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Saturday, January 25, 2020
Brad Hardy’s garage is tiny. I can barely picture a Dodge Neon fitting inside, even if you stripped away the movable shelving, folding tables, and mountain of 5-gallon buckets. In the Pennsylvania winter, it’s freezing in here, so...
Are your tackle trays and fly boxes looking a ­little lean after last season? Even if they aren’t, you know you love loading up with the freshest ammo before the spring action is in full swing. Maybe you...
If sharing is caring, there was a lot of love in the cutlery world at 2019 SHOT Show. One trend I noticed was a tendency to build knives that borrowed across blade categories. There were tactical knives you...
There’s constant chatter amongst devout cold-weather anglers on message boards regarding what gloves are warmest and driest while still providing the ability to cast, feel your line, and detect bites. The fact is that price doesn’t matter as...
I have attended the ATA show for over 25 years, and in all that time I have never seen any category of gear advance more quickly than crossbows have in the last half-decade or so. Innovations in vertical...
It’s a good guess that almost any firearms invention of the early 20th century should be attributed to John Browning. If not, your second guess would be Thomas Crossley Johnson, inventor of the Model 12, who was also...
The doors of the Louisville, Kentucky, expo center have swung open, the 2019 ATA (Archery Trade Association) Show has begun, and all manner of archery nuts are swarming the show floor—including us. We’re hitting the shooting lanes and...
There’s lots to gawk at on the floor of the Archery Trade Association (ATA) show, but at or near the very top of the list for any hardcore bowhunter are the new flagship compounds. Which is why I...
I’m of two minds about youtube watch-me-shoot-my-awesome-gun videos. On the one hand, I get it. You’ve finally got your hands on, say, a .50-caliber, a gun most people dream about. You want to show how how amazing and...
Timothy Murphy was a Pennsylvanian who could shoot. A sergeant, he was able to hit a 7-inch target at 250 yards, and was considered an expert rifleman. As such, he was selected as one of General Daniel Morgan’s...

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