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  • Reasons why you should contract real estate agents

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    Rowan
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:59 pm
    A common misconception regarding the property industry is that the service rendered by a real estate agent is only limited to finished property. The truth however is that their services begin from the time a person is hoping to buy a building that is to undergo construction. During the construction of the property phase, the agents provide a number of vital services to the buyer. Try to visit this website to view real estate at the lowest price for you. These services are important because of the following reasons. First and foremost in case a person hopes to construct property with the…
  • A Conversation with an Anti Hunter

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    Cory Glauner
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:54 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters We get hate mail and/or death threats from at least one anti hunter daily. Usually, there is no need to respond as they are unreasonable, rude, and have no sense of irony. But check this one out. What do you think of our response? Dear Sirs I have just come across your blog and I […] A Conversation with an Anti Hunter International Hunting Consultants
  • Does it Work? Ozone Scent Control vs. Drug-Sniffing Dog

    Hunting News
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:53 pm
    You've had your head in the clouds if you've missed the de-scents-itizing hype of companies selling ozone-generating products.
  • Thank You: I’ve Been Named The 2014 QDMA Communicator of the Year and I Owe It To You

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    Mark Kenyon
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    By Mark Kenyon While in Georgia this past week for the Quality Deer Management Association’s 2014 National Convention, I was given one of the greatest surprises of my life. I was named the 2014 QDMA Communicator of the Year. It was an unbelievable honor, and given the other people who’ve won the award (Scott Bestul […]
  • Hunting eBay

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    zenhunter
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:28 pm
    Target bags and 3D deer have suddenly appeared in our yard. Danielle and I were on the deck last week, sipping cocktails, when I got a text from my hunting partner in Iowa. The texts went back and forth – strategies for our bow hunt in November, talk of food plots and treestand safety harnesses, pictures of deer in the backyard of the house he’d just bought on 20-some acres in Zone 5. When my attention returned to our time on the deck, a welcome evening breeze dropping the July temps a few degrees, she gave me a studied look. “You guys,” she said with a slight shake of…
 
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  • Thank You: I’ve Been Named The 2014 QDMA Communicator of the Year and I Owe It To You

    Mark Kenyon
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    By Mark Kenyon While in Georgia this past week for the Quality Deer Management Association’s 2014 National Convention, I was given one of the greatest surprises of my life. I was named the 2014 QDMA Communicator of the Year. It was an unbelievable honor, and given the other people who’ve won the award (Scott Bestul […]
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #16: The Art of Hunting One Specific Buck w/Bill Winke

    Mark Kenyon
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:57 am
    Today on the Wired To Hunt Podcast we’re joined by Bill Winke, accomplished whitetail writer and creator of MidwestWhitetail.com and Midwest Whitetail TV. Our topic of discussion? The art of hunting one, specific buck. There are few goals in the hunting world more thrilling, but equally frustrating as chasing a single, specific buck but Bill […]
  • What is the National Deer Alliance?

    Mark Kenyon
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:11 pm
    By Mark Kenyon “This is the most important thing I’ve ever worked on, and probably ever will.” Coming from Craig Dougherty (a former executive at several large hunting companies, published author, Quality Deer Management Association board member, and whitetail expert), this kind of statement carried a lot of weight. Craig and I were at Bob […]
  • Video of the Day: Game of Inches

    Mark Kenyon
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:55 am
    By Mark Kenyon The last decade of whitetail hunting has been an interesting one. We’ve seen some of the highest of highs over recent years, but most recently the discussion has been more about the lowest of lows. Over the first ten years of the new millenium we experienced record populations and harvests, and unthinkable […]
  • The 7 Greatest Dangers Of Trail Cameras

    Mark Kenyon
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:37 pm
    By Mark Kenyon I’d just been gone on vacation for 10 days and now here I sat at my desk, knowing I had to get some serious work done. But I just couldn’t. Something was gnawing at me from the inside out. I wanted to know. I had to know. I needed to know. What was […]
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  • Hunting eBay

    zenhunter
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:28 pm
    Target bags and 3D deer have suddenly appeared in our yard. Danielle and I were on the deck last week, sipping cocktails, when I got a text from my hunting partner in Iowa. The texts went back and forth – strategies for our bow hunt in November, talk of food plots and treestand safety harnesses, pictures of deer in the backyard of the house he’d just bought on 20-some acres in Zone 5. When my attention returned to our time on the deck, a welcome evening breeze dropping the July temps a few degrees, she gave me a studied look. “You guys,” she said with a slight shake of…
  • A Date with the Happy Hooker

    zenhunter
    5 Jun 2014 | 10:58 am
    Usually when my alarm goes off on a Sunday at 2:30 am, somewhere there’s a duck or goose, deer or pig that’s about to become part of my food chain. This time was a little different. With a little luck, seafood would be added to the menu at our house. The light was already on in the bathroom when I got up, another way this particular morning was different. Usually it’s just me and the dog padding around the dark and silent house. This trip, my fiancée Danielle was joining me, with a sad-eyed pup being told she’d be staying behind. An hour later, makeup and mascara…
  • Big Jake

    zenhunter
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:09 pm
    My first turkey — taken in the beautiful foothills of Sonoma, California.     I killed an oxymoron this morning. The young male turkey, or “Jake” as he’s known in turkey parlance, was at the head of a gang of five, walking cautiously along a fence line as he craned his neck to eyeball our decoys. At 36 yards I pulled the trigger, and the borrowed 870, tricked out for just such a bird and moment, dropped him with finality. It was only around 10:30am but we’d been at it since dawn. He felt heavy when I hoisted him up, about 16 pounds. More accustomed to…
  • Carnitas in the Crosshairs

    zenhunter
    18 Jan 2014 | 4:50 pm
    Hoss Hog Ranch covers some good pig terrain in the hills west of Maxwell I was working away on the computer when another new email notice popped up in the upper right corner of my screen. Only glancing at it, since work-related emails ding away all day, it took a second for it to register that it wasn’t from a client. It was from California Waterfowl Association. Some months before, I had entered the CWA hunt program lottery that gives away waterfowl, dove, turkey, and pig hunts on private lands and at prestigious clubs through a fund-raising program, with the support of local…
  • Rich and Poor

    zenhunter
    7 Jan 2014 | 4:52 pm
    This season has been the kind where I don’t ponder the cost per duck. It’s too depressing. It would be in the hundreds. It would make a dinner of filet mignon and the finest wine at a five star restaurant – twice a week at least – look like the bargain of the century. A rice lease. Training for the dog. Sixty bucks in gas every trip. Time away from work. More equipment. None of it mattered; there just wasn’t ever much on the strap. Is there an emoticon for feeling poor, broke? On the other hand, there aren’t enough stars in any restaurant’s rating to match…
 
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  • Reasons why you should contract real estate agents

    Rowan
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:59 pm
    A common misconception regarding the property industry is that the service rendered by a real estate agent is only limited to finished property. The truth however is that their services begin from the time a person is hoping to buy a building that is to undergo construction. During the construction of the property phase, the agents provide a number of vital services to the buyer. Try to visit this website to view real estate at the lowest price for you. These services are important because of the following reasons. First and foremost in case a person hopes to construct property with the…
  • Benefits of working with a property Management Company

    Rowan
    10 Jun 2014 | 9:28 pm
    Property management is a hard task to accomplish without the help of a professional expert. This is one of the reasons why property management companies have become very popular. There are numerous benefits that the property owner is going to enjoy if he hires a good company. Property management companies provide amazing services. One of the advantages of hiring the right company is the increase in income. The company is going to be responsible for marketing the property as well as bringing clients. Use this link to view one of the expert property managers in Australia. Properties which have…
  • What Are the Risks?

    Rowan
    24 Mar 2014 | 6:11 pm
    There are a lot of risks that must be considered when a person is planning on buying investment properties. As is the case with any decision involving a large amount of money that is intended to boost the financial security of a person, it is particularly important to ensure that all pros and cons are taken into consideration and all of the risks have been carefully contemplated before making any major decisions. Below are some of the risks involved with the purchase and management of investment properties. Though it seems unlikely, when considering purchasing investment properties it is…
  • Property Agent Must Be Selected In A Wise Manner

    Rowan
    19 Mar 2014 | 11:18 pm
    Most of the people fear about the process of investing money. The reason is that there are number investments available now a day that are profitable. But at the same time, it is also not possible to make sure of the fact that the investments that are yielding profit are safe. There are a number of types and methods available in the investment. Even the investment in the form of insurance is also an investment, but the fact about them is that it is possible to take any benefit out of them until unless someone dies or something wrong happens to a person. Even though this may sound to be an…
  • Property Or Shares

    Rowan
    17 Mar 2014 | 8:55 pm
    One of the perpetual questions asked of popular financial experts and inestment columnists in Australia is whether it is preferable to invest in property or shares. An Australian Real Estate Investment Trust, or A-REIT for short, combines aspects of each. Previously referred to as Listed Property Trusts or LPTs until early 2008, this type of managed fund pools investors’ money in order to acquire property assets that, due to their size or value, would be extremely difficult for any but the wealthiest of private investors to acquire on their own. By the articles on…
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  • A Conversation with an Anti Hunter

    Cory Glauner
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:54 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters We get hate mail and/or death threats from at least one anti hunter daily. Usually, there is no need to respond as they are unreasonable, rude, and have no sense of irony. But check this one out. What do you think of our response? Dear Sirs I have just come across your blog and I […] A Conversation with an Anti Hunter International Hunting Consultants
  • Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting in Oregon

    Cory Glauner
    27 Jun 2014 | 11:01 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting in Oregon Archery Only Roosevelt Elk Hunt Incredible Success Rate of 75%! 90% of the Bulls Make P&Y Hunt Private Ground Mid-August through Mid-September learn more | Ask about this hunt Roosevelt Archery Elk Hunting in Oregon International Hunting Consultants
  • GEAR REVIEW: T.A.G. Bags Synthetic Game Bags

    Marc Warnke
    26 Jun 2014 | 6:46 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters I have now used my T.A.G. Bags synthetic game bags to pack out two elk. I’m a fan! They are light, strong, easy to clean and do everything they are advertised to do. Because their brilliance is in their simplicity it won’t take me long to explain why I like them. First let me speak […] GEAR REVIEW: T.A.G. Bags Synthetic Game Bags International Hunting Consultants
  • Another Successful British Columbia Bear Season

    Russ Meyer
    24 Jun 2014 | 3:44 pm
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Once again, our 2014 ended with another successful British Columbia bear hunting season. The spring season ended with happy hunters and some incredible bears. The success always amazes me. BC does not allow baiting so this is a spot and stalk hunt. If you haven’t had the opportunity to stalk into close proximity of a […] Another Successful British Columbia Bear Season International Hunting Consultants
  • Preparing for Cape Buffalo with a Bow

    Shad Wheeler
    16 Jun 2014 | 11:51 am
    International Hunting Consultants - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Wow Cape Buffalo with a Bow!!! I still can’t believe I am heading to Africa! Let alone to go on one of my Top 5 Bucket List hunts, Cape Buffalo with a bow, aka Black Death, Dagga Boys, oh yeah. I have dreamed of hunting Cape Buffalo with a bow since I was 12 years […] Preparing for Cape Buffalo with a Bow International Hunting Consultants
 
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  • High Power National Championship — The Guns of Camp Perry

    Editor
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    We are already half-way through the NRA High Power National Championship and SSG Shane Barnhart of the USAMU remains atop the leaderboard, with a score of 1193-64X out of a possible 1200 points. Barnhart shot a 595-28X during Sunday’s Navy Cup, Coast Guard Trophy, and Army Cup matches. Barnhart currently holds a three-point lead over second place SSG Brandon Green (1190-58X), the defending High Power National Champion. Like Barnhart, Green shoots for the USAMU. Kenneth Lankford leads the “any sight” (scopes allowed) division with 1191-54X. High Power Hardware: The Guns of…
  • Remington Announces R51 Pistol Exchange

    Editor
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:17 am
    Maybe the “R” in Remington’s 9mm R51 pistol stands for “recall”, or more accurately “replacement”. Responding to many complaints from pistol buyers (and some embarrassing videos posted on YouTube), Remington has offered to exchange the pistols: “Anyone who purchased an R51 may return it and receive a new R51 pistol, along with two additional magazines and a custom Pelican case, by calling Remington at (800) 243-9700.” The second generation R51 pistols should be available by late October, according to Remington. So, if your R51 is a lemon,…
  • Sinclair Product Report: Thumler’s Tumbler with Stainless Media

    Editor
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:36 am
    We know that many of our readers are now tumbling their brass in liquid media rather than dry media such as corn-cob or walnut shells. When done with STM stainless tumbling media (small ss pins), this system really does work, producing brass that is clean “inside and out”. The only down-side to wet tumbling is that sometimes the inside of the caseneck gets so “squeaky clean” that bullets take more effort to seat. This can be remedied with the use of a dry lube inside the necks. When cleaning with stainless tumbling media you’ll need a quality tumbler that is…
  • Great Deals on Rimfire Guns at CDNN

    Editor
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    Everyone needs a few good .22 LR firearms for fun shooting, target practice, and cross-training. We found two exceptional deals right now at CDNN Sports, a large wholesaler that specializes in inventory close-outs. CDNN acquires products at low cost, so they can sell well below MSRP. The first item that caught our eye was a nice 1911-style target pistol. These full-size, German-made GSG rimfire 1911s often sell for $400.00 or more (MSRP is $427.95). This item is currently on sale for just $279.99. Plus a $30.00 distributor’s rebate is available for purchases made through July 31, 2014…
  • Bastogne Beauty — F-Classer from Master Class Stocks

    Editor
    26 Jul 2014 | 11:50 pm
    Alex Sitman of Master Class Stocks in Pennsylvania is widely considered one of the finest rifle-stock craftsmen in the country, if not the world. Alex’s workmanship and dedication to excellence is top-of-the-line. Alex normally custom-fits each stock to his customer precisely. Many hours are dedicated to stock prep and inletting, and his bedding jobs are flawless. Each stock is exactingly hand-crafted with great attention to detail, and then the stock is “dressed” in the customer’s choice of finishes. Doing all that takes time — a lot of time. That’s why…
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  • Genesis Whitetails

    Jason Gill
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:46 am
    Genesis Whitetails is a Huntsville, Illinois outfitter and hunting guide who guided hunts include whitetail deer. Company: Genesis Whitetails Street: RR 1 Box 10 City: Huntsville State: Illinois Zip: 62344 Phone: 217-392-2115 Website: www.genesiswhitetails.com Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: Whitetail Deer If You’ve Used this Outfitter, Leave a Review
  • Linwood Taxidermy

    Chris
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:12 am
    Linwood Taxidermy is located in the Northern Great Lakes Region in Mid Michigan. With simple shipping methods, we consider all customers to be local. We do all work in house, only tanning is sent locally to the top tannery in the nation ensuring the best professional, commercial tan possible. Company: Linwood Taxidermy Street:182 N Seven Mile Rd City: Linwood State: Michigan Zip: 48634 Phone: 989-239-8801 Outfitter Website | Twitter | Facebook Taxidermist Specializes in the Taxidermy of: big game, small game, upland game birds, birds, fish, waterfowl, warm and salt water fish, exotics,…
  • Tusk-N-Tines Outfitters of Ohio

    Jason Gill
    18 May 2014 | 3:28 am
    Tusk-N-Tines Outfitters of Ohio is a Latham, Ohio outfitter and hunting guide Located in the hills of beautiful southern Ohio, we offer a large selection of wild hogs, Arkansas, Russian and European Boar. Our trophy list also includes; Trophy Whitetail Deer, Whitetail Does, Trophy Bull Elk, Cow Elk , Fallow Bucks, Fallow Does, Red Stag, a variety of Trophy Rams (Mouflon Rams,Big Horn Rams, Painted Desert Rams, Corsican Rams, Texas Dall Ram and exotic breeds of goats and sheep), and also many other species (please call for availability). We specialize in wild boar and whitetail hunts. Our wild…
  • Bighorn Buck Adventures

    Chris
    18 May 2014 | 3:16 am
    Bighorn Buck Adventures is a Pierceland, Saskatchewan outfitter who offers free range trophy Saskatchewan whitetail and black bear hunts. We also offer guaranteed elk and whitetail hunts, all hunts are fully guided with lodging in our new log lodge,for more info contact us and we would be happy to help you arrange your trip to Saskatchewan. Company: Bighorn Buck Adventures Street: p.o box 358 City: Pierceland Province:  Saskatchewan Zip Code: S0M 2K0 Country: Canada Phone: 306-839-4804 Website: http://bighornbuck.com Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: Elk, Whitetail Deer and…
  • Antlers and Spurs outfitters

    Chris
    29 Apr 2014 | 3:10 am
    Antlers and Spurs outfitters is a Peebles, Ohio outfitter and hunting guide who guided hunts include whitetail deer and turkey. Company: Antlers and Spurs outfitters Street: 635 Tater Knob Rd. City: Peebles State: Ohio Zip: 44660 Phone: 937-302-8664 Email: ansoutfitters@gmail.com Outfitter Specializes in Guided Hunts of: whitetail deer and turkey If You’ve Used this Outfitter, Leave a Review
 
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  • ArcheryTalk.com helps promote the Pope & Young Club.

    HL News
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Chatfield, MN – July 15, 2014 – The Pope & Young Club is proud to announce that ArcheryTalk.com, the world’s largest archery community, supports and promotes the Pope and Young Club by informing archers worldwide of the great work they do protecting and promoting wildlife. The Pope and Young Club and ArcheryTalk are now working together to attract new archers and keep them involved in the sport, which is so vital in growing the tradition of bowhunting. “As a personal friend of Glenn St. Charles and family, founder of The Pope And Young Club, I feel it’s important to promote…
  • Bushnell Launches Partnership with Trail Cam Web App Provider DeerLab

    HL News
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Click on image, then the arrow to play video Overland Park, Kan. – Bushnell, a leader in trail camera technology, has launched a new partnership with DeerLab that provides Trophy Cam customers with a free one-month DeerLab trial and discounted subscription offer. DeerLab simplifies the management and analysis of trail camera photos, helping hunters more effectively pattern deer and hunt smarter. DeerLab’s unique and user-friendly app helps hunters understand patterns of specific animals at various camera locations, and simplifies the previously laborious process of managing…
  • LEGISLATIVE ALERT: Show Your Support for Recreational Angling and Hatchery Steelhead

    HL News
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Please see below for an action alert sent out by Washington Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Chair Sen. Pam Roach and Washington Senate Natural Resources & Parks Committee Chair Sen. Kirk Pearson on the recent settlement between the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and the Wild Fish Conservancy regarding the release of hatchery steelhead in the Puget Sound. On July 29, 2014, the Washington Senate Natural Resources & Parks Committee will hold a hearing to discuss the recent settlement on Puget Sound steelhead hatchery programs agreed to by the Washington Department of…
  • Brooke Sevigny, Sponsored GASTON J. GLOCK style LP Shooter, Wins Ladies Championship and 1st B-Class in Amateur Open Division at 2014 Pro-Am Shooting Championship

    HL News
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    SMYRNA, GA (July 2014) – GASTON J. GLOCK style LP, a sponsor of the Sevigny Performance Team, is pleased to announce that Brooke Sevigny took home the Ladies Championship title, along with the 1st B-Class Title, in the Amateur Open Division at the Pro-Am Shooting Championship, held July 18th-20th, 2014 at the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, FL. This was Brooke’s fourth time competing at the annual tournament. Winning the B-Class Title was Brooke’s number one goal entering the Pro-Am this year. She reflected, “It felt great to accomplish my goal of winning one…
  • Task Force Formed to Counter Cyber Threats to Hunters

    HL News
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    (Columbus, Ohio) – Sportsmen, conservation organizations and outdoor personalities met at the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA) headquarters yesterday to develop strategies to counter the recent increase in cyber-attacks on hunters. The group makes up the Hunter Advancement Task Force with most members sharing a common theme of having been targeted by animal rights activists through social media. “This is a great opportunity to start developing ways to hold those responsible for the recent wave of cyber-attacks against sportsmen accountable,” said Nick Pinizzotto, USSA…
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  • Keep Biting Flies, Skeeters at Bay With ThermaCell’s Shield

    Alan Clemons
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:19 pm
    Few things in the outdoors world -- hunting, camping, fishing -- garner universal or near-universal praise, acclaim and downright joy in some instances. I've seen a lot of stuff over the years. Some has been great or good, and some has been junk. Even the most enthusiastic, wide-eyed, deep-pocketed and media-savvy company or businessman can pimp a product until they're blue in the face, but the dollar-spending public is the final arbiter of success or failure. I don't believe I've ever seen as much acceptance and praise as for the ThermaCELL products. From the first time they hit the market,…
  • Swanky Resort Eyes Sharpshooters to Reduce Deer

    Alan Clemons
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Despite the usual yammering about using contraceptives and idiotically sensational phrases like "slaughtering" in media reports, officials at a swanky coastal resort community have given the green light to bring in sharpshooters to effectively, quickly and firmly deal with a severe problem of overpopulated deer. Following the science-based recommendations of its deer management committee, the Jekyll Island Authority appears set to use U.S. Department of Agriculture sharpshooters to kill deer on the Georgia resort island. The committee recommends at least 80 deer be eliminated immediately…
  • Why Do Bucks Spar When Their Antlers Are Still in Velvet?

    D&DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:23 am
    Ever wonder why bucks sometimes spar with each other when their antlers are still in velvet? It's a fascinating behavior among whitetails, especially because we know that velvet antlers are extremely sensitive. John Ozoga has been Deer & Deer Hunting's research editor for the past 20 years. Before that, he was one of the top whitetail research biologists in North America. He conducted most of his work in Upper Michigan during the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Here are John's Whitetail Wisdom insights on how bucks using sparring to determine their rank (pecking order, so to speak) in the whitetail…
  • QDMA Forms New Deer Group for Conservation Advocacy

    Alan Clemons
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:50 am
    Deer hunters, conservation organizations and hunting industry companies from across North America are rapidly uniting to form the National Deer Alliance (NDA) – a new organization created to serve as the unified voice of the modern deer hunter and guardian of North America’s wild deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. While deer are clearly the most popular big game animal in North America, a disheartening one percent of deer hunters belong to a national deer conservation organization. Perhaps this is because deer, especially whitetails, have flourished in recent decades.
  • Rubs: The Whitetail’s Communication Hub

    blovett
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:05 am
    Humans learn by seeing. Deer do, too. When a hunter comes upon a big rub, his heart skips a beat. When a whitetail buck encounters a rub of any size, it has different thoughts. Our excitement has to do with hunting possibilities. A buck’s has to do with identifying who made the rub, because their world is all about competition. By the Deer & Deer Hunting Staff When a buck makes a rub, it deposits liberal amounts of scent from its nasal, preorbital and forehead gland on the sapling or tree. The number of rubs a buck makes in its home range depends on several factors, such as how sexually…
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  • Assessing Countryside Behaviour!

    B Bithell
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    It’s fair to say that the UK boasts some truly astonishing countryside walks, experiences and views! Within the United Kingdom, of course, we have Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland Continue Reading → The post Assessing Countryside Behaviour! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • Can’t see the ‘woods’ for the ‘trees’!

    B Bithell
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:13 pm
    It’s estimated that there are between 30 to 50 native species of trees in existence in the UK! Add the non-native species to be found and we have quite a Continue Reading → The post Can’t see the ‘woods’ for the ‘trees’! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • Has the Highland Pony become obsolete?

    B Bithell
    17 Jun 2014 | 2:12 am
    As time has gone by, the increased popularity of tractors and mechanical equipment has all but ‘seen off’ the old tradition of using a Highland Pony for carting and ploughing Continue Reading → The post Has the Highland Pony become obsolete? appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • For the countryman who has everything – a silk tie!

    B Bithell
    11 Jun 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Ever considered a silk tie? Are you looking for a gift for that special man in your life?  Is he a farmer, fisherman or a  keen huntsman? Or, perhaps he’s Continue Reading → The post For the countryman who has everything – a silk tie! appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
  • Fantastic day at Ruthin Canine Society Dog Show

    B Bithell
    3 Jun 2014 | 2:31 am
    Well, 31st May 2014 was officially our first exhibit at a dog show! It was an early start on the damp Saturday morning of May 31st, 2014! We needed to Continue Reading → The post Fantastic day at Ruthin Canine Society Dog Show appeared first on Cherry Tree Country Clothing.
 
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  • Tapco Intrafuse Stock for the Ruger 10/22

    lickx
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:27 am
    If your Ruger 10/22 needs to be updated, you might want to consider the new Tapco Intrafuse Stock system which will help modernize your weapon. The new stock is clean, lightweight, and strong and offers a way to make your older weapon look new and modern again. Many consumers have stated that Tapco stock systems have proven to be ideal for transforming their older rifles into something that looks like it could have been a recent purchase. This particular system offers the vaunted Tapco Intrafuse stock which is adjustable and provides user with a simple solution that can be easily installed.
  • The Revolution in Firearm Grips is Now Here

    lickx
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    GLEN ROCK, PA (July 2014) - American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms), a Veteran-owned, Type 07 FFL manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories, builds on the success of the recentlay announced A*B Arms T*Grip for the IWI TAVOR® Bullpup rifle with the SBR P*Grip. Designed and manufactured in the USA by a veteran-owned company, the SBR P*Grip or Pistol Grip is made from technologically advanced polymer materials making them strong, lightweight and low profile. The patent pending, ambidextrous, ergonomic design allows the user to have an identical “feel” in both…
  • The compact and robust Aimpoint Micro H1 4 MOA with LRP Mount Review

    lickx
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:03 am
    For all red-dot fans out there, the Aimpoint Micro H1 4 MOA with LRP (Lever Release Picatinny) Mount will be great to addition to the pool. With just too many options in the optics department from a variety of highly respected companies, shooters are finding it increasingly hard to not fall for quality and innovation even if its means it would leave a gaping hole in their pocket. The question though is how many of you would be prepared to spend a great big amount for a red-dot, especially when there are umpteen such red-dots in the market with a much smaller price tag? Aimpoint launched its…
  • Dade County Police Officer Encourages Gun Buying

    lickx
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Miami-Dade County is facing proposed budget cuts that are so serious that hundreds in their police department could be laid off or fired as a result. The situation is so dire that John Rivera, who is the president of the Miami-Dade Police Benevolent Association, informed the residents to “get yourself some firearms”. This was a clear warning that Rivera felt that the police department was being stripped of too many personnel which would leave the citizens of Miami-Dade County vulnerable to more crime. The announcement of the new budget for the upcoming years was made by the mayor of…
  • The new reliable, robust and compact Spitfire Rifle scopes from Vortex

    lickx
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    Continuing their immaculate and innovative attempts at providing unique and functional rifle scope, Vortex has come up with one specially built for the AR platform. The Vortex Spitfire riflescopes is an interesting and durable addition to their product line, awarding the users with great performance and durability. The design that blends strength and compactness rides high on performance, simplicity and efficiency. Vortex Optics– A spotlight Vortex Optics is a Wisconsin based company that designs, builds and delivers a wide range of optics like high-quality binoculars, riflescopes, spotting…
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  • Kershaw Skyline Unboxing, First Impressions and Review

    Michael
    20 Jul 2014 | 9:13 pm
    The Kershaw Skyline (available here) is a flipper many of you are probably very familiar with already. It’s the favored EDC knife of countless users who are constantly singing its praises. Seeing as how I already have a very good EDC blade I had been putting off purchasing the Skyline. Well, now I finally have one of my own and I would like to share the unboxing and my first impressions of this hallowed and extremely popular EDC knife. Let’s open it up and see if all the hype is merited. Immediately after removing the Skyline from its box I was impressed with how lightweight the…
  • TEOTWAWKI Skills: Practical Talents for Life After Civilization

    Michael
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:57 pm
    A growing selection of people all over the world are experiencing major changes for the worse in many facets of daily life. Future uncertainties have created an extraordinary movement towards survival and preparedness due to massive and continued foreclosures, layoffs and the ever increasing prices of basic commodities. Most experts in preparedness, survival and TEOTWAWKI agree that there is need of practical skills for life after civilization. These experts also agree that “The end of the world as we know it (TEOTWAWKI)” refers to circumstances that can forever alter society and…
  • Ontario RAT 2: My Favorite EDC Pocket Knife

    Michael
    3 Jul 2014 | 9:09 pm
    I have always had a preference for fixed blades, but in the average person’s day-to-day life they are simply not practical. I doubt many office workers could stroll into their cubicle with a BK9 hanging from the waist without someone calling the police. That’s why the majority of “EDC” knives (Every Day Carry) are small and inconspicuous folders. They don’t draw attention and as long as certain restrictions are met according to your local laws, are usually perfectly legal to conceal carry. Today I’m going to be discussing the Ontario RAT 2, my current and…
  • Condor Kukri Machete Review

    Michael
    24 Jun 2014 | 1:22 pm
    The Condor Kukri Machete up for review (available here) is an excellent option for a large, affordable, fixed blade knife that’s perfect for heavy-duty chopping, hacking vines and shrubbery, cutting wood, batoning and clearing trails. It makes short work of tall brush, easily lops off limbs for firewood, and sharpens up quickly to a razor edge. I reviewed the Condor Heavy Duty Kukri a while back and came away very satisfied with everything that model had to offer. Like the HD Kukri, this model is also made in El Salvador with premium build materials, including high-carbon steel, thick…
  • 5 Quick and Crude Emergency Shelters for Wilderness Survival

    Michael
    10 Jun 2014 | 9:37 pm
    Shelter: An essential element of survival – along with clothing, food, and water, of course. When we think of shelter, usually the first thing that pops into our minds are our homes, apartments, condo’s, and houses. In an emergency or rescue scenario, shelter may not be such a warm and comfortable place. Being exposed in the wilderness can leave us open to all sorts of harmful elements, from extreme heat and cold to wind, rain, and snow. Exposure can quickly turn the odds against you when it comes to injuries, illness, wild animals and other dangers. You should always know how to…
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  • Barrett Model 99A1 – A Review

    admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:02 pm
    Get Power, unadulterated and basic the Barrett Model 99a1 is intended for one thing just: to accomplish the occupation. With its splendidly straightforward outline, no-nonsense development and shockingly few moving parts, it offers match-winning correctness over a long period of time. At the heart of this hearty and faultless shot activity rifle is a one-piece 7000 arrangement aluminum composite expulsion. A high temperature treated steel M1913 optics rail is appended to the highest point of the expulsion by nearly divided high-quality jolts. The match-tolerance barrel is pressed and bolted…
  • Vortex Rifle Scopes – A Must Have in the Kits of Hunters and Strategic Shooters

    admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:52 am
    The game of shooting and hunting is played all the more effectively with rifle scopes. Vortex extensions incorporate military, strategic, and progressed night vision rifle scopes. Assembled with chase demonstrated innovation and roughness, Vortex rifle scopes are to a great degree solid one. They are light weighing, rust defiant and effortlessly mountable on all standard weapons. The Vortex product offering indulges military workforce, seekers, riflemen and long range focused shooting. Advanced range capacity, unique plan as well as precision factors are the foremost reasons why you get…
  • Reasons For The Popularity of Nightforce SHV 4-14×56

    admin
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:17 am
    Nightforce SHV is quite different from the rest of the products introduced by the brand. For a company which is known to produce limited and expensive rifle scopes, here is a model that is cheaper than its predecessors. Yes, that’s what it is. You cannot expect cheap rifle scopes from this brand primarily because of the quality it offers. Since its inception, it has never looked back. Rather, its popularity and credibility has grown with passing time. And today, Nightforce is a name to reckon with in the hunting sports optics industry. However, with Nightforce SHV scopes, it has…
  • Vortex Viper PST 2.5-10×44 – A Review

    admin
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    The Vortex Viper PST (Precision Shooting Tactical) Riflescope brags gimmicks connected with top-level rifle scopes yet comes in at a road cost under the $1,000 mark. Matching reticle and turret estimations permit correct, quick dialing of shots. The one-piece 30mm tube, exactness machined from a solitary, strong square of airplane review 6061-T6 aluminum, offers sufficient windage and rise alteration. Conceived from a private understanding of Riflescope outline, forward-deduction designing, and open ears to a business sector unimaginable vocal about what it needs in a Riflescope, the Viper…
  • How To Use Red Dot Sights?

    admin
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:56 am
    Which red dot sight do you use? I have just shifted my focus to Aimpoint 9000SC Red Dot Sight recently. But the selection of a Red Dot sight depends on your need. What do need the scope for- war, target shooting, experimentation, pistol, rifle, shotgun, wet, desert, underwater activities? Depending on your need the type of red dot sight will be decided. Another factor is what weapon you have. Is it a shotgun, an air rifle or a heavy weapon? As opposed to popular belief there are dot sights which can be used by hunters with bows and arrows. There is a large variety of products on the market…
 
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