Podcast Category: Rifle Hunting
Chris Way is a well-rounded adventurer, explorer, climber, shooter, and much more. Recently, Chris developed a specific target and shooting drill to assess his true accuracy capabilities with a rifle and also track his shooting performance and improvement over time.
Have you been curious about getting into reloading for your hunting rifle, but been too confused or overwhelmed to get started? We've been there! Tune-in as Mark chats with aspiring reloader, Kyle, and shares advice on how to get setup with reloading gear on a modest budget.
As hunters, we should know how to quickly and cleanly kill the animals we pursue. Not just how to choose a bullet or broadhead. Or how to place a projectile "in the vitals". We should understand the animal's physiological systems and how to affect those systems to cause death.
Our guest on this episode, Randy, is a vegan turned elk hunter. We hear about Randy's transition into hunting. What it was like to kill his first elk. How he uses yoga to shoot his rifle (kidding...kind of). And much more!
Steve Evans (@__steve__evans__) just started hunting big game a couple of years ago, but he has already spent more than 150 days in the field across multiple western states hunting deer, elk, and other species.
Steve & Mark recap their recent rifle elk hunt in Idaho. They detail the play-by-play of how they were able to fill both of their tags by mid-day on the second day of the hunt.
In this show we are joined by podcast listeners, who happen to be both buddies and brothers-in-law. They tell the story of a fun hunt in Montana where they filled elk and deer tags in a single day. But it isn't all about success; they also share the lessons they learned from mistakes they made previously.
As Steve and Mark prepare to hunt sheep and elk with a rifle for the first time this fall, they seek the wisdom of former hunting guide, previous podcast guest, and full-time gun writer, Joseph von Benedikt. Joseph answers their questions on bullet selection, shot placement, field support and shooting positions...
We, as hunters, spend a lot of time, effort, energy, and money to put ourselves into positions where we have an opportunity to shoot the animal we are pursuing. When that moment comes together, can you hold it together and make a good shot?
What does it take to kill an elk TODAY? What about elk hunting has changed in the past 5-10 years? Those are just a couple of the many questions we ask Corey Jacobsen on this episode. Other questions address e-scouting, dealing with hunting pressure, hunting post-run bulls, and much, much more.
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