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Give Small Gauges for Small Game a Try…They’re both Super-Fun!


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Small game hunting is where small gauge shotguns shine in the field and bring to your efforts a level of challenge similar to planting a soft-lead rimfire round in the precise target area presented by a tree-scrambling squirrel or grazing rabbit. For such hunts, the .410 bore and 28-gauge shotguns are both a true joy […]

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Ron Spomer

An Often Overlooked Game Animal – The Jackrabbit


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A 40-grain .22 Long Rifle properly placed is more than adequate for collecting the basic ingredient for hasenpfeffer (rabbit stew,) but that main ingredient often refuses to pose within reasonable range of a .22 Long Rifle. Switching to a centerfire .22 cartridge — say a .222 Rem., .223 Rem. or .22 Hornet — extends effective […]

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How To Hunt Rabbits Without Dogs


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Hares Solo Rabbits prefer areas where thick cover and ample food are in close proximity so target brush-choked borders or thickets adjacent to open crops of soybean, peanut and peas or even food plots lush with clover, turnips or overrun with broadleaf weeds. All of these hot food/shelter combo locations will hold cottontails. So too […]

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