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Talkin’ Guns

Weekend, July 28 – 29, 2018 – There’s never been a gathering of shooters anywhere that didn’t include long dissertations about guns.  Guns this, guns that. While few vocalizations among gun owners ever came to blows, any and all sides of the discussion had their biases. Today, much of the discussion focuses on gun rights and…

The Pain of Losing My Best Friend

WEEKEND, Friday, July 20, 2018 — On the wall above my desk hangs my canine Rogue’s Gallery, pictures of my six golden retrievers.  They’re all gone now – three males and three females – having lived out their lives after some great years long past. The females – Anni, Maggie, and Cindy – were loving mothers to many pups, though none of…

Hunting with Dogs VIDEOS

Dog Training & Bird Hunting, 8:00 min.

Professional dog trainer Bev Millheim offers some sage advice for dog owners that are getting their young dog ready for its first hunting season. Tough the tips are focused on retrievers the substance can be applied to any breed. If Fido will see it on opening day he should see it first in training.Good luck on your first hunt!…

Nephew Nurturing

Weekend, July 14-15, 2018 – As it turns out, my family consisted of three boys who fly fished. One wasn’t a hunter but he was a hunting guide for a time, taking Idaho elk hunters to their wilderness happy hunting grounds. He, too, ended up not just as a fly fisherman but a truly addicted fly fisherman. His near…

Weekend HedSpace

When Even the Critters Can’t Get Along

Weekend, July 6-7, 2018 – When you spend much of your life in the outdoors – not just hunting and fishing but living within wildlife habitat – your book of memories over the years get filled with stories about human-animal encounters. For example, during a long past deer season bowhunting in…

Bring On the Bacon

Weekend, June 30-July1, 2018 –  Yes, it’s summer. Hunting season is still weeks away and fidgety hunters have already boot-and-polished their bows and their guns until there’s not much else to do but wait.  But wait! That’s the TV barker’s hymn, meaning there’s more to come.  And, yes, there is.  That’s because there are…

Raging Crossbows

Weekend, June 23-24, 2018 — I shot a recurve bow. It was my faith in it (and probably a lot of practice) that put me on the road to bowhunting. I never gave up my love for rifles; my deer gun, for instance was – and still is – a .257 Roberts. My elk rifle was a 7mm…

Watchable Wildlife

Weekend, June 16-17, 2018 — I know it’s a cliché, but to a hunter, all wildlife is watchable with one nearly worth as much as any other. That changes only with the waning summer and the coming autumn. But summer is that flex time of year when hunters begin to get nervous and start thinking about what they’ll…

Commercial Gun Ranges Are All the Rage

Weekend, June 2-3, 2018 – There was a day not so long ago when gun ranges were little more than a few benches and well-worn trails between the bench and the 100 yard target generally made up of hammering a couple of sticks in the ground and stapling paper pie plates to them. Finding  a commercial gun range was…

FIREPOWER – The June Issue is Here!

For Florida, Publix and politics are a bad mix

TAMPA BAY.COM May 18, 2018 – Say it ain’t so. Tell me my favorite grocery store — the trusted green-and-white icon of many a Florida childhood, a chain woven into the fabric of this state, as dependable as decent asparagus, tidy aisles and bag boys you’re not supposed to tip — is not being talked about in the same breath as the National Rifle Association. [full…

Sharp Shooters

Weekend, May 12-13, 2018 — We’ve all seen those hot-dog shooters who are so good with their guns that the rest of us are made to look silly just for showing up at the gun range. But that’s where most of the best got their start – the gun range, their wide open spaces back yards…

Canned Lead

Weekend, May 5-6. 2018 — Growing up, my neighborhood chumbuddy and I were always into something mechanical. Even toys. One of those toys was our choice of either cap guns or zip guns, the latter made of wood cut out into the profile of a cowboy six-shooter but with a wooden clothes pin on the back which…

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Concealed Carry: Why You Should; Why You Shouldn’t

Concealed Carry: Why You Should; Why You Shouldn’t

Weekend, April 28-29, 2018 – There’s a reason why Americans are wrapped up in the gun debate and in this instance the gun controllers are right: There are too many guns in American and they’re too easy for anyone to acquire. Too many? Just how many is that? The questions will never…

Between Predators and Prairie Dogs versus Big Game and Game Birds, There’s Always Bow Fishing

Weekend, April 21-22, 2018 — Back when there was nothing else to do between Spring and Fall except mowing the lawn or searching vole trails for hidden ‘treasures’ left where winter’s snows melted – What! You’ve never heard of voles or the trails…

Going to Extremes For Longbeards

Weekend, April 14-15, 2018 — By now spring turkey hunting is in full swing throughout most of the states.  You’ve watched plenty of turkey hunting videos, checked your gear, plotted where you’re going to hunt and brushed up on your calling techniques. What else to do?  You declare yourself ready. And you are,…

Down Range.  WAY Down Range!

Weekend, April 7-8, 2018 — We were never addicted to shooting more than 200 yards in “the old days,” whenever that was. But hunting etiquette pretty much dictated that you don’t shoot at an animal much farther beyond that for fear of either fatally wounding it resulting in its escape to parts unknown…

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