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I’m guessing that, if I asked a group of “Yankees” which food most represents Southern cooking, the answer would most likely be “fried chicken.” For those of us, myself included, who grew up with Colonel Sanders’ commercials and Hee Haw, Southern food is fried. As the son of an Alabama farmer, I know that there’s more […]
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Deer hunting advice from the experts. Go on the hunt with Winchester.
Cuz he’s got (bop) personality! It’s pretty easy to view one whitetail buck as pretty much like all the others. You know; they’re all sprouting antlers, wearing about the same color coat, and generally follow the same routines…Bed, feed, sleep, breed. Trouble is, they’re not all the same. If you’ve raised dogs or, even better, […]
It took me awhile to figure out, but I finally realized why I love making mock scrapes so much. As a kid, I loved digging in the dirt. Give me a stick, a spoon, or a sand pail shovel, and I could entertain myself for hours. Many years later, I became a deer hunter and […]
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Low-drag, extreme-range bullets seem to be popping up like scantily clad starlets at a Hollywood awards show. You know you can get along without the starlet, but do you need the extreme-range bullets? Probably not. Long-range bullets are a smart idea if you truly need to throw them a long, long ways, but at normal […]
Once upon a time big game hunters hunted with open sights and wished they could see better. Old 7mm Mausers, .30-06 Springfields and other centerfires could reach well past 500 yards, but targets too hard to see for aiming precisely beyond 200 yards. Then came scopes. Problem solved. But another problem arose. With ever-higher magnification […]
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