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Caliber: .308 Win.
Capacity: 4
Features: Pre-mounted scope @ 100 yards
Action: Bolt
Stock: Synthetic
Material/Finish: Carbon steel
Scope: Pre-mounted 3-9X40mm scope
Weight: 8.5 pounds
Barrel Length: 22"
Twist: 1 in 10"
Length of Pull: 13.375"
Overall Length: 42.5"
Drop at Comb: 1.125"
Drop at Heel: 1.375"

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Hunting Fails

Tons of hunting fails and stupid people with guns!!

We all were anticipating a fairly easy catch by these 2 hunting lions. But this turned out to be a hilarious fail by them!

Taken on a Safari in South Africa.

Video by: Natasha

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Video of fall 2016 hunt for 300+" whitetail deer at Greystone Castle
Mingus, TX

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Most hunters already know to scout out prospective hunting areas, site your weapons, and check the regulations well before opening day. One thing many hunters fail to consider is physical preparedness. Every year there are several reports of hunters having heart attacks in the woods. While some of these are due to existing medical conditions, many of these could be avoided if hunters took the time to get physical fit prior to entering the woods.

Hunting is more physically demanding than many people think. Long hikes to favorable hunting locations are common. These hikes often involve climbing multiple hills and ridges, pushing through dense undergrowth, and crossing streams or stream beds. Even on relatively flat terrain, walking on uneven ground is more demanding than walking on a sidewalk or other type of pavement. A physically fit person is better able to access remote hunting locations and are often rewarded with better hunting opportunities than those who are limited to ATV accessible areas or areas located in the immediate vicinity of access roads.


Hunting is a sport that hinges on life and death. The object of the hunt is to kill your game. Wherever there are guns involved, safety is of the utmost importance. With a gun, there’s always the risk that an unintended target will be hit, and hunting accidents occur every year.

As long as you follow proper safety precautions, your chances of being involved in a hunting accident are slim. If you are out hunting, however, and someone you’re with is involved in a hunting accident, here are five things you should do.

Remain Calm
This may be tough to accomplish, but it’s essential that you remain as calm as you can when your friend is involved in a hunting accident. In any emergency situation, calmness is what will help you make the best decisions. With a cool and level head, you are much better equipped to handle any type of emergency than if you’re panicking.

Call for Help
In any emergency situation, dial 911 as soon as possible, so that the emergency responders will arrive as quickly as possible. You should be able to tell the 911 operator your

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This is a down the arrow look at a giant buck. Could you hold it together?