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“The most successful hunters I know, work the hardest at scouting.”
–Fred Zink, 12 Rules for Decoying Ducks and Geese
The PRS Finale: Competing Against the World's Best Long-Range Shooters
There are plenty of difficult matches out there, but for those who compete in practical precision rifle disciplines like the PRS, NRL and similar formats, there are a handful that exemplify the pinnacle of the sport.
How to Throw a Tomahawk Like a Real Mountain Man
The art of throwing a tomahawks isn't just a relic of the American Frontier or the hottest new trend for hipster bars. Lightweight throwing axes predate Colonial America and they’re still being used today, by military and law enforcement professionals and everyday outdoorsmen and women. Here's how to throw a tomahawk like a pro.