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I just got back from a moderately successful duck hunt which, by a long shot, beats the snot out of sitting in my office staring at work that won’t go away. While there, I made breakfast sandwiches for the guys in the blind. It’s basically a Sausage McMuffin made with homemade venison sausage. If you’ve […]
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In my last blog entry I shared a video of deer eating the forage produced by turnips. In that video almost all the turnip leaves produced in that small plot had been consumed. However, the plot is still attracting deer! A huge advantage of using brassicas as a deer attractant and nutrition supplement in small […]
Some hunters ask if deer eat turnips, otherwise known as brassicas. This question usually is based on an experience where they hunted near a food plot planted with brassicas, and didn’t see a deer or any sign of deer eating the forage. In this video it’s clear this buck is eating brassicas. They are part […]
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Although every new firearm should have been and probably was test fired at the factory, this doesn’t mean you should load it up and bang away. Clean it first, starting with the bore. Clean from the chamber end and use a commercial bore guide if you can. This is designed to prevent the cleaning rod […]
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Shooters dread the infamous “barrel burn out.” Much like “burning out” at work, this is a result of too much work and too much pressure. But you can easily prevent it. Barrels burn out when hot gases jet from cartridges and super-heat the barrel just in front of the chamber, or throat. The hotter the […]
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