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What it is they say on radio, “Time to take a break for a crass commercial message?” Well, this is not really that. For nearly two years now or about that, this author has been writing material for AllOutdoor.com, its readership and audiences. The topics of all those pieces have covered a big Read More…

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We had just gotten into our bug out camp for a weekend of trials, gun shooting, patrol practice, and camp duty. As we arrived, a light rain was falling, nothing huge, but everything was wet and getting wetter. We hurriedly unpacked to settle in. The month was November, so you know what that means Read More…

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The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, the Alaska Professional Hunters Association, and two rural Alaskans recently filed suit against the federal government seeking to overturn two Obama-era restrictions governing the management of National Wildlife Refuge and National Preserve lands within Read More…

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I am a wool kinda guy when the thermometer really starts a dive south. But in between weather and moderate temperatures for hunting, cool fall fishing, or outside work projects, there is nothing better than a good flannel shirt. Hunters are the experts on the casual wear scene even better than Read More…

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Survivalists, campers, hunters, and other outdoorsmen have long used life-saving paracord bracelets for those possible times when the SHTF. But the new Para-Claw by the Denver-based Outdoor Edge company may be the best new wrinkle on the product to date. Wear the Para-Claw anywhere and have an Read More…

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January 2014 I learned a couple of things about chainsaw safety. While using a chainsaw to cut down small trees, I had a temporary lapse of attention that resulted in a trip to the emergency room. The gash in my pants leg was 5 inches long. Thankfully, the cut in my leg was only 3[.....]