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How To Set Up Your Warn Winch

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When it comes to heading into the back country, it is best to always go prepared. Warn winch has you covered for recovering a vehicle from nearly any situation, pulling a log off a back road, snatching out of being buried in deep snow or recovering a big game animal such as an elk from a steep mountainside. Before you head afield and pull, you need to make sure that your winch is properly set …

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Elk Fit to Benefit Hunters, Public Access

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MISSOULA, Mont.—Elk Fit, a nutritional program inspired by a partnership between the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and MTN OPS, offers tangible benefits for elk hunters and their ability to access more public land. “We appreciate our conservation partners at MTN OPS who see eye-to-eye with our mission priorities,” said Steve Decker, RMEF vice president of Marketing. “This program not only assists the individual elk hunter but it helps us open the door for hunters to …

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Getting into Position

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At the range, a number of factors make your rifle seem deadly accurate: lead sleds, sandbags, a semi-warm seat, the list goes on. Shooting in the field is vastly different, likely lacking all those aforementioned luxuries. Next time at the range, once you sight-in your rifle, mix things up by shooting from field positions. The following three field scenarios were pulled straight from videos created by our Rifles & Cartridges columnist, Wayne van Zwoll.

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All-New 2018 Yamaha Kodiak 450

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Are you an ATV/SxS hunter or just plain tired of having to pack out every animal after a hunt? Well Yamaha’s newest Kodiak 450 may just be the right solution for you. Built right here in the U.S. in Newnan, Georgia, the 450 is the little brother to the best-selling Kodiak 700. But make no mistake, smaller does not imply capability. The 421cc fuel-injected engine and all-new chassis gives you all the power needed for …

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Mathews Halon 32 And Avail

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For 2017, Mathews introduces a longer, 32-inch axle-to-axle version of last year’s popular Halon to reduce string angle at full draw and provide an edge of added stability. Also new is a slightly different riser geometry, speed nocks (as opposed to monkey tails), an all-black grip (though the design is the same Flatback grip introduced last year), and some different finish options. Retained is the Crosscentric Cam System that produces a super smooth draw cycle …

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Hunting with Lower Magnification

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In today’s world we often hear the phrase; “Bigger is better” or “More for the money”. However experience has demonstrated that this is not always the optimum case when discussing optics; specifically as it relates to binocular magnification for use while hunting. Hunting with lower magnification binoculars whether in dense hardwoods or the open prairie can be far more practical than with the higher power options. Hands down the most common choice that consumers immediately …