Volume 22, Number 7 December 2014
 
 
 

EDITOR'S NOTE



Because we’re mammals (at least some of us), we’re able to operate within a broad temperature range because our core body temperature remains constant at around 98.6 degrees. The catch to this arrangement is that if the temp goes much above (or below) 98.6, we become dead mammals.” So says SHOT Business shooting editor David E. Petzal in “Cold Comfort”, part of a special section on cold-weather clothing in this issue of the magazine. As hunters, we’re supposed to be hearty Joes, and enduring cold, miserable weather while pursuing deer and elk is a staple of many hunting stories that… [Read More]