The latest results of Gallup’s long-running gun issue polling are sure to upset gun control advocates. After a year of COVID uncertainty, civil unrest, and record gun sales, support for further firearms restrictions has reached its lowest point since 2016. Moreover, the data shows that exceedingly few Americans consider additional gun controls the most pressing
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Americans have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic for the vast majority of 2020, and depending on what state one lives in, the impact on daily life has varied from relatively benign to approaching draconian. Regardless of how any particular governing authority has responded, everyone in our country has had to make some sort of
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Although the outcome of the presidential election has yet to be certified – and with recounts, lawsuits, and investigations ongoing – gun control advocates are wasting no time cozying up to Joe Biden, and demanding his “executive action” to restrict access to firearms. A recent article in Michael Bloomberg’s gun control propaganda arm, The Trace,
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Joe Biden won’t be inaugurated as president for almost two months, but investors would do well to use this time to consider the potential impact his policies would have on certain industries. Firearms manufacturers are certainly in the crosshairs as both the Democrat’s campaign website and his stump speeches have specifically targeted the industry. So
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“The Old Man and the Mountains,” was published in two parts. The first appeared in the February 2004 issue. (Field & Stream/) To celebrate the 125th anniversary of Field & Stream, we’re going to share some of our favorite stories from the history of the magazine. Every day for the rest of the year, we’ll
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NOGALES, Mexico — North of the border, the .50-caliber sniper rifle is the stuff of YouTube celebrity, shown blasting through engine blocks and concrete walls. Deployed with U.S. troops to foreign wars, it is among the most destructive weapons legally available in the United States. But every week, those rifles are trafficked across the border
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If you want to field dress an animal quickly, and have less blood on your hands, try the gutless method.Will Brantley The gutless method of cleaning big game is overrated. I’ve said it, and I believe it. Traditional field-dressing—where you yank the guts out of the critter soon as possible—is the better way to go
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Today, the Delaware Superior Court issued its decision in the NRA-backed DSSA v. Garvin case, striking down the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) regulations that banned hunting deer with semi-automatic rifles. Delaware law, and the DNREC, have traditionally allowed pistol-caliber rifles for deer hunting. In its 2020-2021 hunting regulations guide, DNREC
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A veteran pack of beagles can help take on every species of rabbit. (Nathaniel Welch/) Bob Ford’s new cookbook Rabbit Stew for Your Soul tells me a trinity of things. First, the hunting, writing, field-trialing Pastor created 20 delicious recipes for preparing four species of cottontails, three types of rabbits, and one hare. Second, the
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Nobody wants to endure a survival situation, but if and when an emergency arises, it helps to have gear you can rely on within easy reach. To help you find something any outdoorsman or outdoorswomen would gladly carry in their packs, here are a few suggestions that won’t blow your entire holiday shopping budget. BivyStick
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Ultra compact pistols continue to gain massive popularity among concealed carriers. And why not, they’re smaller, lighter and more compact. So these new 9mm and 380 Auto semi-autos prove easier to conceal than ever before. Further, many now come optics-ready as well, delivering even more versatility and appeal. So the accessory market continues to evolve
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Hunting camp is where we can be ourselves. (Dave Hurteau/) By a quirk or two of fate, I belong to a group of elderly deer hunters that calls itself the Third Week in November Club. There are twelve of us, and for 30 years we gathered in northern Maine in the third week of November
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Dandan noodles have a cult following worldwide, and it’s easy to see why. These lush, spicy, meaty noodles, which originated as street food in ­China’s Sichuan province, combine a mouth-dizzying array of flavors. Chef Cory Bahr at Parish Restaurant in Monroe, La., is the source for this field-inspired variation, in which ground venison is dressed
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With millions of new shooters purchasing their first gun in 2020, quality products and accessories are a must. Keeping with growing demand, Concealment Express just announced its newest holster, the CEX OWB Belt Loop Holster. The patent-pending design enables outside-the-belt carry, perfect for open carry, concealed carry and at the range. Concealment Express CEX OWB
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Merwin can’t hide his shock to learn that a child’s Barbie rod can handle a largemouth bass. (John Merwin/) To celebrate the 125th anniversary of Field & Stream, we’re going to share some of our favorite stories from the history of the magazine. Every day for the rest of the year, we’ll republish a new
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House Republicans are looking to seize on their better-than-expected showing in this year’s election to get a fundraising boost from outside groups ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. Republicans have so far netted eight seats in the House this year and may still gain a few more. And while Democrats are poised to hold on
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