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Dr. John

Award winning outdoor writer/photographer since 1978. Over 3000 articles and columns published nationally. Field & Stream Hero of Conservation in 2007. Fields of writing includes hunting most game in American, Canada, and Europe, fishing fresh and saltwater, destination travel, product reviews, industry consulting, and conservation issues. Currently VP at largest community college in Mississippi in economic development and workforce training with 40 years of experience in Higher Education. BS-MS in wildlife sciences from MO. University, and then a PhD in Industrial Psychology. Married with two children and Molly the Schnoodle.

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For decades now self-contained deer hunting blinds have been all the rage. What more comfortable way to deer hunt than sitting inside an enclosed molded blind completely protected from the elements. Certainly, the older I get the more apt I am to go to the shooting house rather than a ladder stand Read More…

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The best of the best concealed holsters have to do two things. First and foremost, they have to hold your firearm securely, and second, they have to be comfortable to wear. This is regardless of whether the gun and holster is worn inside the waistband (IWB) or outside the waistband (OWB). On Your 6 Read More…

Holster by On Your 6 Designs

Sometimes too many choices can make things confusing. This seems to be the case with picking just the right concealed weapon holster carry. Carrying a concealed weapon on your person is serious business. Most people probably hope they never have to draw a pistol out in self-defense but want to be Read More…

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The longer your hunting, fishing, or camping gear sits up, the worst condition it gets in. I learned this the real life way growing up in my dad’s flying business. During the off crop dusting season our three airplanes, countless pump engines, and all kinds of other gear sat idle and deteriorated Read More…