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Mule Deer Hunting (Guns, Gear, Tactics for Your Best Mulie)

Half frozen atop a ridge in the Rocky Mountains, something got my attention through the binoculars. Five-hundred yards away, across a thousand-foot deep gully, what I had waited three long, cold hours for grazed in an open patch on a Read More

LocaCarnivore Expert: 10 Reasons Why the .357 Magnum is King

The United States in 1934 stood at the abyss. The Great Depression had ruined countless lives. Families lived in shanty towns and drifted across the Great Plains toward California or any place which held the slightest hope they could reverse Read More

10 Hot Tips to Get the Right Crossbow for You

Crossbows.  How can something so simple generate so much controversy?  Crossbows are, at present, displacing standard bows, whether recurve or compound, from the market.  In other words, more hunters are buying crossbows than standard bows each year.  Many crossbow buyers Read More

LocaCarnivore Product Review: Nosler AccuBond Bullets

A bright, blood-orange sun dipped below a fir and ponderosa mantled ridge in Montana’s Blackfoot River country. A tedious, yet picturesque afternoon-long wait had come down to this; fifteen minutes before last legal hunting light and still no deer had Read More

Three Whitetail Rut Facts You Need to Know Now

It’s on.  The whitetail deer rut starts in October and runs into November.  Hunters across the U.S. spend time and money to get the inside track on when the rut occurs in their area, and with good reason.  The rut Read More

Montana Fights CWD with New Rules (Hunting News)

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has already devastated deer and elk herds across the American west, mid-west, and south-east.  Montana had, up to now, been spared its ravages.  The state confirmed its first cases in 2017, and has moved with speed Read More

LocaCarnivore Test and Review: PPU .300 Winchester Magnum 180 Grain Soft-Point

Prvi Partizan is a Serbian munitions maker established in 1928. Sold in the United States under the PPU brand, their ammunition is among the lowest priced available. With its no frills packaging and understated marketing, many American shooters believe it Read More

7mm Remington Magnum: The Velvet Hammer (LocaCarnivore Expert)

The year is 1962.  American shooters and hunters are gripped by a mighty force—Magnum Fever.  This syndrome, characterized by a never satisfied desire for greater and greater bullet velocity, stalked the land since 1956 when Winchester introduced the .458 Winchester Read More

Ruger Brings Back the Classic 6.5×55 Swedish (New Rifle Review)

The 6.5mm cartridges are the hot ticket, right now.  With all the hyperbole about the 6.5 Creedmoor, and others, it’s high time the 6.5 family’s great scion got some attention.  I refer to none other than the wonderful, 6.5x55mm Swedish. Read More

Working-Class Hero: The .308 Winchester (LocaCarnivore Expert)

What’s the most popular, yet least glamorous, hunting rifle cartridge? The .308 Winchester. Developed for the U.S. military to replace the time-tested .30-06, this wonderful, flexible round traces its DNA back to the .300 Savage. Based on lessons learned from Read More

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