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Best Way to Wash and Store Hunting Clothes- Stay Fresh

By Dale Richardson / April 10, 2021

Share0 Tweet0 Dealing with your dirty hunting clothes after coming back from a long hunt can leave you clueless. Most hunters are not even aware that how much it matters to properly clean and store their clothes.However, we will be happy to guide you learn the best way to wash and store hunting clothes. It’s […]

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How Should You Hold a Handgun for Maximum Accuracy? (7 Easy Steps)

By Marvin Nelson / March 31, 2021

Share0 Tweet0 Hold, aim and shoot. Well, shooting a handgun might sound that easy to you, but the reality is quite different.Holding a handgun is easy but getting the target with your shot is the toughest part. So, how should you hold a handgun for maximum accuracy?This is about more than getting a target, accuracy […]

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How to Cut Deer Antler for Knife Handle- Explained in Depth

By Marvin Nelson / December 18, 2020

Share0 Tweet0 Deer antler is a beautiful crown of a deer. Antlers help them to defend themselves from any attack in the wildlife.So, if you’re an antique lover, we get your fascination for a deer antler knife handle. There’s no reason that can make you dislike a fascinating deer antler knife handle. Buying a knife with […]

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Why Is a Recurve Bow Better than a Longbow? Explained in Depth

By Dale Richardson / November 11, 2020

Share0 Tweet0 Recurve bow and longbow are the two most competitive bows among all. It is very difficult to choose one bow from these two as they have quite the same amount of fans.As there are several types of archery, it’s quite important to figure out exactly which one you will be following. Target archery, […]

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6 Easy Tips on How to Shoot a Compound Bow More Accurately

By Marvin Nelson / November 9, 2020

Share0 Tweet0 We don’t know if sticks and stones will break your bones or not, but failure could get you killed. Even if it doesn’t get you killed, you wouldn’t want to miss a prey that was a sure kill.Hunters have been using a bow since the ancient human era. To survive, they used to […]

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Deer Hunting After Rain: Tips And Tricks

By Dale Richardson / November 3, 2020

Share0 Tweet0 You’ve just worn your hunting shoes to go deer hunting. Shoot! It starts raining cats and dogs. But here’s the catch. Rainy days can actually be your ally.To turn things in your favour, you need to know Deer Hunting After Rain: Tips and Tricks.Deer come out to feed and freshen their scrapes right […]

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What Safety Precautions Should You Take When Hunting From A Boat?

By Marvin Nelson / October 27, 2020

Share0 Tweet0 Are you a hunter with a flair for trying new things? You may have heard of Boat Hunting: The lovechild of boating and hunting. Mixing these two can be super fun yet dangerous.Accidents directly related to recreational boating is very common in USA. In 2019 over 600 people died and over 2500 people […]

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