Beaver Hunt

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Beaver Hunt
EditorLarry Flynt
CategoriesPornographic men's
Frequency13 / year
Circulationunder 500,000
First issueunknown
CompanyLFP Inc
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
WebsiteBeaver Hunt's Official Website
 
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Beaver Hunt
EditorLarry Flynt
CategoriesPornographic men's
Frequency13 / year
Circulationunder 500,000
First issueunknown
CompanyLFP Inc
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
WebsiteBeaver Hunt's Official Website

Beaver Hunt was a monthly pornographic magazine aimed at men and published in the United States. It was first published in 1974[citation needed] by Larry Flynt. It was an offshoot of Hustler magazines's longest running feature, "Beaver Hunt". The feature became so popular that Larry Flynt decided to create a magazine highlighting only reader-submitted photos.

Today, Beaver Hunt is no longer published as a monthly magazine. However, several times a year LFP Publishes "Best of Beaverhunt" featuring standout pictorials previously seen in the pages of Hustler.

Publisher[edit]

Beaver Hunt was officially published by LFP, Inc, which is controlled by Flynt. The abbreviation "L.F.P." originally stood for "Larry Flynt Publications."

Related magazines[edit]

LFP, Inc. publishes several other magazines that use the Hustler brand:

Websites[edit]

The LFP Internet Group, LLC, operates BeaverHunt.com and a number of related sites, where it sells pictures and videos with content similar to that in its magazines.

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