NAHC experts answer your questions about busted bolts, barrel fouling, and scopes.
NAHC experts J. Wayne Fears, Dave Henderson, and Ian McMurchy answer members' questions on Oregon hunting, buying waterfowl gear on a college kid's budget, and terminal balistics.
“Can I fire the first shot, Ian?” My buddy asked as he stared at the massive, Barrett single-shot bolt-action rifle chambered in .50 BMG.
NAHC experts answer your questions about hunting coyotes and elk.
Many years ago, blackpowder was a muzzleloader shooter’s propellant of choice because there weren’t any other choices. I recall many hunts where everyone in deer camp shot side-hammer rifles charged with blackpowder.
The NAHC experts answer your questions about hunting coyotes, brown bears, and open country varmints and deer.
Read expert advice on coyote hunting, cartridges, and choke tubes.
Experts answer members' questions on advanced hearing protection and choosing a shotgun for a beginning deer hunter.
Here's some information from the experts on your Ted Williams rifle, your muzzleloader, and your .35 Whelen.
Your questions answered by NAHC experts: How to properly sight in rifles, what bullet weight to use to shoot deer, and how to resolve cross-dominance shooting issues.