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A primer: getting started with upland hunting

So you are thinking about getting started upland hunting? Millions of people each year hit the upland fields and woods for different reasons. You may be getting started because a friend invited you. Maybe you are a big game hunter who just wants to try something different.

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Chasing ruffed grouse: the king of gamebirds

Ruffed grouse, scientific name Bonasa Umbellus, sometimes locally known as partridge, pats, or in more southern climes mountain partridge. No matter what you call it there is a special connection with the ruffed grouse and upland hunters.

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Kick off the upland season with dove!

The upland hunting season is fast approaching and it kicks off in early September with fast action and challenging shooting. The day that many hunters anticipate after long months of hiatus from the field is the opening day of dove season.

Shooting

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The importance of quality shotshells

You step up to the sporting clays station for what appears to be an easy pair. The first bird is a climbing target toward you that reaches its apex about 25 yards away; the perfect break point. You go through your pre-shot routine, mount your gun and call for the targets. As the bird reaches its peak you pull the trigger. The unbroken target falls to the ground. You felt good about the shot. Everything in your swing and movement seemed good. You had good target focus.

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8+1 Tips (that really work) to break more clays

Let’s admit it, and this is true for any shooter, there’s nothing more annoying than watching a clay fly off intact after you’ve taken a shot at it.

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The right way to test your new clay shooting shells

What if I tried this new clay pigeon shooting shell? How many times have you asked yourself the same question?

Guns & Ammo

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The importance of quality shotshells

You step up to the sporting clays station for what appears to be an easy pair. The first bird is a climbing target toward you that reaches its apex about 25 yards away; the perfect break point. You go through your pre-shot routine, mount your gun and call for the targets. As the bird reaches its peak you pull the trigger. The unbroken target falls to the ground. You felt good about the shot. Everything in your swing and movement seemed good. You had good target focus.

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Turkey Hunting Primer: Getting Started

Turkey hunting has become increasingly popular over the past few years. Why? For many hunters it is an extension of the hunting season that ended several months before; another chance to get back out in the woods.

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16 gauge: features, shells and ballistic performance

If you take a close look at a 16 gauge shell, you’ll see a shotgun shell that looks just perfect for hunting; it’s slender but you wouldn’t call it small. Quite the contrary, the “business-like” size gives you peace of mind; it’s a shell that’ll give you all the performance you’ll ever need, even for larger game.

B&P World

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Why Baschieri & Pellagri target shells produce the most consistent results

What’s the most important feature of a competition shell? A good question, that isn’t easy to answer, at least with just one answer that’ll satisfy everyone.

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The new Baschieri & Pellagri hunting and target shells

Baschieri & Pellagri launched many new products this year, both for hunters and shooters. Fans of "smaller” bores will be spoilt for choice.

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Duck hunting on a game reserve with All4hunters

We’re hunting ducks in the Jacobin Valley game reserve with our friends and colleagues from all4hunters.com in Emilia Romagna (Italy). The owner Matteo treated us to a delicious lunch after the hunt, but that’s another story.