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November 2017

Rob Pincus

Live Fire Drills That Force You to Think


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The primary difference between practicing to simply “perform” skills and practicing to actually “apply” them is involving the processing of information. In many sports, training includes some aspect of learning to focus exclusively on the task at hand, filtering out distractions. In endeavors such as putting, basketball free-throws, billiards and pitching, athletes practice blocking out […]

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Melissa Bachman

Deer Season XP – Why You Need This Lethal Load This Season by Melissa Bachman


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Offered in the most popular deer hunting rounds, Winchester offers a wide variety of calibers to fit your needs. I like shooting Deer Season XP in a .300 Win. Mag with 150-grain bullets. Deer Season XP was designed with a noticeably larger polymer tip that accelerates bullet expansion. This causes massivetrauma and huge wound  channels. […]

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Nikki Boxler

Thanksgiving Day Treats – Quick and Easy by Nikki Boxler


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  Bison jalapeño cream cheese rolls What you will need: 1 package of crescent rolls 1/2 lb bison meat cooked (or the meat of your choice…perhaps venison) 1/2 cup cream cheese 2 jalapeno peppers, chopped Step 1: Brown the ground bison. Step 2: Chop the jalapeño peppers and mix them with the cream cheese. Step […]

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Scott Leysath

All we are Saying is: Give Meat a Chance


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Every now and again, it seems appropriate to list a few of the more important guidelines to give your antlered game the best chance of getting rave reviews at the dinner table. Let’s face it, we’ve all had some pretty funky venison. Hopefully, any unpalatable dishes you prepared in the past resulted in a learning […]

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Live the Legend

Tips for Shooting in Low-Light Conditions – Part II


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Good optics are critical before the sun rises or as it is setting and when a trophy buck is most likely to move. Try these tips to improve your low light glassing.  Big on Optics: Quality optics, both in the form of binoculars and a scope, are your best friends in low light scenarios. A […]

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Ron Spomer

Don’t Let Parallax Paralyze You


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Parallax in a scope makes it appear as if the target moves in relation to the reticle if you change head position (eye position) as the rifle remains steady. The result is you can hold the crosshair in the right spot, but it could really be pointing an inch or more off that spot at […]

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Rob Pincus

Do Not Mistake Enthusiasm for Training for Motivation to Train


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Don’t mistake “enthusiasm for training” for “Motivation to Train”. Training can be fun. Many people attend training classes as a hobby. Some even consider a course a year with their buddies an annual vacation. Don’t be a hobbyist in the area of defensive skill development. It is great if you gain pleasure from knowing that […]

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Melissa Bachman

Freeze-Dried Meals – Hunting Meals Made Easy


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Each hunting camp is a little different when it comes to preparing meals. I’ve been in camps where they literally put in more time preparing food than they do hunting. I’ve been in camps where everyone is so exhausted by the time dark comes that food preparation is the last thing anyone cares about. When […]

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