Hunting has long been part of the American experience, and it’s a pastime enjoyed by people from diverse backgrounds. Enjoying this sport is more difficult for those with limited mobility, but adaptive gun mounts and sip-and-puff gun triggers have made life easier for countless hunters with disabilities. Hunters from all parts of the country are getting out into the wild and bagging wide varieties of big and small game. The following three hunters from Montana and North Carolina have in their own unique way found solutions to not only enjoy a pastime they love, but to have great success while doing it.

Big Sky Hunter
Chris Clasby has spent most of his life hunting in scenic Big Sky country. The Montana native became a quad in 1990 but that wasn’t going to keep him from a passion that was in his blood. Months after the accident, he discovered adaptive equipment that would enable him to keep on hunting for many years.