So you like what suppressors offer and you know everything about how to buy one. Now, which suppressor do you want to make yours?
This tanning method will work on any furbearer. It produces a soft, supple pelt for wall display or use the pelt to make a ‘coon-skin cap.
We’ve discussed why purchasing a suppressor is worth doing. Now, here are some tips to consider when buying one.
If you run deer feeders, manage a property for turkey or quail hunting or live near wooded areas, then you have raccoons living nearby. Here’s an easy way to trap problem raccoons and keep their numbers in check.
Buying a suppressor is easier than ever with its popularity and legalization growing. All it takes is a little paper work, a tax stamp and a waiting period.
As the nation continues to battle the feral hog epidemic, modern technology helps pave the way for hunters to shoot more hogs.
Savage adds to its popular line of semi-auto rimfire A-Series rifles with the addition of the .22 LR
If you get more excited about shooting a limit of squirrels than you do about sitting in a treestand all day, then you need a suppressed .22 LR.
The author spends three days in South Dakota shooting prairie dogs with a .22 WMR, .17 HMR and the .17 WSM. He learned a lot about windage, caliber limitations and terminal performance.
Don’t miss an easy shot at a trophy buck or fat doe because you didn’t trim better shooting lanes. Hooyman’s new electric pole saw makes this pre-hunt chore a breeze.