A few years back, I was hunting geese with my tried and true Mossberg® 835 that I bought back close to when they first came out. It was, and is a great gun that rarely failed me, and then due only to my abuse. My hunting buddies all carried semi-auto shotguns and liked to rub it in my face that they did. I knew one thing; I wanted an auto. When Mossberg released the 935 semi-auto shotgun, I was pumped. Continue reading
The Cabela’s Camp Light Kit offers three solid, functional lights in a hard, plastic case. Individually, the lights are much more expensive than in the kit and you get a handy case. Continue reading
The introduction of the Remington® R-25™ is a big step for the outdoor community and the shooting sports industry. The market Remington is going after is the big-game hunting crowd. Nice. Having one of the biggest companies in the industry marketing an AR-platform gun to the big game hunter is just downright cool.
One of the things I have noticed as I research different guns and all things hunting is a common question that keeps popping up in online discussion forums and over-the-counter chat fests at gun shops. It all boils down to one thing. “If I were to only buy one gun to do everything, which one should I buy?”
Ameristep makes some of the most popular ground blinds out there. Many of the top names in the hunting industry use Ameristep products and there are several models of blinds bearing the names of these celebrity endorsee’s.
One of the blinds that Ameristep makes that doesn’t seem to get much press is the one I was most interested in. The Dominator hub blind is far and away my favorite model of hub-style ground blind from Ameristep. Continue reading
Building the ultimate arrow is a matter of choice and opinion. Well I take that back, there is also budget to consider. Luckily for me, I had some extra gift cards to burn up so…
After years of abuse and neglect, it was time to restore the rifle I inherited. Continue reading
An industry friend asked me if I was in to bowhunting, which I am, and then asked me if I would like to test a bow for him. There wasn’t much arm twisting. In fact I think I had said yes before he even finished asking. So a short while later I opened a box with a nice new single-cam Gander Mountain Tech Hunter Exterminator Pro bow.
Final Approach is a company that makes some truly life-like decoys as well as other products with the hardcore waterfowler in mind. Their Last Pass Canada goose decoys in full-body and shell configurations are worth every penny.
Steiner Binoculars are a name we all know and trust for quality. Founded in post-war Germany, Steiner optics focused on quality and that was not lost on the German Military. Nor was it lost on the American Military, as we have pressed Steiner optics into service for many years. This wasn’t lost on Cabela’s either as they went to Steiner to produce a binocular that is as tough as anything out there.