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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Housekeeping and Getting Ready for a New Season!

I’ve had a lot of behind the scenes airgunning stuff in the works since getting back from S. Dakota. I’ve been straitening up my trophy/gun room, trying to find some wall space for my bushbuck mount that should be coming over soon. Also have converted a walkin closet to a gun closet and working out … Continue reading »

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Out in South Dakota on a Prairie Dog Hunt

Unfortunately I was late getting out for P-dogs this season and worried the populations would be down and the dogs very wary. I’d had an invite to hunt a big ranch property in the Western part of South Dakota, so loaded up my (mountain of) gear and made the 7 hour drive. I got in … Continue reading »

Categories: binoculars, Destinations, Ground squirrels, Long Range shooting, Pest Control, Prairie dogs, shooting sticks, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Does Hunting Need To Be Justified to Non-Hunters?

I’m going to use this weeks blog post to climb up on to my soapbox, to address an issue that I’ve seen cropping up in a couple places. A recent discussion on one of the airgunning forums regarding a mountain lion hunt was the first incident that got me thinking about this, then afterwards I … Continue reading »

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Opportunistic Airgun Hunts: South Texas Add On

A while back I’d been invited to hunt javalina down on a ranch in S. Texas. These desert pigs (not actually a pig, I know) are a game animal in Texas and therefore could not be hunted with airpowered guns. My gun of choice was my .308, but I also came ready to do some … Continue reading »

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The Traveling Airgun Hunter: Know the Laws and the People!

I know that I am very lucky; between writing for several hunting publications, a┬áTV show, and Online (websites, blogs, and Youtube) projects, I get to hunt in a lot of different places. That in and of itself is very cool, but I also have the opportunity to meet with a lot of great people. But … Continue reading »

Categories: Big Bore Airguns, Big Game, Deer hunting, Destinations, Regulations, Small Game Hunting, Squirrels, Uncategorized | 50 Comments
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