Ella Perkins loves to hunt with her dad. Imagine his surprise when she bagged a 26-point, record-book quality monster whitetail in Kansas last year. Part of our series on Boone and Crockett Girls who hunt.
We have been extolling the virtues of Ruger’s Precision Rifle here at The WON for quite a while. Find out what happened when Babbs took it out on the range for Family Day this year, and about how new shooter Paige rang the gongs.
Barbara Baird, publisher of “Women’s Outdoor News,” The WON, talks about deer hunting calibers in relation to Franchi’s new rifle, the Momentum Elite. Find out more about the five calibers that are offered and why they are great for medium-to-large game hunting.
In our continuing series on Boone Crockett Girls Who Hunt, we meet Jenna Smith, a teen from Montana who tagged her first mountain lion, and he met the standard for recognition from the prestigious Boone and Crockett Club. But, there’s more to this story and Jenna tells us all about Christmas Day 2019.
Ryleigh Campbell tagged the second largest typical whitetail for youth hunters in the state of Kentucky in 2019. As a result, the Boone & Crockett Club recently recognized her for her hunting achievement. Find out her story here, in our series on Boone & Crockett girls who hunt.
Babbs met some of the girls who were recognized at this summer’s Jack Steele Parker “Generation Next” banquet for this series on girls who hunt who are in the record books for the Boone and Crockett Club. She kicks it off with bear hunter Morgan Burns.
Babbs reviews the new Walther PDP F-Series, a personal defense handgun designed for women and those people with small hands. Find out why it will work, just as intended, and why she likens it to a “Cool Hand Luke.”