For members of the Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America, missing hunting season is not an option. Read about their incredible feats here.
Don't settle for sub-par accuracy and long-range performance from your 12 gauge this deer season. Instead, take it up a notch by checking out the latest and greatest slug guns and loads.
Even the best elk hunters have trouble spotting good bucks in certain areas. Today, the best elk hunting is found on private land. Read about the NAHC's hot-spots here.
Are you stuck in a treestand? If so, it's time to purchase a portable ground blind and ambush whitetails where they least expect it. Read about it here.
Are you seeking less recoil from your rifle? Tired of those aching shoulder bruises? Learn about some recoil-friendly rifles here.
NAHC experts clarify members' confusion about these ammo choices: 3" Magnums, .220 Swift, .357 Maximum, and .33 Win.
A 15-year-old asks, "Will this work for whitetails?" One member wonders about the different between two types of arrow feathers. Yet another member wants to know tips for shooting at an angle. Will the NAHC staff be able to answer all these questions. Find out here.
A lovesick bull will do strange things; things even more strange and frightening when you're the object of that moose's attraction.
Read this discussion between NAHC experts and members about young hunter gear, gaining better arrow penetration, and understanding kinetic energy.
NAHC experts answer members' questions about how to pack ammo on a plane and how to bring the meat home, and what's happening with desert mule deer. Find out more here.