From the get-go, my father has always stressed the significance of safety in my every endeavor. And in deer hunting, the precaution of unloading a loaded muzzleloader is of paramount importance.
Now that my sons are starting to show interest in hunting just like I did when my dad realized I was like him in this hobby, it is my duty to expose them not only to its competitive nature but also to a much safer, hunting environment while unloading a muzzleloader.
My father, who still is a veteran buck hunter, has always preferred the use of muzzleloader over the newly released, modern firearms which are harder to master.
But while it is more preferred by more hunting enthusiasts, muzzleloaders can also be tricky when unloading. Why? Well, the worse that can happen is it can explode right in your face. I can’t stress enough how important safety precaution is when unloading a muzzleloader.Continue reading
If you’re having a hard time baiting your bucks, this article will be your savior.
Most people drive away deer scouting for food in their backyard. But for hunters, wildlife photographers, and outdoor enthusiasts (like me), a deer is a gem.
Just like a woman, a deer is extremely hard to get. Trust me.
Hunting started out as a hobby but quickly became my passion since I was young, and I would beg my dad to take me with him whenever he goes hunting. Nowadays, I don’t do it as much as I did back then, but I would gladly share my knowledge and helpful tips with you.
Going back, a deer’s hearing and sniffing abilities are very advanced that they can detect a human intrusion from yards away. The difficulty of baiting a deer necessitated commercial deer attractants.Continue reading
Do you process your own deer? Why not? You have already placed yourself throughout the toughest point of presenting meat in your table. So why wouldn’t you take a few hours to guarantee you have the cleanest cuts available? It's simpler than you imagine and quicker than waiting for your neighboring processor.
I am going to share with you a useful guide on processing a deer on your own from the woods to the table.Continue reading
There are a couple of subjects in the hunting world that produce more intense discussion than whether a specified cartridge is great enough for an exact animal. The debates seethe on around pit fires over the land either we’re discussing about the .256 Newton for Moluccan Rusa deer, or the .375 H&H for elephant.
To provoke the fire more, I will investigate if the 7mm 08, one of the most well-liked cartridges around in America, is a sufficient weapon for one of most imposing game animals, the elk.