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Mother Earth News has a great story about a guy who specializes in growing highly productive gardens using primitive, hunter-gatherer methods. Apart from being insecticide free and yielding food year-around, the best part about these gardens is that they don’t look like gardens. If you came Read More…

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The number one bodily injury since the dawn of mankind is…. yes, you guessed it, hand injuries. Most of those injuries could be prevented with something as simple and comfortable as Mechanix Wear’s line of gloves. Protection of course needs to be tuned to the task at hand, with heat, Read More…

Bow Maintenance 3 FINAL

No matter the price of your bow, it’s an investment and it only makes sense to take care of that investment. The better care you take of your bow, the longer it will stand up to the abuse of hunting. Your strings and cables will break down faster than anything on your bow. Keeping them[.....]

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For many, the Ruger 10/22 is the epitome of .22 semi-auto rifle perfection. Not only does it work flawlessly with any kind of ammo, but it’s inexpensive, phenomenally reliable, easy to shoot, fun to upgrade, and accurate right out of the box. What could make it better? A take-down, packable Read More…

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Gear, like motorcycles and cars, is something that tends towards customization at the highest levels.  Folks have been making custom knives for years.  But with the rise of “inexpensive” CNC machines and other technology, there is a new step between the uber-luxe realm of complete Read More…

Bowhunting Practice 2

We’re all guilty of pounding arrows into a target at 20 yards as practice, and while it’s definitely a great way to start, it’s hardly preparing you for hunting. The best way to improve your accuracy and confidence in real life hunting situations is to spend time practicing in Read More…