Saturday, May 31, 2014
Monday, May 26, 2014
All in all it's an interesting post war German hunting gun that I've admired in my old man's gun cabinet for years.
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Monday, May 19, 2014
Known as the Baja Burner here stateside and GigaPower Burner Li in Japan, this Snow Peak stove is another great piece of gear coming from this outdoor gear company. Made mostly of stainless steel, this stove weighs 6.2 pounds. The legs and gas hose fold out and tuck away for easy storage.
stood up as normal. With an aftermarket adapter, the stove can take other fuel cans such as Coleman or cheap Asian market butane fuel cans.
My experiences with stoves with built in ignition sources usually leave me abandoning them in favor of a lighter but this burner (as with my Snow Peak backpacking stove) lights consistently with only one push of the button.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
I just finished watching Kodiak and I can say after it's the best show on Discovery Channel I've seen in sometime. With a channel that's lost all credibility and known for producing turds like Bear Grylls and Amish Mafia , it's nice to see some decent television for once. I stumbled on this show tonight and was intrigued about the Grizzly hunting it portrayed in it's promo. When the end credit ran I noticed Chris Dorsey as an Executive Producer and Orion Entertainment. No wonder the show is good they have someone competent running the production. Chris Dorsey, once the editor of Petersen's Hunting, has produced some of my favorite outdoor (mostly hunting) shows on television including but no limited to Dangerous Game (by far the best on TV), World of Beretta, Bird Hunter's Journal, A Dog's Life and a few others I don't recall the name of as of this moment. I'm hoping the rest of the four part series is good and the lame ass Discovery Channel producers don't muck it up with fake drama and gimmicky shit like making them hunt naked. What do you think? Did you watch it?
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
NRA museum's youtube page.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Saturday, May 3, 2014
After backtracking we decided to quit wasting time trying to find a way into a new meadow and go enter in the area we were familiar. We had about an hour of light left when we dropped our packs and started to look for signs of birds. We found a highway of tracks and headed to the new meadow. In the darkness of night we set up our decoys among the highway of tracks and left them there so we wouldn't have to bother in the morning.
We backtracked and would try to flank them again. We managed to get to about 50 yards of them only to be spooked by two numbnuts that decided to blast through the meadow.