Stories

On the seventh day of our hunt we found a burn area. While waiting out a snow squall, we heard a cow start to bellow across the valley. The snow quit before long and a bull came out from our other side to go see about the cow. I caught up to him just in time as he neared the edge of the burn. The 270gr Speer...

My wife and I got drawn for the Trophy Antelope in southern Alberta. I took along my great Uncles Crown Grade Husky in 30-06. He had bought it when he was only 15 years old in 1958 and used it on a Moose, Mule Deer and a Cow Elk if I remember the story right. We bounced around the dusty prairie for three days...

I got into my position merely before 6am, sat in bush and waited watching the deer trails I found back in early Oct. Right after I sat down, I heard a whistle. They were there! After 30 min I saw the movement, a buck and a doe. So I stood up slowly raising my SKS loaded with only one round of 123 gr hornady SP...

I took my family out for this long weekend camping in Gold Bridge. Cuz spring bear is open so I took my SKS (uses 7.62x39 ammo, the same as AK's) and Lee Enfield with me just in case. My plan was to use SKS (123 gr hornady sp handload) for close range whacking and Lee Enfield (174 gr interbond handload)...

The morning of October 01, 2006 found me and my hunting partner reacquainting ourselves with an area in north-central British Columbia we hadn't hunted in five years. We had arrived the night before in the upper Sukunka River and over a quick coffee that morning opted to set up camp after a tour to see...