Category Archive: Hunting

Animal Track Identification

Animal Track Identification The featured article today is a helpful animal tracking guide from the Farmer’s Almanac. It, fortunately for me, it includes pictures! Even though I am not an active hunter I find the information useful in just knowing which animal is wandering about on my property. It helps me protect my garden and my pets from …

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101 Outdoor Tips

101 Outdoor Tips Outdoor life has compiled 101 tips for your outdoor adventures and activities. Ideas and methods of making your experiences no matter what season of the year easier and more fruitful. There are tips on fishing, outdoor cooking, hunting, and even just camping! No one has more tips for the sportsman than outdoor life! …

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HexHog ATV for Wheelchair Users

HexHog ATV for Wheelchair Users Being or becoming disabled and being confined to or needing to use a wheelchair doesn’t have to put an end to your outdoor life! You can still be as adventurous as you want to be, I myself spent about a year recovering in a wheelchair. It was during that time that …

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Butchering Deer

Butchering Deer It is a fact that the majority of humans are carnivores. Our bodies need the protein to survive. This can be had via some plant life but not usually in large enough amounts to sustain the nutritional needs of a larger group, When I post a featured article regarding such proteins… they aren’t …

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DIY Buckskin From Deer Hide

DIY Buckskin From Deer Hide My stance on hunting has always been that if you do so, use every part of your kill. An animal’s life was taken for your benefit so you should insure there is no waste. This includes the hide. Our featured article from Die Hard Survivor gives step by step instruction on turning …

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Redneck Hunting Fixes

White Trash Repairs

Redneck Hunting Fixes No matter what color your neck might be, everyone has had a giggle or two at redneck jokes. I think one of the reasons we find them amusing is because they could be functional answers to some of life’s less wonderous moments. Jimmy rigged fixes that at one time or another we wish …

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Silent-Stealth-Compact-And-Lightweight-Survival-Air Rifle

Silent-Stealth-Compact-And-Lightweight-Survival-Air Rifle As it was with the author, when I was growing up air rifles were considered the medium step between the cap guns of children and the rifles of the adults. They are powerful enough to bring down small game yet not over powerful for the novice or safety trained teen user. They most certainly …

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The Pocket Shot

The Pocket Shot A great alternative to a firearm for those of you who are either unable to lawfully own one or simply prefer not to have or use one. It’s a new version of an old tool. It is small enough to be carried in your pocket or backpack as closed it is only …

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Know Before You Go! Wilderness First Aid

Know Before You Go! Wilderness First Aid Tips for preparing a first aid kit for the wilderness. Know before you go into the backcountry how to deal with any situation that could arise. As stated in the featured article; the smallest of injuries can turn into a serious health issue if not properly treated immediately. …

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Tan a Rabbit Hide

Tan a Rabbit Hide I know that rabbit and squirrel hides are not the tanner’s dream hide. They are indeed small. Add them together however and you can use them for tons of things particularly post SHTF. Squirrel and rabbit are both more plentiful than larger game in most parts of the country but rabbit is …

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