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Donald Denmark, Dog Hoss

Donald Denmark had been a lifelong deer hunter with over 30 years of whitetail gunning experience. He’d seen it all, or at least he thought he had. He was in South Carolina hunting with friend “Neilo” Gifford when someone in the hunt club shot a nice buck, but couldn’t find it. “Neilo Read More…

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As they say there is no time like the present. Deer hunting season is long over and thoughts are already turning to getting back to the woods this fall. Turkey hunting is gone, as is small game and bird hunting. You could still pop a varmint or two if you were to be so inclined,[.....]

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In a world growing ever more hostile towards liberty and the tools thereof, United Parcel Service (UPS) has taken a rare, though small, step away from the ridiculous, by reversing a decision regarding shipping of firearm sound suppressors, a.k.a. silencers. Last month, we learned that UPS announced Read More…

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Outdoor life recently published an article on the top tasting game meet species (based on backstraps). I was very surprised at the results. Do you agree? Take a look at their list below and if interested take a look at their article. They rank, in descending order, as follows: Elk Moose Antelope Read More…

Now, with modern centerfire ammunition!

Last year, I finally determined that most historic guns aren’t for me. I am just not as fond of the process of loading a percussion revolver, or worse, a flintlock, as I am of shooting and making hits. That sentiment was shared pretty widely in the 1860s and 1870s, when quite a few percussion Read More…

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Steve Jernigan made his first crude knife with a blade honed from a mill file and wood handle in 1952. That first Jernigan knife isn’t much to look at today, since it survived a fire and has a bit of charred handle and darkened steel. But that initial knife spawned a love affair with Read More…

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Last May my deer hunting club held its annual corporate meeting as required by the Secretary of State’s office for registered corporations in my home state. Once we get the formal agenda out of the way, we concentrate on the real issues. How to continue to transform our 680 acre holding into a Read More…