Monthly Archives: October 2021

2019 North Central Regional N.S.C.A. Championship Tour

The Loneliest Sport “…the closest game to the game we call life…” –Bobby Jones At the level of friends and pastime, it is among the most sociable sports there is, with tens of millions participating.  Raise it to a prize competition, though, and it whipsaws to among the most heartless.  Other games come with teammates […]

Choosing a Sensible Pistol for Self Defense Situations

Compact Single Stack Pistols are commonly carried for defense but far too often, people don’t train or practice with them as much as they should. Smaller guns are harder to shoot, less fun to shoot and more work to run… but, that’s no excuse not to spend time working with and thinking about the gun […]

How Much Ammo is Enough?

How much ammunition is enough? “All of it!” is not the correct answer… though it sounds fun. The fact is that defensive shooting skill development, reliability testing with defensive ammunition and practice all require a lot of ammunition. But just how much is, well, enough? What should you consider a bare minimum in each endeavor?  […]

Tips for Bagging an Alaskan Moose

The leaves are changing in Alaska as fall quickly approaches. The smell of deciduous trees is in the air and that means one thing…MOOSE Season Here are eight tips and tactics to help bring home that monster Alaska Bull moose you’ve always dreamed of.  1) Physical and Mental Fitness This is the most underrated portion of […]

How is Your Ground Game? And We’re Not Talking Football

“Just save the tenderloins and backstraps and grind the rest into burger.” The statement above is heard all too often by processors across the country. I supposed that many of us who drag home antlered-game just don’t know what to do with the “other parts”. From the processors we get annoying packs of butterflied backstrap […]

Here Comes Winchester’s New 350 Legend

The devil, as we know, is in the details. Natural resources departments have been looking for ways to increase participation in licensed hunting, especially for white-tailed deer where populations continue at unprecedented levels while hunter numbers have overallavailable cheap guns for sale . declined. Which is why several prime Midwestern deer states have established regulations that […]

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