New York, NY The Fall 2018 Issue of Outdoor Life is on newsstands now
Load your pack and get ready to make the most of America’s 640 million acres of federal public lands. An unparalleled, extensive exploration into how to unlock all of the fantastic and affordable hunting opportunities that our public lands have to offer. With a plethora of mountain tactics from expert public-land hunters, a collection of stories that capture the essence of hunting public grounds and a detailed fold-out map of America’s public-land opportunities, this is the must-have resource on public lands.
The 2018 Optics Test
Our Gear Guide focuses on the latest and greatest of scopes, binos and spotters. The 2018 Optics Test analyzes the pros and cons of high-tech riflescopes and explores the influx of long-range target work. This section includes a detailed breakdown for each piece of equipment, as well as a handy chart that compares the specific features and factors of each device.
A Bunny Pulpit
Robert Ford is an avid rabbit hunter whose bucket list includes harvesting one of every rabbit and hare species in North America. He is also a Methodist pastor at two churches in Pennsylvania who spends much of his spare time visiting sick parishioners, teaching Bible school and more. “Being in nature and hearing the music of the hounds helps me be a better preacher. … I feel God’s grace, and I write my sermons way more easily than if I sit down at my desk.”
The first-ever performance line of products for the casual outdoor enthusiast as well as the seasoned outdoorsman — designed and tested with the guidance of Outdoor Life editors. Tents, sleeping bags, lanterns, headlamps and apparel are all available now. Just in time for the holidays, Guide Life will launch additional products in November.
PLUS: The Final Season of Quebec’s Caribou; A Bighorn in Broken Country; The Lost Art of Shooting Running Game; 22 Ways to Fix Your Biggest Mistakes this Deer Season
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