There’s Hunting… and then there’s Old School Hunting! A lot of people like to hunt, whether its new school hunting or old school hunting, some for necessity and others out of enjoyment. There are a select few, like my brother Mark and myself, that enjoy stocking prey with rifles and shotguns made in the [...]
Hunting The Old Way, With The 50/70, Old School For Sure! An early morning chill made me shiver as I clutched the cold steel barrel of the Garrett Arms 50/70 Sharps Carbine. The late November Anterless Deer hunt had begun and I was waiting for my two hunting partners to appear. The cool morning breeze [...]
Scatter Gun, The Old Fashioned Way. The late November chill was in the air as Matt and I settled down in our previously constructed duck blind. At this time of year the reservoir was low, leaving behind a myriad of dried moss and reeds that were very much buoyant during the summer when the water [...]
Racing Technology…Taking Guns to a Whole New Level Some of you reading this title may be wondering what I am talking about or referring to? Well before I get deep into the subject matter let me first touch on something I am always excited about. As a person who is always striving to learn more [...]
Furthering your defense/safety training is only as good as the source you are learning from…
“It was like Yellowstone with guns, the only difference is that we could shoot alot of it.” Outdoor safety should be a priority in your preparation!
Hunting in Alaska can be very rewarding…but what kind of safety measures should you employ while in the middle-of-nowhere situations?