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Return of the Elk

Despite challenges and setbacks, the good old days of elk hunting are now.

THE STATE OF DEER

Hunters have reason for both concern and optimism this season, according to the National Deer Alliance. Populations and success rates are holding their own or improving, but hunter numbers are falling and disease threats are on the rise.

FROM SALON TO SHOOTER

She’s a force to be reckoned with in action pistol and long-range rifle competitions. But there’s more to Krystal Dunn than bullets and bullseyes. The story of how she got here, what trips her trigger, and how she encourages others to embrace their personal passions offers inspiration for us all.

GET MORE FROM DRY FIRE

Some of your most important practice will take place without a round ever going into the chamber. Champion shooter Julie Golob shares her top four ways to make dry fire training even more productive.

LONG-RANGE RESET

Andy Folk was just 4 years old when he squeezed his first trigger. Today he is a familiar face on the Precision Rifle Series, co-founder of “The FIRM” shooting team, and a respected gun-maker.

THE SECRET 7

Trapshooting hall-of-famer Ray Stafford has smoked countless targets under pressure since he started shooting competitively in 1965. He shares the seven secrets behind a stellar string of victories.

BUILDING BLOCKS

Practice is a surefire way to sharpen your shooting skills, whether you’re gunning for increased speed and accuracy with a modern sporting rifle or looking to improve your game in 3-gun competition.

SISTER ACT

As shooting sports ambassadors go, Federal Ammunition’s Faith and Jenna Collier are some of the youngest guns around. But the straight-shooting sisters from Austin, Texas, are quickly making their mark on the sport.

GUN GAMER

Todd Jarrett has been carrying a gun since he was six years old and went hunting with his father near Hopewell, Virginia. But this champion shooter didn’t take up the handgun shooting that would make him famous until he was 19. Practice pays off.