Editors' Picks: Top 10 Hunting Retailer Stories of 2020

A look into a few of the editorial staff's favorite reads from Hunting Retailer in 2020. Is your favorite article on the list?

Editors' Picks: Top 10 Hunting Retailer Stories of 2020

As we move into the homestretch of 2020, it’s time to look back at all the articles from the past year and choose a few standouts. Some of these articles are simply the favorites of our editorial staff, while others received the most clicks, shares and likes. Without further ado, here are the top 10 Hunting Retailer stories of 2020.

10.) The Importance of YouTube on Your Business

Are you leveraging the power of YouTube to help your store?

9.) Marketing and Selling to Youth Archers

What was socially acceptable for reaching youth last year, may not be this year.

8.) Hunting Knowledge Is Power – and Profit

As a hunting retailer, your greatest asset is a knowledgeable game-savvy sales staff.

7.) What You Need to Know About Selling Kayaks

Kayaks take up a lot of room in stores, but they promise hunting success to sportsmen and give you a prime opportunity to upsell.

6.) With Shotguns, Smaller Equals More Profit

Adding a handful of 28-gauge guns to your shotgun rack can attract a variety of shooters.

5.) Should You Stock Airguns?

Many airguns can be quite accurate, and users discover it’s not rare to find half-inch accuracy at 60 yards. Make no mistake: Modern airguns deliver more than enough energy to drop small game on the spot.

4.) Shining New Light On The Blackout

From its beginnings as a tactical cartridge, the 300 Blackout has found solid footing with predator hunters.

3.) 12 Lever Action Rifles Worth Stocking

Get familiar with the new rifles your lever-loving customers will be seeking.

2.) Why Arrow Weight Matters

For new to archery and experienced bowhunters alike, purchasing the right arrow is more than selecting the right spine and length. Arrow weight matters, too.

1.) Meeting the Needs of the Traveling Hunter

A wave of DIY public land whitetail hunters road trip to destination states each fall. Here’s how to meet the needs of the traveling hunter.


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