How to waterproof hunting boots or keep feet dry

One of the most things to learn about hunting is how to keep your feet warm and dry. An easy hike turns into a miserable march if the feet get wet. It can ruin a hunting trip and defiantly reek havoc with the success of bagging the prey. Most hunting boot now are made out […]

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The Art of Hunting

Youthful Venture’s. At the age of twelve Ronnie graduated from the air rifle to the twenty two caliber rifle that he was permitted to use. His grandpa would take him squirrel hunting quite often. When Grandpa was ready to go, he would call old Pup “Here, Pup, Lets go hunting.” As soon as old Pup […]

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The Art of Hunting

There are differing opinions, especially today, with hunters and PETA taking opposite views on hunting. Is it an art form or merely a holdover from our barbaric past? Every since our ancestors stopped taking refuge in the trees (another debatable subject) and became meat eaters by scavenging from other meat eaters, and later on stalking […]

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Setting a scope on a rile: Easy as 123

Setting a scope on a rile isn’t a terribly difficult process but at the same note if it isn’t done properly it can be very aggravating when in the field. First thing you need is the obvious and that would be pick out your scope. Make sure it is compatible with the type of firearm […]

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How to Set a Scope on a Rifle

Setting a new scope on your hunting rifle can be technical and a time consuming ordeal if you are not knowledgeable on how go about it. Different rifles have to be addressed by the cartridge ejection system of the rifle to determine the placement of the scope. You have to decide whether you want see […]

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Bird Hunting Hunting Doves

I consider myself a very lucky person in that I have the opportunity to hunt or fish whenever I please. Living on a farm with numerous lakes and forests it’s simply a matter of walking out my back door and choosing what to go after today. Around here in the deep south deer hunting is […]

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Is it truly Conservation of the Deer Population if you take two Deer Legally

In the day of modern conservation techniques, harvesting more than one deer per year by a single hunter is a useful tool for a healthy deer herd. As an example Ohio has three different deer zones which allow varying numbers of deer to be harvested. The zones are based on the most current data of […]

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Cleaning a Deer after its Shot

Cleaning a deer in many ways is simpler than cleaning other animals, provided that you are ready for the task, have the proper implements, and have an idea of what to expect. If it isn’t done properly, however, the result can be tainted or ‘gamy’ meat. The equipment you need is really pretty basic. You […]

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Is Hunting Animals a Legitimate Sport – No

Hunting is a way that people in many cultures obtain food from their natural environment. Sadly, it is also sometimes needed as a population management measure in areas where animals like deer become overpopulated. I would be the first to speak in the deer’s defense if I did not live in such an area. In […]

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The Advantages of Hunting with Short Barreled Rifles

Big-game hunters who pack deep into the woods to find the largest specimens of deer, elk, or bear appreciate the lighter, faster handling advantages of short-barreled rifles.  These rifles generally have barrels around 20 – 22 inches in length, are lighter than their longer-barreled counterparts, and are easier to carry through rough country. Since longer […]

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