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I’d like to introduce you to a blogger friend of mine and his cool, new cause. His name is Will Jenkins, he runs the blog “The Will to Hunt,” and his program is “Harnesses for Hunters.” I’d explain it to you, but I think Will can do a much better job of it himself.
l's dedication to serving NAHC members held up right until the end of his nearly 3-decade career.
I was crazy busy at this year's SHOT Show, running around with hardly enough time to take a lunch. I spent a lot of time finding cool new guns and gear to update everyone about. I didn’t realize it until I got back to home base, but I posted right around 30 live updates to the NAHC Facebook page, and almost twice as many on Twitter.
We have all been there: On the 20-minute hike to our favorite stand we break a sweat. Everything is fine until a 1/2-hour later when we start to cool off and our teeth begin chattering, making it almost impossible to sit still.
I just finished my Minnesota firearms whitetail hunt and harvested a 3-point buck. I know some people will think I’m crazy for killing a young deer, but where I come from filling the freezer is the top priority.
Have you ever thought about what 200 yards looks like underground? I hadn't ... until I got the chance to visit the Federal Premium Ammunition factory. The NAHC editorial crew was invited there for a special tour. We saw lots of cool things, such as how shotgun shells and bullets are made. I learned a ton about ammunition, and have a new-found respect for each and every cartridge I fire.
At the end of August 2011 I had the opportunity to participate in my first pronghorn hunt. Living in Minnesota and doing most of my hunting here, I had never experienced the thrill of hunting in wide-open areas like northwest New Mexico has to offer.
Are you looking to take a crack at hunting a new game animal this year, or did your trusty old (insert item here) wear out? If you’re like a lot of other hunters these days, money is tight … and it’s not always an option to purchase heaps of new gear. Here are a few tips to help you save a little ca...