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shooting a deadbolt

Mythbusting: Shooting A Deadbolt

Guest Writer: Kenzie Fitzpatrick We never get tired of watching movies, but we often watch scenes play out that aren’t realistic. Their approach is believable, but the way they go about solving problems defies logic, engineering, and sometimes physics. Take deadbolt locks as an example. When a character shoots a deadbolt lock, it disintegrates and […]

Best Duck Hunting Shotgun   

Best Duck Hunting Shotgun   

If you’re on the hunt for the best duck hunting shotgun, you already know that you need something more than just a tool. Sure, there are tons of options out there, but that doesn’t mean they’re right for you. Some duck hunters find success with their grandfather’s double-barrel shotgun. Others decide to go for a […]

pheasant hunting

Pheasant Hunting Guide 

When fall rolls around hunters start to get excited about exploring the woods to hunt for game. For many, that excitement is about big game hunting, they can envision deer coming to their stands, or the sound of an Elk bugling back to their calls. However, there is a small percentage of hunters, like myself, […]

duck hunting

Duck Hunting Guide

It’s a Saturday morning, about 6:45 AM. I’m sitting in my homemade duck blind. It’s basically a lean-to made from an uprooted tree, some dead limbs, and evergreen branches. Ahead of me are a dozen or so duck hunting decoys, to the left of me is a thermos full of coffee. I have my dog […]

predator hunting

Predator Hunting: Where Do I Shoot It?

Imagine you’re out in the woods, hiking, or scouting for the upcoming hunting season. In the distance, you see an animal aggressively approaching you. Luckily, you were wise enough to carry a firearm into the woods with you. However, how good is a firearm in this scenario if you can’t stop the threat? What do […]