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November 2017

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Scott Leysath

Finger Food – Easy to Make Wild Game Small Bites


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    Quail Breast and Prosciutto This recipe also works well with chunks of pheasant or chuckar breast. 8 boneless quail breast halves, skin on or off 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning salt and pepper 8 thin slices prosciutto 8 1/2-inch cubes hard cheese (like Swiss, gruyere, dry Jack, etc.) 8 small […]

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Ron Spomer

300 Winchester Magnum or the 300 Winchester Short Magnum


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Sometimes a few specimens require more dissuasion than the old 30-06 or 308 Winchester typically hand out. While the 308 Win. kicks up about 2,620 fps muzzle velocity and 2,743 foot-pounds muzzle energy with a 180-grain bullet, the 30-06 Springfield jumps out at 2,750 fps with 3,022 f-p energy. The venerable 300 Win. Mag., which […]

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Live the Legend

Four Late Season Deer Tips


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Food plots barren of deer activity during daylight hours may find a buck cruising them in search of food to make it through the winter weather on days where hunters are typically absent. If nothing else, if still simply looking for meat for the freezer, does may certainly show up. Hunt Those Hidden Pockets – […]

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Melissa Bachman

Late-Season Whitetail Tips


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Food & Water Source– When late season hits, bucks will be back on a pattern. The rut has bucks running all over and they become very unpredictable. Once late season hits their number one goal is to fill up on groceries and get their weight back up. Bucks are seriously run down after the rut […]

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Nikki Boxler

Tips on How Best to Stay Warm in the Late Season


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Headgear I am sure everyone is aware that a nice warm hat keeps heat in as temperatures drop. But what about the neck and face? Considering heat escapes through the head and neck, I like to wear an extra-long face mask that doubles as a neck warmer. That way, it’s long enough to tuck into […]

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Scott Leysath

Sweet, Sour and Spicy Sauce for Game Meat by Scott Leysath


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During the holidays we make giant batches of stuff made with cranberries to serve alongside turkeys and, unfortunately, the green bean casserole. Coincidentally, we do most of our hunting in the fall and winter months so it makes perfect sense to join in-season cranberries with whatever we drag home from the woods. I’m not nuts […]

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Live the Legend

Get a Grip for Better Trigger Control


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Grip High When holding the handgun with your dominant hand, the web of the hand should be held high, all the way under the rear grip tang on a semi-automatic pistol to the point where the skin of your hand creases beneath it. On a revolver grasp the grip of the pistol as high as […]

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Ron Spomer

308 Winchester Versus the 300 Winchester Magnum?


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While the short-action 308 Win. will hold 49.5 grains of water, the voluminous 300 Win. Mag. will swallow 81.7 grains. This gives the 300 several advantages: About 450 fps more muzzle velocity About 900 foot-pounds more muzzle energy Flatter trajectory (6” at 300 yards, 30” at 600 yards with 150-gr. Deer Season loads) Less wind […]

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