Hunting Turkeys: Cursed By Bad Weather Again!

In 2012, on opening day of the Missouri spring gobbler season I experienced one of the toughest weather days of turkey hunting I had ever seen. It had rained for three-straight days and the winds were gusting more than 40 miles per hour. And it wasn’t much better in 2013!


Making Muzzleloaders Shoot More Consistently

Consistent placement of black powder, propellants and projectiles are very important to hunters and competitive shooters, but are sometime elusive. Remember as you go forth this season with your charcoal burner, your success will depend on not only how you squeeze the trigger, but also loading consistency.

Let’s take a look at some easy, but necessary steps to cleaning up those bullet groups.

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