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Hang the raccoon by one of its back legs. Make an incision on the other back leg just above the heel and slit all the way to the anus. Repeat on the other leg. Go back to both heels and cut completely around the leg. Pull and cut the skin off the legs. [ Read Full Post ]
One knock against aluminum arrows is that they bend too easily. Most archers wrongly assume carbon arrows are resistant to bending. Here’s how to spin-check them.
1. With your hand open and facing up, place a field-point-equipped arrow in your palm tip-down. [ Read Full Post ]
A flushing bird quartering away is the most common presentation upland wingshooters experience. Hitting these birds is easier if you focus your eyes just off the leading wingtip and trigger your shot as you swing from the butt of the bird to that point. [ Read Full Post ]
It’s exciting when a covey of birds rises up directly in front of you. But if you want to kill multiple birds, you need to stay focused.
Practice as You Play: When you shoot trap or skeet prior to the season, start your gun from the hip as you would walking up on a covey. It might lower your score on the course, but you’ll be better equipped to drop birds in the field. [ Read Full Post ]