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Paul Ellis highly recommends the Cabelas Northern Flight Deluxe Swivel Stool, available at Cabelas stores, but not online at https://www.cabelas.com. Read More→

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Mar
31

B. Hazy Eye Slabs

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Kevin McConnell recommends the B. Hazy Eye Slab (3/8 oz.) for jigging for white bass. Read More→

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Jan
08

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Sep
10

Bore Snake by Dennis Koch

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Dennis Koch bought a Bore Snake at a gun show for his Ruger 10/22. The .22 Bore Snake sells for around $15.00 – $17.00. The first time that he used his Bore Snake it made his Ruger’s barrel look brand new. They are also available at Academy, Wal-Mart, and Cabela’s. Product information includes:

  • Simply a better way to clean handguns, rifles, and shotguns.
  • Brushes and swabs the bore in one quick pass.
  • Has built-in bore brushes.
  • No assembly required.
  • Lightweight and compact.
  • Solvent compatible.
  • Washable and reusable. No exposed metal to damage sensitive rifling or crown.
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Sep
10

BOSS Shotgun Shells

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Raul Pena highly recommends TSS Ammunition and their BOSS Shotgun Shells.  They have superior penetration, stopping power, and range.  For more information see:

https://pipesf16.wordpress.com/range-comparison-steel-itx-hw13-tss/

https://waterfowlchoke.com/tss-ammunition-is-a-game-changer/

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May
09

Cabelas by Randy Rowley

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Randy Rowley recommends Cabelas retail store in Buda. When I walked into Cabelas for the first time all we could say was “WOW!” I knew that they had mounts but it’s really best described as part store and part museum. Easily 1/5 of the store is museum. The store has over 500 mounts; the majority are full sized. Their poses are very realistic. Read More→

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Out of all the outdoor gear that I own, this may be the most indispensable. If you’ve ever tried to hoist a 100 lb. + deer or hog by yourself using only a rope and gambrel, you know that it’s no easy feat. In addition to the chore of hoisting the animal you then have to tie the rope around the tree.

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Ryan Rowley recommends custom knife maker Wally Pollock. Wally, a Vietnam veteran, broke off a Ka-bar in the rib cage of a Viet Cong soldier during the war and was consequently bayoneted in the stomach. He vowed to never carry a cheap knife again and started making his own.

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David Smith recommends Mason River Outfitters.  If you want a high quality custom rod built with great craftsmanship give Ray a call at 512-407-7082.  He does great work with high quality components and is a good Christian man. Read More→

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Kevin Coleman has been using the Defender Concealment Holster. He haven’t been using the extra magazine pouch because he feels that it makes the rig weigh too much. It definitely gives him the concealment he needs. He has worn it in different positions depending on what he’s wearing that day and it feels secure.

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Some of you have seen my Primos Double Bull Tri Stool and asked me about it.  I like it a lot because it has two straps for back support instead of one, which is what is typically included for such chairs.  It also holds up to 300 lbs., folds up neatly, and has a plastic clip on a strap to keep it from unfolding.  It doesn’t have any arms but, as I primarily use it for duck and dove hunting, I don’t want chair arms for my shotgun to get caught on while I mount my gun. Read More→

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May
09

eDecals Graphics by Randy Rowley

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I recommend eDecals graphics for vinyl decals, racing stripes, cartoons, see through murals, patriotic ribbon decals, and other performance graphics. I got the FCS decal on the back of my truck from them. I goofed on the spelling of “Sportsmen” and they sent me a “smen” to replace the “men” that I had to remove to fit the “s” at no charge. Read More→
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May
09

Flashlight Review by Paul Irwin

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Hi all – I wanted to give a brief review of some flashlights I bought recently. If you are receiving this, I have reason to believe that you are into the outdoors whether it be shooting, hunting, or simply camping or hiking. I hope you find this useful and it will potentially save you a lot of money. Read More→

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May
09

GOT Reticle by Randy Rowley

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Finally, there is an inexpensive solution to the age old problem of not being able to see your scope’s reticle’s at night while hog or varmint hunting with a regular scope! Read More→

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I did a statistical analysis (below) in an attempt to explain my improved performance shooting sporting clays over a 25 month period (10/08 through 10/10).
I created a chart that shows all of my shoots at Capitol City since they created their Hunter (or Corporate) Course (as that is the range/course that I have shot the most by far during the past five years). I know that it is not an apples-to-apples comparison as the Hunter course stations and targets, my gun, and the weather conditions have varied, but it is the best comparison that I was able to come up with.

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May
09

Hook Holsters by Randy Rowley

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These products mount to a rod, forward of and under a reel.  If you are using a single hook lure (e.g., a spinnerbait) then there is no need to use a lure cover in conjunctions with a hook holster.  They sell for $3.25.  See  http://www.faultlineoutdoors.com/.
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May
09

Lure Covers by Randy Rowley

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These products cover the entire lure using velcro and a plastic (or similar material) main body. These lure covers go for $4 each.  I own five and love them. Read More→

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May
09

Muck Boots by Randy Rowley

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The problems with your typical rubber boots are they don’t do a good job of keeping your feet warm and they take on a foot odor.  Muck Boots has solved these problems with their breathable Airmesh linings (similar to the linings in running shoes). Read More→

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The USRAC System is a heavy duty gun security protection system featuring Kevlar, steel reinforced security bags and wall mounted or car mounted racks. MSRP is $139. See www.theusrac.com. Their products are made in the USA. The Secret Service and the TSA have made orders. The NSSF awarded the RAC best safety product for the year 2013. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10kuxerUbWY&feature=youtu.be.

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This is the waterproof gear that the fishermen on the cable TV show Dangerous Catch use.  I have the Rivers West Eider Waterfowl jacket. It is water-tight.  Their Rivers West Packages are usually on sale annually. Read More→

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May
09

Solid Tactical Steel Target Stands

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Some overseas missionary friends of Darrel Barnette who also love to shoot are currently stuck in the US due to Covid-19.  Together they came up with a target stand that Daryl designed that is now out on Amazon.  Eddy Chance helped them to prototype it. Read More→

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If you ever get a hole in your neoprene or breathable waders a Tear-Aid Patch Type A will seal it.  I’ve tried Tear Aid Type A patches on both types of waders and it fixed leaks in both types.  Read More→

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May
05

Thumper

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Kevin McConnell highly recommends using a thumper for white/hybrid/striped bass.  See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udsrc4vCfs0. Read More→

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As you know, I do a lot of early morning fishing trips and duck hunts from my boat, so it’s paramount to have reliable spotlights that are bright, waterproof, and float.  The problem with a corded spotlight such as Q-beam’s is they often spark when you plug them into an outlet that is wet (as is often the case in boats), which also can cause them to not work or stop working.

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Today’s Devotionals and Blogs

Kent Crockett’s blog – www.kentcrockett.blogspot.com

Mark Dillow’s blog – http://noclearline.blogspot.com/

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