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Hunting Tech of the Future Scientists Discover Way to Inject Human Eyes with Night Vision

 

Hunting Tech of the Future? Scientists Discover Way to Inject Human Eyes with Night Vision
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Many people think of night vision gear as cutting edge technology, and they wouldn\'t be wrong. As evidenced by their exorbitant price, night vision scopes and goggles are highly sophisticated pieces of technology. Yet scientists are already looking into the next best thing: injecting temporary night...
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Game Ranger Angrily Storms Off after Tourist Endangers Group Near Wild Animal

 

Game Ranger Angrily Storms Off after Tourist Endangers Group Near Wild Animal
OutdoorHub Reporters

There are few better indicators of peril in the wild than a game ranger with his gun out and a nervous look on his face. This is doubly true when you can hear loud guttural grunts coming from the brush. At that point, it is advisable to stay back, stay quiet, and follow instructions carefully. It...
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Review The FNX-45 Tactical Hogzilla Slayer and Home-defense Utensil

 

Review: The FNX-45 Tactical: Hogzilla Slayer and Home-defense Utensil
Tom McHale

I can’t decide if the FNX-45 Tactical pistol is more suited for door kickers, home defense, or battling Hogzilla. It’s a huge .45 ACP, but I mean that more in terms of capability than size. In fact, holding it up to my Beretta 92FS, which is full-size (but certainly not physically obese), it’s...
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Video 5 Terrifying Man-on-shark Kayak Encounters

 

Video: 5 Terrifying Man-on-shark Kayak Encounters
Daniel Xu

Whether on the line or stealing your fish, sharks add an element of excitement---and danger---to any kayak fishing trip. Unless you\'re fishing specifically for shark, you generally don\'t want to see one poke their head out of the water. And especially not when you\'re reaching over the side for that...
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Video Watch This WWII-era Sturmgewehr Fire in Ultra-slow Motion

 

Video: Watch This WWII-era Sturmgewehr Fire in Ultra-slow Motion
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The Sturmgewehr 44 (StG 44) is an iconic German rifle developed and produced during World War II. The StG 44 is often considered to be the first modern assault rifle. Chambered in 7.92x33mm Kurz and capable of unloading over 500 rounds per minute, the StG 44 provided the German infantryman with a powerful...
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My First Nebraskan Tom

 

My First Nebraskan Tom
Cabela\'s

On May 10, 2013, I drove four hours from Sidney, Nebraska, to my first-ever turkey hunt. I met Steve---my guide and first Nebraskan friend---in Gibbon, a small town outside Kearney. We set out shortly after I arrived to a plot of land near a creek, hoping to lure a tom from his roost. After waiting an...
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Photos At the Range with the Burris XTR II Riflescopes

 

Photos: At the Range with the Burris XTR II Riflescopes
Matt Korovesis

Burris had several of their XTR II Riflescopes on-hand for Big 3 East last week. XTR II 5-25x50mm scopes with Burris\' new SCR reticle were mounted on Sako TRG-22 bolt guns, helping shooters ring steel and punch through paper at ranges beyond 400 yards. [caption id="attachment_407714" align="aligncenter"...
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First Case of Exotic Chewing Lice Found in Colorado Deer

 

First Case of Exotic Chewing Lice Found in Colorado Deer
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On Wednesday Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) confirmed that a young mule deer found east of Denver was infested with exotic chewing lice, a species similar to the lice that is responsible for the widespread deer "hair loss syndrome" found in other states. The affected male fawn was put down...
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Nevada Man Uncovers Rare Mummified Mountain Lion

 

Nevada Man Uncovers Rare Mummified Mountain Lion
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While trekking through the rocky terrain of southern Nevada\'s Sheep Mountain Range, one intrepid hiker managed to discover a rare find. Hidden in a small cave were the desiccated remains of a mountain lion---dried out like a mummy. Search and rescue workers training in the area were called in to retrieve...
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Video Man Takes a Selfie Every Mile of the 2600-mile-long Pacific Crest Trail

 

Video: Man Takes a Selfie Every Mile of the 2,600-mile-long Pacific Crest Trail
ActionHub Reporters

If you\'ve ever gone on a long hike, chances are you\'re not too keen about getting your picture taken every sweaty step of the way. But Andy Davidhazy wasn\'t camera shy in the least bit. The Austin-based creative professional documented his journey along the 2,600-mile Pacific Crest Trail by turning...
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Crimson Trace Equips the Revolver Rebound

 

Crimson Trace Equips the Revolver Rebound
Crimson Trace

(Wilsonville, OR)—Revolvers are on a rebound in popularity with Americans. At the 2015 SHOT Show, manufacturers including Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Taurus and others unveiled many new revolvers (alias wheel guns). Those new revolvers included many models designed specifically for concealed carry....
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