Month: January 2022

Shotgun review: Mossberg 590S . pump shotgun

In the late 1980s, Mossberg launched its first tactical rifle, the 590A1, and has continued to offer black synthetic and semi-automatic pumps for the past 35 years, including its most recent iteration, a traditional 590S pump-action, shoulder-mounted and pistol-grip variant, called the Shockwave. Tactical rifles with extended magazines were primarily concerned with law enforcement and …

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$5 Per Tail: Two Texas Counties Offer Bounties on Feral Hogs

Two counties in Central Texas are putting bounties on feral hogs this year. Starting in February, hog hunters in Hays and Caldwell Counties will be able to get paid for killing pigs to the tune of $5 per tail. Both counties received grants from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s Wildlife Services, which will provide funding for …

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New binoculars, rangefinders, and thermometers from SHOT Show 2022

In a previous post, I noticed a wave of low-power rifle scopes pouring in from optics brands this year. I noted the lack of introductions to other optics categories such as binoculars and spotting scopes. But some classes are stronger than others. Laser rangefinders, in particular, are having a good year. And since thermal sights …

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BLM Begins Largest Wild Horse Gather Ever, Offers $1,000 to Adopt One

When the Bureau of Land Management announced its annual plan for wild horse and burro gathers earlier this month, the agency managed to piss off at least two factions whose only shared opinion on wild horses is that the BLM is mismanaging them. In 2022, the federal agency plans to gather at least 22,000 wild …

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A La Rochelle, des étudiants contraints de loger au camping

Faute de trouver un logement, Ferdinand, 21 ans, apprenti aux compagnons du Devoir à La Rochelle, vit avec sa compagne, Ambre, dans un mobil-home du camping « À la Corniche », à Angoulins-sur-Mer, 9 December 2022 . ÉLODIE CHERMANN / LE MONDE Les allées sont désertes. Les derniers touristes ont plié bagage vers la mi-octobre. …

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