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This is a time of anticipation and preparation, and nobody knows this more than Andrew McKean (shown below), editor of Outdoor Life. I had...

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Confidence is a tremendous accuracy booster; the more certain you are about a shooting situation, the better you'll perform. Deer hunting requires a lot...

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If you're thinking about buying a new first-time bow, the best advice is, don't. Of course you should buy a bow because archery is a...

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For the last 15 years, says Slaton L. White of Field and Stream, the magazine's editors have selected gear, based on personal use, that...

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The choice between mechanical or traditional broadheads is one of the most important decisions a bowhunter can make and should be based partially on...

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Preparing for bowhunting is as simple as A-B-C, or better yet, P-P-P, according to Bob Humphrey. He recommends following the 3 Ps of proper...

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Which is better, a light, fast arrow or a slower, heavier shaft that carries more mass to the target? For 3-D shooters, the answer...

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Change is difficult and unsettling, and raises questions about the future, whether you're dealing with a computer, a new whiz-bang cell phone, or a...

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Treestands get you off the ground, out of sight, and offer a high vantage point for scouting wildlife. Locating a tree near a high-traffic...

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Simulation is critical for successful bowhunting. Sure, it’s possible to shoot at paper targets, hone your accuracy, and bring home the bacon; yet using...