6mm Creedmoor – From Range To Field, By Neil Emery

It’s been a decade since the 6.5 Creedmoor was released. It is now an extremely popular round chambered by practically every major rifle manufacturer. While it steadily rose in popularity to become what it is

EP156 These Boots Are Made for Hunting with Kendall Card of Crispi US

Adam and Kendall take a deep dive on everything boot related in this episode. Topics covered include the history of Crispi and Crispi US, the differences between the European and North American approaches to boot

EP155: The Life of a True Believer with Jack Carr

  Author Jack Carr is back to discuss his latest thriller True Believer, which was heavily informed by his personal adventures hunting around the world. Adam and Jack discuss the plot of the book, navigating transitions

EP154: The Year of the Elk #1

***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE USED FREQUENTLY. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN*** We haven’t featured a ton of elk material on the podcast, or in the JOMH for that matter, but this year that’s changing in a big way. This is

EP153: How Binoculars and Rangefinders Actually Work

This is the second part of Adam’s conversation with Tim Lesser of Leupold, recorded on location at Leupold HQ in Oregon. In this episode, they discuss binos and rangefinders. If you’ve ever wondered how to

EP152: How to Select a Rifle Scope at Any Budget

On this show, recorded on location at Leupold HQ, Adam sits down with Tim Lesser to discuss rifle scope selection criteria and how to make sure you’re spending your money wisely. Topics covered include zoom

Tents for Demanding Conditions, By Nolan Osborne

Different climates and hunts often call for different tents, however for most of us, it is neither practical nor feasible to have an arsenal of 2-4 shelters for any situation we may encounter.

Wildcatting Long Range Rounds, By Shawn Carlock

With the wide variety of rounds available on the market today one would think that there is a round for every need and for every purpose. While this is true to a certain extent, wildcatting

Triggers: Killing Creep, By Bryden Richardson

A well-known pitfall with high-end friction-based triggers is their performance in harsh environments. You would be hard-pressed to find a serious hunter or competitive shooter who does not have a story about their trigger going down at the wrong time due to contamination.

The Best Ackley Improved? By Ron Spomer

P.O. Ackley considered the 308 Winchester, far right, so well designed that making it an Ackley Improved was gilding the lily. The same applies to most of its descendants like the 7mm-08 Rem and 260 Rem.