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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
Predator Hunting to keep the skills sharp
If your like me, you get real tired of shooting at a target to keep your bow skills in tip top shape. Well nothing better then getting out during the spring and calling for predators. Set up is key if you want to call in a fox, coyote, or bobcat with in range of your...Type: Blog Post
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
Much can be said about accuracy and its relationship to hunting in the field versus hunting paper at the shooting range.Type: Blog Post
Muzzle breaks and Premium triggers and why they Make the Difference with John Huber 8.36
Episode 8.36 John Stallone talks with John Huber of Huber concepts on trigger pull and muzzle breaks and the importance in precision shooting.. Why Muzzle brakes work:  The strategy of a muzzle brake is to redirect and control the burst of combustion gases that follows the departure of a projectile In this episode we talk about: […]Type: Blog Post
Field Accuracy
Some ways to become more accurate while shooting your bow in hunting situationsType: Article
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
Shooting Under Pressure
Learn to shoot underpressure. Not many people realize how important it is to creat real life senerios when practicing. http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.comType: Blog Post
Learn The art of spot and stalk
If you would like a more in depth look at spot and stalk hunting join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com and get my book “Secrets of Hunting Western Game for freeType: Blog Post
Muzzle Loader Coyote
Muzzle Loader Coyote The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloader pronghorn hunt. While watching the distant dog prowl for rodents, it suddenly dawned on me that instead of sitting back and watching, I should be taking advantage of the opportunity. Digging into my daypack, I...Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Mule Deer
I am going mule deer hunting in New Mexico on state land, I have never done a spot and stalk type hunt. I am from the Midwest and have only hunted whitetail from tree stands. What can I do to prepare for my hunt.Type: Blog Post
Off season hunting tips
My number one training tool is” practicing for the Game” .Type: Blog Post
Swhacker Broadheads
So we have been shooting swhacker now for two seasons and …. simply put we love themType: Blog Post
Shoot Under Pressure
Learning how to shoot when your heart is pumping uncontrollably as it may when that bruiser comes in Type: Blog Post
Do you like Traditional Archery? Check out My latest Podcast
8.7 John Stallone Talks Traditional Archery With Longbow Dan Liss   We talk about: 1. Gap shooting  vs shooting instinctively 2. Developing a system of shooting that works for you 3.What should a guy look for in a bow 4 Hunting with Traditional equipment   to find out more about Dan Liss   Download and Subscribe […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Harold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Harold Zach Harold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Herold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Herold Zach Herold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post
How to walk back tune your bow
How Do You Walk Back Tune Your Bow? Before we get into how to walk back tune your bow let me tell you what you need. Large Target: Try to find the biggest one possible. a large washer with about 24″ of string Shooting distance of at least 40 yards preferably 60 Allen Wrenches Range […]Type: Blog Post
Choosing the right Arrow set up
Choosing the right Arrow set up isn’t as easy as looking at a chart and seeing what spine is appropriate for your draw weight.   Start by asking yourself…What Are Your Shooting Needs? Are you a target  shooter? Are you a bowhunter? Or are you both? Choosing the right arrow set up should begin with figuring out […]Type: Blog Post
Wing Shooting
More from season 1. We stay close to home and hunt thousands of ducks in a cut milo field then head to Muskogee, OK with Foreman Wing shooting to hunt pheasant and chukar.Type: Channel TV Show
Compound Bow and Crossbow Shooting Techniques
An in-depth look at shooting and hunting with compound bows and crossbows for beginner and advanced shooters. Dustin Warncke, Mac & Prowler's Pro-Staff goes over some do's and don'ts to help you become a better bowhunter at any experience level.Type: Channel TV Show
Hyskore Shooting Rests and Gun Storage Product Review
Dustin Warncke covers several different products from Hyskore, one of the industry leaders in shooting accessories and storage.www.hyskore.comwww.macandprowler.comwww.thehuntingchannelonline.com/169.htmlwww.dustinsprojects.comType: 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 Become a Better Shot
Becoming a better shot takes time and practice.Type: Article
Prepare to Hunt
Preparing to Hunt When you consider how many little things can go wrong to spoil a hunt,Type: Article
Shoot Under Pressure
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes.Type: Article
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