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March 2014

shed hunting
Melissa Bachman

Tis’ the Season to Shed Hunt


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When looking for sheds on your property every location is different, but I’ve come up with a few tips to hit the highest percentage spots first and hopefully increase the number of sheds you find. I like to first go around all the edges of any food source that may be on the property. Food […]

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Win3Gun
Live the Legend

Setting A 3-Gun Course Of Your Own


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  For the shotgun gallery where birdshot will be fired, arrange six to 10 steel silhouette poppers that fall backward upon impact in a staggered line. Targets should be set 10 to 40 yards away. Set a couple targets a few feet behind others to allow for the possibility of one shot taking down two targets at […]

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feeding deer
Grant Woods

Feeding Deer During Stressful Conditions


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  That’s a fair question with a relatively simple answer. Corn can be a great part of a balanced diet for deer. However when deer feed primarily on corn or other starchy foods (grains, apples, sugar beets, etc.) and don’t have an adequate amount of fiber in their diet a disruption of the bug populations […]

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training ammo
Live the Legend

Defensive Training Rounds


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For many of these new shooters, however, making that first purchase and knowing what ammunition to buy can be intimidating. Even for many veteran gun owners, determining the best choice of defensive ammo for their firearm can be a daunting decision. With so many options on store shelves, many simply resort to what a friend says […]

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