Archive for 2018

Fireforming .280 AI Brass With a Kimber Rifle

New for 2017 is the Kimber Subalpine. Based off the Model 84M, the Subapline has a wrapped carbon fiber stock, stainless steel, fluted barrel, match chamber, adjustable trigger and is pillar bedded. The rifle alone is a super-l...


4.0 App From onXmaps

All of the Eastmans’ subscribers, including you if your subscription is current, are not strangers to the information provided in our Members Research Section (MRS). Our staff pours over pages and pages of information (both w...



A Lifetime With Weatherby Rifles

By my own admission, I am a fan of Weatherby rifles. I own two of them and that says something because my gun safe is far from full. That is by choice – when I have a few models that perform well I keep them and use them ...


Hot Weather Rifle Hunting

In the last four or five years, whether due simply to unseasonal weather patterns, or a more deeply rooted environmental change (that debate is better suited to Thanksgiving dinner than this article), I have hunted both Mule de...



Elk Hunt Prep: Part 2

With summer in its final stages in Nashville, the heat and humidity of the south hits hard when taking that first step outside.  Being an early riser, I like to take full advantage of waking up before the kids and enjoying the...


Load it and Love it

Load it and Love it Capable TX 17 is the workhorse of Tenzing’s all-new, affordable line of TX Series hunting packs Hunting packs lead a tough life.  They’re overstuffed, overloaded and dragged through some of the worst co...



Protecting Your Gear: Plano’s Latest Bow Cases

Western bow hunters are tough on all of their gear, including their archery tackle, from their bows all way the way down to the vanes on their arrows. From the ATV ride to the trailhead to the bumpy dirt road ride to the range,...


Living In Grizzly Bear Country

By Stephen Rosso The sound of silence was what brought about my alarm, the mules had stopped moving around and that in itself was not normal. As I raised my head, I was met with the body and face of an adult Grizzly less than 2...



Eberlestock Batwing Pouch Review

Eberlestock packs have served me well in the past and will continue to do so into the future. With longevity and versatility in mind, I have become a fan of the F1 Mainframe for a variety of reasons, and when partnered with the...


Primos Timberline Elk Call

The Primos Timberline elk call is a well constructed cow call with a classy look. The hardwood barrel gives you pure sounding elk calls, from a lost calf to cow mews. The closed reed style keeps your reed clean and calls quiet ...