Author Archive | Bob Humphrey

Selecting A Youth Rifle Mossberg's 100 ATR Super Bantam

Selecting A Youth Rifle With Video

Help in Selecting A Youth Rifle by Bob Humphrey There are many rewarding aspects to being a parent but one of the biggest for me was being able to introduce my kids to hunting. They started, like most kids, plinking with .22s, then graduated, first to a .410, then to a 20 gauge shotgun. When […]

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Getting Your Rifle Ready for the Hunt-1

Getting Your Rifle Ready for the Hunt

Tips on getting your rifle ready for the hunt by Bob Humphrey I’m not a gunsmith nor do I play one on television. When I need some serious smithing done I take my guns to a professional. So I don’t need a full complement of gun shop tools. But I do handle some of the […]

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The Fine Line of Ethics - Turkey Hunting

The Fine Line of Ethics For Turkey Hunting

Fine Line of Ethics for Turkey Hunting by Bob Humphrey Ethics is defined by what we do when nobody’s looking. We should all follow the letter of the game laws, but ethics transcend what’s written in the lawbooks. As ethical, responsible sportsmen, certain behaviors are expected of us. We need to follow the written as […]

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Beware the Grim Reaper

Beware the Grim Reaper

Beware the Grim Reaper by Bob Humphrey As a new products specialist I get to test out a lot of new stuff in the field, where it really matters. Over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing with Global Outfitters fans some of the stuff I’ve had a chance to use out in the woods this […]

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Winter is Snow Goose Season

Winter is Snow Season

Winter is Snow Season Winter is here and snows blanket much of the country, even as far south as Texas. They come on northern winds and cover the open fields with a blanket of white. But the snows I’m referring to aren’t the kind you shovel. They’re the kind you shoot – snow geese. Snow […]

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Staying Warm In The Field

Staying Warm and Comfortable Afield

Staying Warm and Comfortable Afield with Bob Humphrey Cold weather is here and there is a direct correlation between comfort and success in the field. It only makes sense; the longer you’re out there, the greater the odds that you and your intended quarry will cross paths. Many things factor into what keeps you in […]

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Rhinos and Mulies

Rhinos and Mulies – Hunting Mule Deer in New Mexico

Bob Humphrey Hunting Mule Deer in New Mexico from ATVs and Rhino Side x Side Success, it is said, is where opportunity meets preparation. The preparation part means being ready mentally, physically and mechanically. You practice with your firearm to become familiar with it, and ensure it and you will be ready if and when […]

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One of Hunting’s Most Common Mistakes

Quality Optics: One of Hunting’s Most Common Mistakes I get to spend a lot of time in hunting camps around the country with professional guides whose clients run the gamut from experienced veterans to rank amateurs. Because it’s such a popular topic, I invariably ask what are some of the most common mistakes their hunters […]

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