Elk hunting cartridges and calibers, at least in Randy Newberg’s opinion, does not require super magnums. Deer cartridges/calibers, with good bullets, placed in the right place, make excellent elk cartridges. I prefer a .308 Win. I often use a .300 Win Mag, depending upon distance and conditions. I try to get as close as possible. Distance amplifies human error and influence of environmental conditions.
Bugle Magazine Contributor Wins International Photography Award
Jake Mosher, a full-time nature photographer, avid hunter and frequent contributor to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Bugle magazine, recently won a World Natural Photography [...]
On a Mission Thanks to her laser focus, Denise Dean has risen to the top of her profession. She admires RMEF for doing the same [...]
Get Closer with the Ursa MS
After 5 years of arduous testing and design, LaCrosse Footwear’s Ursa MS is set to redefine the concept of durability in hunting footwear. Through a [...]