Gun Review: Taylor’s & Company 1875 Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield Revolver in .38 Special
image courtesy JWT for thetruthaboutguns.com Sweet baby Jesus this gun is pretty. Taylor’s & Company has imported a limited run of nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield break-top revolvers. The Schofield is one of the iconic guns of the west, with a rich history. It would be hard to do such a storied horseman’s […]
Gun Review: Arex REX zero 1T 9mm Pistol
I have been cheating on my Beretta 92 for about a year now. The Italian has served me well, but I have found something new. My new love is an awkwardly named Slovenian, the Arex REX zero 1. And it does things my Beretta can only dream of. Earlier this year a new version was […]
Lyme Disease: From Ticks, STD’s & Cat Scratch Fever?
We all know someone who has been diagnosed with Lyme Disease. It’s that common anymore, which begs the question; are that many folks really coming into contact with the tiny deer ticks that carry the chronic disease? Or can it be caught in other ways? What you don’t know about Lyme Disease is probably worse […]
Stealth Cam DS4K Captures Killer Storm Footage
The killer photos and video from the new Stealth Cam DS4K camera keep rollin’ in. These cameras are an absolute blast when it comes to stunning photos and video now available through trail cameras. The DS4K camera allows for 30MP still images and 4K video. It’s honestly like having a cameraman in the woods 24/7. […]
How to Change A Compound Bow String & Cable
So you think it might be time for a new set of strings for your compound bow? If it’s been a few years since you’ve replaced them, or you notice some separation in the serving strands, or significant fraying, then you’re probably right. It is time. This compound bow string shows clears signs of excessive […]
Can PA Hunters Use Ozonics?
Ozonics HR200 Ozonics Hunting, the founders and leaders of harnessing the power of ozone and oxidation technology through active scent control while afield, are pleased to announce that the Pennsylvania Game Commission has given preliminary approval for the use of Ozonics for the 2017-2018 hunting season. This opens the door for public comment on the […]
Did Anti-Hunter Bullying Lead to Suicide of Hunter?
Reports have recently been released stating that a popular Spanish hunter took her life after receiving threats on social media from animal rights activists. Melania Capitan, 27, was found dead Wednesday from an apparent suicide at her apartment in Huesca, Spain, according to Crime Online, citing Spanish hunting magazine Jara y Sedal. Melania Capitan, age 27. Capitan, […]
Mathews Bows: 25 Years of Innovation
It is hard to believe that this year, Mathews Archery is 25 years old. It seems like not long ago, Mathews was the new kid on the block; the exciting new company everyone was watching grow at a breakneck speed. Today, Mathews Archery is still innovating, still pushing forward, and for many people in the archery […]
The Truth Behind the Fort Campbell Roadkill Buck
Fort Campbell, the military base that straddles the Tennessee and Kentucky border, is no stranger to giant bucks. They grow them big in there. Sadly, one of the giant, warrior bucks of Fort Campbell met an early demise this week when he stepped into the road. It’s always sad to see one of these truly […]
Wisconsin’s Bait Ban Veto
One hopes Rep. Jesse Kremer, a Wisconsin Assemblyman, is that state’s lone lawmaker so detached from science, fossil records, human history and reality itself to believe the Earth is 6,000 years old. To believe such malarkey, Wisconsin lawmakers must also believe the state’s plucky native tribes once battled triceratops, pterodactyls and Tyrannosaurus Rex’s contemporaries with […]