scout
There's nothing that brings a flood of adrenaline and fear like being shaken awake in the middle of the night--Honey, I heard something downstairs--but for Holosun optics, it's the moment for which they were created. They call it Shake Awake technology, and it means that you'll never have to worry about discovering that your red-dot, open reflex, or tube sight is out of battery … [Read more...] about Holosun’s Shake Awake Defensive Gun Sights: Power When You Need it Most
Hurricane season is underway, and whether you're a bona fide prepper or just somebody who knows that clean drinking water is essential to survival regardless of circumstances, you'll be excited to hear about the new handheld, electric, portable PRO X from Survivor Filter...the first in the world of its kind. It runs on your choice of USB charging from an electrical source, or … [Read more...] about Handheld, Portable, Electric, Survival Water Filter? Yes, Please!
For every hunting story you've read, there was at least one other one the writer couldn't tell you... I've been an outdoor writer for a while, but before that I was a reader: I used to marvel at the glossy hunting magazines, the writers' tales of derring-do in the face of rotten weather and tricky critters. Now that I've been behind the scenes and seen how the sausage is made, … [Read more...] about Secrets of an Outdoor Writer: Rednecks Have More Fun
I'm not ashamed to admit I'd pebble my pants if any of these things happened to me... A few months ago, we ran an article about the freakiest stuff that hunters see in the wilderness, and I’m not ashamed to admit that many of the things I read while researching that one returned to remind me of themselves later, in the predawn darkness of my turkey blind. A month after that, … [Read more...] about 5 Freakiest Things Campers See in the Woods