American Hunter - June 2016 - (Page 2)

Official Journal of the National Rifle Association features JUNE 2016 VOLUME 44 / NO. 6 HUNTER. PREPPER. SURVIVOR Yes, hunting will put meat on the table. But in a disaster situation those practical skills, along with everything else we hunters have gathered over the years-gear, tools and know-how-can provide so much more. 18 BY BRYCE M. TOWSLEY 44 TRACKS OF THE WHITE BUSHMAN There are more tracks crisscrossing Namibia than there are stars in the sky-at least it seems that way. And locating the tracks belonging to a specific eland seems an impossible task unless you're a Bushman-or you were trained by one. BY RON SPOMER 44 50 From piling up bunnies to stalking muleys for miles, by all accounts the 2015-16 hunting season was an astounding success. Take a look at the photos and stories of your fellow American Hunters to see how they fared over the last year. And then start planning how you can join them on these pages next year. BY JON DRAPER SPECIAL REPORT WE ALL NEED TO BECOME POLITICAL ACTIVISTS Being involved in the political process means more than just voting. Here are some suggestions on how you can take your efforts to a new level. BY CHRIS W. COX 18 36 50 The NRA, the foremost guardian of the traditional American right to "Keep and Bear Arms," believes every law-abiding citizen is entitled to the ownership and legal use of firearms, and that every reputable gun owner should be a member of the NRA. Wayne R. LaPierre, Executive Vice President MEMBER PROGRAMS 800-672-3888

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American Hunter - June 2016