https://youtu.be/iNduhsFL2Fg The Remington Core-Lokt is one of the best deer-hunting bullets ever. John Fink, one of America's foremost ballistics and hunting experts, tells us all about it. Note: John was formerly with Remington and is now employed by Trijicon, the exclusive optics sponsor of BIG DEER TV.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTZ9SDCRKPk Hunting season is closer than you think. If you're in the market for a new hunting rifle, check out this video I did with my good buddy John Fink a few years back. John no longer works at Remington today, he is now a Product Manager for Magnified Optics with Trijicon - the presenting sponsor of Big Deer TV. For the latest Model 700 lineup click here.
The section entitled “Traveling Requirements for Firearms” in QDMA’s 2020 Whitetail Report caught my attention. Having hunted deer and other animals in 40 states over the years, I know first-hand that “case laws” vary from state to state, and even county to county. This can be confusing, and in a worst-case scenario can get you in one hell of a jam if you don’t know and follow the laws. 7 states* require rifles/shotguns/muzzleloaders to be cased (either hard or soft case) in a vehicle at all times, whether you hunting near home for the day, or driving through one state to get to another. Those states are: Louisiana Massachusetts New Jersey Illinois Iowa Michigan Minnesota Another 5 states require guns [...]
Saw this from one of our followers, Scott, on the @bigdeertv Instagram: I have had a lot of people ask for build plans for this bench. I posted the website. The bench is made with pressure treated wood and cost me $107 dollars to make. Plans give cut measurements and detailed directions for build. Enjoy. I know that many of you would like to build one of these on your land (if you have a safe spot for a rifle range) or out on your deer lease, so I researched it further. I went to the blog for the build and was impressed. First, they give you a list of tools you’ll need: circular saw, drill, bits, etc. Then, they [...]
Say you’re sighting-in your hunting rifle, firing 3-shot groups from the bench. It's going well. Your shots are grouping an inch or less. You shoot on, and every now and then a bullet strikes the target a couple inches to the left or right (or high or low) of your main point of impact. You start to get frustrated and think about moving the scope--Don't! As long as 2 bullet holes stay clustered within an inch, you’re in good shape. Any “flyers” were likely due to human error—you've shot too much and flinched a bit or maybe jerked the trigger and pulled the errant shot offline. The worst thing you can do is worry about one bad shot and start [...]