The

Point Of Impact

A quick, weekly(ish) newsletter that makes you a better hunter.
Guaranteed.

Fact: 96% of the emails hitting your inbox are there for the sole purpose of getting you to part with your hard-earned cash. Another 2% are 2002-era chain letter forwards from your old man.

The Point of Impact newsletter is different. It's designed and written to be something you look forward to reading. We cut through all the bullshit to bring you only pertinent information that makes you a better hunter in a quick, entertaining read. And send it out on a weekly(ish) basis.

And if you don't like it, we make super easy to unsubscribe. Give it a shot, it's free.

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Here's a sampling of what to expect in the Point of Impact. Topics cover everything from animal facts and behaviors, to hunting how-to and tips, state information, gear, dream hunts, dream animals and more.
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In The Crosshairs

Bite-sized bits of outdoor news and news from newsmakers.
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Ready The Grind

Summaries and links to long-form information pieces you'll find interesting.
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Life Eats Life

Wild-game, outdoor cooking, nutritional, and information about fueling and using the machine.
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In The Crosshairs

Bite-sized bits of outdoor news and news from newsmakers.
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Ready The Grind

Summaries and links to long-form information pieces you'll find interesting.
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Life Eats Life

Wild-game, outdoor cooking, nutritional, and information about fueling and using the machine.
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Behind The Glass

Our favorite outdoor art, imagery, and videos from the interwebs.
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The Recoil

Contrarian ideas to consider and challenge your assumptions and strengthen your thinking.
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Flashbacks

Tall tales and images from eras long past, but not yet forgotten.
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Behind the Glass

Our favorite outdoor art, imagery, and videos from the interwebs.
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The Recoil

Contrarian ideas to consider and challenge your assumptions and strengthen your thinking.
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Flashbacks

Tall tales and images from eras long past, but not yet forgotten.