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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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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.

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Video of fall 2016 hunt for 300+" whitetail deer at Greystone Castle
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Many hunters, both experienced and otherwise, hear the words "squirrel hunting" and scoff. They give the activity the same kind of brushing off that many people give small game hunting in general. But squirrel hunting, especially during the winter months, is a very enjoyable activity for a number of reasons.

Chief among these is that squirrel hunting is different from other types of hunting. For one thing, there is not much competition in the way of other hunters. For another, reading sign and tracking in the snow is highly enjoyable. And then there is the peace and quiet of the hunting experience in general. Simply put, squirrel hunting can be a very fun winter activity when done correctly. Use the tips discussed below to make the most out of your first trip and improve your overall chances of success.


Though squirrels are small and skittish creatures (in addition to surprisingly smart), it is easy to track them with a little winter camouflage. When there is snow on the ground, wear whites or snow camo (and don't forget a cap!). As long as you don't make

Every hunter should carry a portable survival kit small enough to fit in a jacket pocket, or in a zippered cargo pants pocket. The idea is to have enough basic survival gear to keep you out of trouble if you unexpectedly get separated from the rest of your equipment. This kit needs to be small enough so you won't leave it behind, yet big enough to hold what you need. Don't bother buying a ready-made survival kit - instead, make up your own.

Some books recommend using a tobacco tin (or even an old, flip-top metal Bandaid container) to house your survival kit. A better option is a tough, clear, waterproof bag: a few layers of Ziploc bags will do, but one of those 5" x 7" Coghlan's vinyl bags works even better. Clear Aloksak dry bags are excellent too.

Here's what your hunting survival kit should contain:

1. Fire making gear -

Pack a plastic lighter, some waterproof matches, a flint with striker and some tinder (prepared at home by smearing cotton balls with petroleum jelly). A tiny magnifying glass is optional.

2. Cutting tools -

Include a slim,

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Double Droptine Ranch
November 10, 2015
23 yard bow kill
Gross Score: 277 1/8"