Archives for July, 2019
Place the meat on the tarp to cool, Since most tarps are not breathable, it’s important to turn the meat during the Field-Dressing Process.
Posted in Hunting Tagged with: field dressing, meat prep
Now is a good time to set up your Scattergun with the right Choke and shot combination to fill the cooler with fresh wildfowl.
Posted in Hunting Tagged with: Chokes, Shotgun, Wildfowl
Cimmaron Repeating Arms has this nice rifle for hunting in the brush of Texas, Wyoming and Nevada – Quick Fast-Firing can also be a Great Truck Gun.
Posted in Long Guns Tagged with: Cimarron Repeating Arms, Texas Brush Popper
The Chiappa 1873 10-shot represents an effort to bring an affordable single-action Plinker to the market.
Posted in Product Reviews Tagged with: .22, 10-shot, 1873, Chiappa, Chiappa SAA 1873, Cowboy, Old El Paso Saddlery, Oleg Volk, revolvers
People who had sprayed bears assured me it works, but I also learned things that changed the way I thought about it. Blowback is one aspect I never considered.
Posted in Gear Tagged with: Bear Spray
James Talmage Stevens knows more about the preparedness movement than probably anyone alive. He’s been a leader in it since 1974.
Posted in Editor's Blog Tagged with: Preppers, Survivalists
Most autos have skinny or thin blades anyhow, which also means they can’t be used for a lot of things that I would normally use an EDC blade for.
Posted in Knives Tagged with: Switchblades