In this blog, we’ll review the basics of field-dressing a deer, butchering it and preparing venison for consumption. At the end, we’ll include a few simple recipes. OK, let’s get started!
Personal gun ownership rates have skyrocketed in recent years. Americans are rightfully concerned about their personal security capabilities, but people of a certain political leaning are more concerned with the rights of criminals to rob, rape and murder you and your family.
There are several different reasons women choose to start hunting. Some may be related to family, others to health, some because of increase in access, or even just for the time outdoors. Whether for preference or necessity, most hunters are just excited knowing this hobby will be passed down to the generations to come.
Which of these fish was believed to have been extinct since 66 million years ago, but is actually alive and well today?
We’re talking about legal jurisdictions where the elected leaders have deemed firearm ownership necessary to be a functioning member of the community.
Opponents of this legislation are calling it reckless government approval for highly dangerous weapons’ practices. Proponents of constitutional carry are calling it a healthy extension of constitutional rights, a natural expression of the 2nd Amendment that should have never been regulated in the first place.
In a stunning display of willful ignorance, modern politicians and city leaders continue to promote gun buybacks as viable government programs aimed towards increasing public health and safety. Paradoxically, the best answer to gun crime is to increase the number of guns in the hands of responsible, freedom-loving patriotic Americans.
What is the Second Amendment? The Constitution of the United States is the foundational document for American life. It establishes the supreme law of the land and the organization of American government. Ratified in 1788, the Constitution’s first three words are “We The People” to indicate that the citizenry, and not the government, determine policy, […]
Californians no longer have the freedom to buy ammo without infringement…and the rest of the USA needs to take notice. Back in 2016, Californians voted “yes” to Proposition 63, requiring background checks and face-to-face purchases of ammunition. Supporters of the law say that being able to purchase ammo freely is a legal “loophole.” Hannah Shearer, […]
Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake State Park encompasses 25,000 acres in rural northwest Tennessee. The lake itself has a 15,000 acre surface area and is Tennessee’s largest natural lake. The surrounding area is thick, murky swampland notable for its cypress trees and bald eagle population. Among the waterfowl hunting community, Reelfoot is a mecca for duck […]