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6.5 PRC: The Just Right 6.5mm Cartridge

Thirty years ago, American shooters, for the most part, could care less about 6.5mm bullets or the cartridges which fired them. This reflected a situation which had existed since World War Two’s end in 1945. Other than the small cadre Read More

These 5 Cartridges Are All a Hunter Needs

Most rifle cartridges on the market today are unnecessary. There, I said it. I’ll get innumerable hate letters, but it’s the bald-faced truth. E-retail giant, Midway USA, for example, lists 174 centerfire rifle cartridges in its inventory. Throw in the Read More

Bog-Pod RLD-3 Shooting Tripod (LocaCarnivore Product Test and Review)

For years our Editor-in-Chief, Larry, has told me I needed shooting sticks to have a better chance at shooting an animal.  Yes, I understood the practice of shooting sticks, and approved of the overall concept, but the homemade ones seemed Read More

Hunting and Gathering: Opportunity Knocks

Being a LocaCarnivore hunter means taking advantage of changing opportunities. Larry and I had gone to a place we’ve hunted many times before.  This day, we were looking for bear but would take grouse if any presented themselves.  I also Read More

The Realities of Hunting: a Message to Non-Hunters

I had originally written this for our sister site, Eating Wild Montana.  (If you have a chance, go over there and check it out.)  After rereading it, I couldn’t help but think it would help other hunters explain why they Read More