As Townsend Whelen, former U.S. Army colonel and American Rifleman contributor, was once famously quoted as saying, “Only accurate rifles are interesting.”
So you want to try a crossbow. We don’t blame you; in many states, a crossbow will add weeks to your whitetail season.
Shooting enthusiasts of every kind have all too often found themselves in possession of a freshly acquired firearm which, for one reason or another, does not live up to expectations.
In his ongoing efforts to recognize and honor military veterans, Henry Repeating Arms President Anthony Imperato presented a Military Service Tribute Rifle to Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) Commander-in-Chief John W. Stroud during the Joint Opening Session of the VFW 116th National Convention at Pittsburgh, Pa.
Chances are you pass dozens of corners each day. Each represents a potential problem, because bad things can hide behind them. In a defensive scenario, the best way to deal with a corner is to avoid it, but that’s not always possible.
Any serious student of whitetail hunting knows there are two or three magic days each year when the bucks are on the move and you must be hunting no matter what.
This was my first Bianchi Cup since I retired after 32 years in law enforcement. So, I was finally able to get some practice in prior to my trip to Columbia, Missouri, which has been a normal ritual my entire career.
The problem with America, the gun-banners say, is that our civilian rates of firearm ownership are too high—in the much-quoted words of Liam Neeson, we have “too many f---ing guns.”