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Winchester model 88 part 2
Continuing from part one I'll show you how to take this fine classic rifle apart for a good cleaning.Type: Channel TV Show
Disassemble Savage Edge
This video shows you how to take apart your Savage hunting rifle for a good cleaning. How often should you do this ? Depending on how much you fire the rifle, maybe only once a year or so.... But if you ever get the gun wet, this will help you clean it up again.Type: Channel TV Show
Disassemble Ruger 44 carbine
Shown here is how to take apart your Ruger carbine for a very good cleaning. Most of these guns have never been disassembled since they left the factory. A good cleaning will restore the proper function for these classic deer rifles.Type: Channel TV Show
Mossberg Shotguns & Rifles Review
Dustin Warncke covers a variety of shotguns and rifles from Mossberg including the Mossberg 835 Pump, 935 Semi-Auto, MVP Rifle in .223, the 464 Lever action 30-30, the ATR 100 Rifle, and more!www.mossberg.comwww.macandprowler.comwww.thehuntingchannelonline.com/169.htmlwww.dustinsprojects.comType: Channel TV Show
Rifle Hunt, Doe Harvest 2013
After 9 days of hunting the 11 day Missouri firearms season I decided to use my antler-less bonus tag. I have only seen one shooter buck and couldn't get the camera on him so I did not shoot.Type: Channel TV Show
Muzzle Loader Coyote
The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloaderType: Article
How to survive Hypothermia
Chilled to the Bone! © 2004 Gary L. Benton While the weather was cool, the sun was shinning brightlyType: Article
Shoot Under Pressure
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes.Type: Article
Wind, Lose Or draw
Wind lose or draw By Michael Lee -- As I sat fletching arrows for the coming deer season one August.Type: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
Forgotten Deer Stand
Forgotten Deer StandType: Article
Hunting on a Budget: Combining Durablity and Price
I started hunting later in life than many. I grew up around a hunting family and have fond memoriesType: Article
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
So many times, we are the ones holding us back from our potential and shooting is no exception to thType: Article
Positive Thinking in the Outdoors:
It is remarkable to me that many hunters I encounter never consider the power of positive thinkingType: Article
Shoot under Pressure Training
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes. It is very important to train you body to handle those activities that you will encounter in the fieldType: Blog Post
Southwest Mountain Hunts workout
Coues Deer Hunt: Hunting in the Mountains of the Southwest part of the U.S. Arizona-New Mexico-Mexico where these little guys live is no joke. Type: Blog Post
Tips From the Pros
Glassing techniques for a successful hunt One of the most common mistakes people make when pertaining to glassing is not having a system. Just having system, alone will improve the number of game you will see. One way I like to pick apart a mountain side is by first doing a quick scan going left...Type: Blog Post
Day Packs for spot and stalk
Day pack for spot and stalk: Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt. No one pack fits every hunts’ needs. So if you are like me and can’t afford to buy 5 different day packs and 5 different weekend packs it’s important to find that one pack...Type: Blog Post
Becoming a better hunter
Becoming a better Hunter: Before you can become a better hunter you must understand the different pieces of the puzzle that make up a good hunter. There is a specific blue print that you must follow to truly construct yourself into a good hunter. Hunting Can be broken up into several little pieces lets call...Type: Blog Post
Coues deer, spot and stalk
SPOT AND STALK Learning the art of spot and stalk hunting is must for coues deer. With everyone’s busy schedules it is hard to find the time to spend either learning how they move and where they will be so you can intercept them in a tree stand or ground blind. Spot and stalk hunting,...Type: Blog Post
October Deer Management
October Deer Management The Transition Phase and Pre Primary Breeding/Scraping Phase From early to mid October the buck groups should be breaking up. Rubs and scrapes may diminish in some areas as the bucks disperse and move to fall home ranges and establish dominance and breeding ranges. By mid October the deer usually shift from...Type: Blog Post
Still Hunting Western Big Game
Hey! you can get my book free when you join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com/signup.php use promo code: BOOKPlus get entered a chance to win a free Mexico Mule deer huntType: Blog Post
Ask The Pros
Food plot Person’s Name: jamie brown Question : im new to deer hunting!i just got on a lease when do i plant a food plot?what do i plant?what does a scrap mean and why do they do that? i guess i need a little deer 101 please help,,,, thanks jamie i live in louisiana Answer:...Type: Blog Post
Bear Hunting
Glassing open country, or open areas on hillsides or juniper is very effective in known bear habitat. This my preferred tacticType: Blog Post
Win a chance for a free Recon IR 5.0 trail Cam
Take this quick 30sec survey to get entered a chance to win the free trail camera. http://surveys.polldaddy.com/s/E7DE9AD68D10866B/Type: Blog Post