What does your running shoe say about you? Are you a 'Mentor' or a 'Badass'?
Slow Targets Down with Proper Gun Speed
Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School explains the concept of relative velocity as it applies to shotgunning and bird hunting. He says a targets speed will appear s...
Western States 100
To run 100 miles is to push yourself to that place where you waver between delusion and sanity. Stripped down to nothing, bearing your soul....
Tips for Cleaning an AR-15 Rifle: Guns for Beginners
There are many ways to clean an AR-15 rifle, but this is mine. If you've never cleaned one or aren't sure, check out how a gunsmith does it.
How to build a backyard ice skating rink — and why it’s worth it
A few years ago, I made good on a lifelong dream of making a backyard ice rink for my two hockey-obsessed sons. If you’re at all handy with tools, you can build your own, too. Get on it soon,…
Proportional Force: Determining Lethal or Less-Lethal Response
Roughly 80% of criminal assaults each year are deemed non-lethal in nature. What this essentially means is that if an assault is committed by an individual
6 Reasons Why You Should Be Shed Hunting
If you haven't tried shed hunting, here's why you should!
Five Dry Fly Fishing Tips
With spring hatches already under way, now is the time to start fine tuning your dry fly fishing techniques. These simple tips will help you catch more fish all summer long.
How to Rewire Your Boat Trailer
Fresh wires do wonders for your boat-trailer lights.
Five Shooting Tips for Making a Long-Range Hunting Shot
A huge trophy buck steps out at the end of a soybean field, 314 yards away according to your rangefinder. He's a monster--but the shot's a real far poke. Are you up to the job? You don't have to be a Navy SEAL sniper to make a 300-yard shot on a deer-sized target, says Tiger McKee. McKee's a tactical rifle trainer, owner of the Shootrite Firearms Academy, and author of The Book of Two Guns, a training manual for the AR-15 rifle and the 1911 handgun. But, he adds, you need to prepare for that shot, well before your chance at the Boone & Crockett record book appears. Here's how to do it.