posted by admin on Apr 29
Choosing the right gun case for your rifle depends on a few factors. Consider how much protection you are looking for and how far you may be traveling to your favorite hunting spot. Are you carrying your rifle while walking only a mile or two into the woods, or are you strapping it on to an ATV and traveling in deeper? Do you place it gently in your vehicle, or do you toss it in the back of your Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Apr 27
The last thing a hunter wants when a game animal is in his sights is for his rifle to jam or misfire. Rifle jams can happen to even the best-maintained rifles, but the chance of it happening to a rifle with a dirty firing mechanism and fouled bore is much greater. Here are some sound ways to clean your most important piece of hunting equipment.
Once you have verified that the magazine and chamber are empty, stand the rifle upright on the stock, and point it away from you. Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Apr 25
Few outdoor hobbies have benefited as much from mobile electronics as hunting. Whether it is a short trip for fowl and small game or a weeklong adventure with friends, few activities are as exciting and invigorating. For those that would like to make the most out of their trip, here is a closer look at a handful of electronics that could you save time and money on your next hunt.
One of the first gadgets to take a look at is a rugged and portable Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Apr 24
Those new to hunting will be very enthused about their new hobby. This enthusiasm should not lead to a lack of being prepared. There are certain items you positively should bring with you when you go hunting.
You definitely will need a good knife. The knife is not an offensive weapon. It is to be used as a tool and you may need it on your hunting excursions. A bone crusher may be required depending on the type of game you are Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Apr 21
Every hunting season, there are hunters who get injured when they fall out of their tree stands. While tree stands can make hunting easier, they can be dangerous if proper precautions are not taken. The following safety tips, Motion Detector Sensor, products and accessories can help keep tree-stand hunters safe and accident-free.
Make sure that the tree stand is correctly installed and in good working condition before you use it. Only install it on a living, healthy tree with rough bark such as an oak or maple.
Always use a haul line that is new or in good condition to raise or lower your hunting equipment. Be sure that your rifle is unloaded or that your arrows are covered when transporting them up and down.
Always wear boots with good tread to ensure that you do not slip when climbing up to the stand.
Only step on thick, strong branches, and never put your entire weight onto a single limb. Place at least one foot and one hand firmly on a surface before you make your next move up or down.
Always use a safety harness when up in the stand. Inspect it before you put it on to make sure that it is working properly.
Wear a whistle around your neck so you can call for help if you need it.