Latest on Outdoors

Outdoors
Best new crossbows of 2018

Only a few years ago, seeing the new crossbows was something of an afterthought compared to checking out the flagship vertical bows at the ATA Show. Not anymore. With crossbow sales—and hunting opportunities—

Outdoors
Meet the US Army's new pistol

In future battles, U.S. soldiers will have a new sidearm for personal protection. The Army’s new pistol may see more action than the last thanks to a design that has great potential for offensive purposes like clos

Outdoors
Hunter forced to defend her lifestyle after receiving death threats

A woman in Texas has built a following on social media for her hunting prowess -- but it hasn't always been positive.   Nikki Tate, a lawyer in Dallas, has amassed over 11,000 followers on her Instagram wi

Outdoors
DOJ, ATF announce plan to review legal status of bump-fire stocks

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) announced on Tuesday they had initiated a review of the legality of bump-fire stocks.   "The Department of Ju

Outdoors
Squirrel responsible for damaging Christmas lights in New Jersey town

A New Jersey town’s search for the vandal who damaged a popular Christmas lights display came to an end Saturday when officials discovered the Grinch was actually a medium-sized rodent. Officials in Sea Girt, 65

Outdoors
Tips for tagging a big buck before hunting season ends

These hunters risked eating their tags, sat in the same stands for hundreds of hours, and put their jobs and families on hold — all for that one deer. The Right One   Buck: “Jackson,”