Intro to Squirrel Hunting : Part 5- Cooking — Pneumatic Detonation

Finally, I have filled up all available space in our freezer with yummy squirrel bits. My wife doesn’t care to look at them (much less eat them), so it’s time to make a meal. Admittedly, I am not a 5 star chef (or is it 3 star… whatever). After cooking several tree rats over the […]

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Busy day for deer processors as rifle deer season begins — WPMT FOX43

[ooyala code=”NrNTh3NzE69ndcyKTWMk36quGWbIptCx” player_id=”b4e1f6aa8f3147189a3fe75aa0a86854″ width=”640″ height=”360″ auto=”true”] SPRING GARDEN TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, PA. — It seems a lot of people are taking to the woods on the opening day of rifle season hoping to set their sights on a buck. FOX43 paid a visit to Miller’s Meats in Spring Garden Township and found a steady stream […]

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Review Mora Knife — OutdoorManChild

About a month ago I realised I needed a knife, I spent days drooling over top of the range £300 knives, checking reviews online and mostly wasting time. So I came up with the following criteria; Blade length of at least 8 inches Full tang construction Wooden or Micarta Scales 5mm+ thick for buttoning So […]

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More members harvest in rifle 2016 — BROAD MOUNTAIN HUNTING CLUB

Scott Bender harvested a unique 15 pt first day. Congratulations. Scott with son Chase. Youth hunter Jason Wolfe harvested this 5pt late Wednesday afternoon with Buck Bender. Congratulations Jason . Larry Bender harvested a 5pt Tuesday late morning. (No photo)

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Brush Busting Bullets

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Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box

We have all read articles along these lines for years. Round nose bullets at moderate velocities busting thru brush better than spritzer shaped bullets would do. Is there any truth in this or is it just a myth?

Many years ago I got interested in this and decided to do some experimenting. I bought some of the archery deer targets that were very popular at that time. They were full color prints of actual deer printed on heavy paper. They weren’t life size, but plenty big enough for my purpose. I took these out into the woods and tacked them to trees. Next I would back up and get some brush in the way and try a shot at my deer target.

04I shot thru thin brush, thru heavy leaves that the frost had took, blackberry briars, young sumac about the size…

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GOSA Girls on Fire: 16 Days of Activism — Brittius

Originally posted on gunservant.com: It is that time of year again, and in response to the 16 Days of Activism against violence perpetrated towards women and children GOSA has launched its 2016 Girls of Fire campaign. The purpose of the initiative is to breed awareness among women that they do not have to be…

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