The Christensen Arms Ridgeline: A Precision Long-Range Hunting Rifle
by Brian McCombie
The last day of my Nebraska 2018 deer hunt, mid-November, and I had yet to see a mature buck. I also had a chest freezer back home less than a quarter full. So, when a group of white-tailed does step into the cut-over cornfield, I decided it was time to stock up on some venison.
Last year Sig Sauer unveiled their Ballistic Data Xchange (BDX) system that uses Bluetooth to connect a rangefinder, ballistic app, and riflescope into a unitized system. The idea is that when you hit your target with the laser the ballistic program calculates a hold that shows up in the reticle of the scope. If […]
I think, without a doubt, almost all American hunters would agree that dove season is the unofficial start of fall and the official start to the fall hunting season. I don’t care which state you live in or what coast your closest to, all hunters are excited for the start of dove season.
One of the biggest reasons we take to the field every year is the opportunity to gather some of the best, organic, free-range meat available to the public. People in metropolitan areas pay big bucks for a slab of steak that qualifies as organic, but with some planning and a couple of hunting tags in their pocket, hunters like to get out there and get their own.
New Federal .284/7mm 155 Grain Edge TLR Bullet Review
by Aram Von Benedikt
Bullet design and performance is a favored (and occasionally heated) discussion wherever hunters gather. Debates rage, stories are told, and facts presented. Which brings us to the question: What is good bullet performance?
About the author:True Pearce is the Managing Editor at GunsAmerica. He’s a competitive shooter, hunter, instructor & attorney. You can see and follow his adventures on Instagram. @true1911 https://www.instagram.com/true1911/