Sunday, March 11, 2007

Field and Stream

1. Chile By Helicopter: Dispatches From The Ragged Edge of Flyfishing
Official F&S trout bum Kirk Deeter just got back from a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the wild coast of Patagonian Chile.
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2. Ass Kicks Lion's Butt: Is This Photo For Real?
Check out these pics forwarded to us by reader Terry Brennan, who writes: "Perhaps you have already seen this--a unique example of the hunter hunted." Read the story here.
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3. Discussion Topic: Are Eastern Cougars Extinct?
From a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service News Release: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is beginning a review of scientific and commercial information to determine the status of the endangered eastern cougar, the first review the Service has done since publishing a recovery plan in 1982 ... Read more.

4. Gun Geezer Makes Muscatel* Mist
David E. Petzal tests the new Barnes Varmint Grenades. See his test target, and check out our video of one bullet exploding as it hits a grape. See it here.

5. A Perfect Storm Threatens Our CRP
The Conservation Reserve Program issue has rapidly moved from a controversy to a crisis that demands the action of every sportsman. Bob Marshall tells you why, and what you can do to help save the program. Read more.
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The Gun Nut: Why Shorter is Better
I'm talking about rifle barrels. What the hell did you think I was talking about? Back when men smelled bad and carried Kentucky rifles, long barrels were just the ticket-44 inches was about standard. They decreased aiming error and having all that weight out there in front made offhand shooting that much easier.

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