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Hunting Squirrels In Spring Learning how to hunt squirrels in the spring is different than hunting squirrels in the fall or winter. Squirrels eat different foods in the spring and you will find them in […]
The Worst Caliber For Hunting Elk I realize I might ruffle a few feathers with this email, but that’s how it goes sometimes. Some cartridges have reputations for “punching above their weight.” They tend to […]
Shooting Range vs Hunting A Big Difference Lots of quality practice at the shooting range can be extremely beneficial hunting afield. However, techniques and gear that work really well at the shooting range don’t always […]
Shotgun Choke For Slugs Most of today’s shotgun barrels are threaded. These threads are used for interchangeable chokes and can make the shotgun more versatile. With the wide range of shotgun chokes one question pops […]