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Clean Your Hunting Optics Properly

Clean Your Hunting Optics Properly

Clean Your Hunting Optics Properly by J. Wayne Fears A hot June day spent shooting on a dusty range in Alabama is a good way to test shooting optics. Rifles are shot a lot, usually under hot conditions. Ammunition is tested out to 300 yards or more. And hunting optics, spotting scopes, rifle scopes and […]

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.22 Magnum Ammunition Choose Wisely

.22 Magnum Ammunition – Choose Wisely

.22 Magnum Ammunition – Richard Mann shows how to choose wisely A lot of hunters don’t realize that the terminal performance of .22 Magnum ammunition varies greatly from load to load. Maybe even more so than ammunition for most big game cartridges. The key to employing the .22 Magnum successfully is selecting ammunition best suited […]

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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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Survival Priorties When Lost

Survival Signaling When Lost Video

J. Wayne Fears discusses different of methods of survival signaling when lost.   You should start by always letting someone know where you are and when you should be expected back. This way when you do not return you can be assured someone will be looking for you. A few items to carry should include […]

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Riflescope Magic - Working With Reticles

Riflescope Magic of Working With Reticles

In this article Richard Mann discusses the riflescope magic of working with reticles Ballistic reticles have become all the rage. In some ways this is a good thing because it helps hunters hit at longer distances. It can be a bad thing if it inspires hunters to shoot beyond a range where they are capable […]

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Gun Dog Training - Place Board Drill with Heel, Sit and Hers Commands

Gun Dog Training – Place Board Drill with Sit-Heel-Here Commands

This drill is a follow-on to the All-In-One lesson. Gun dog training place board drill with Sit-Heel-Here commands   In this video Rick Flippen works with his British Lab, Chief. This gun dog training uses the place board as the primary focus in the drill. He starts with a Heel command, then using the Sit command […]

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Hunting Turkey - What is in your turkey vest.

Hunting Turkeys – What Is In Your Turkey Vest Video?

Famed turkey caller and hunter, Jim Martin, has a discussion with guide, Steve Long, about what is in your turkey vest?   The SportingDealNews.com and GlobalOutfiotters.com turkey hunting team went to Great Southern Outdoors on the way to a turkey hunt and documented this video — what is in your turkey vest? They talk about […]

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Forget The Corn (Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots)

Forget The Corn – Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots

An article Review – Forget The Corn – Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots by Brian Halbleib Article Review Publication – How to – Tips I have read Bill Winke’s articles in countless magazines over the years, watched him on television and followed his blog at his own website, www.midwestwhitetail.com. Bill’s expertise on hunting big […]

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Early Season Calling Tactics for Turkeys

Early Season Calling Tactics for Turkeys

This article on early season calling tactics for turkeys was written and contributed to Global Outfitters by Eric Janzer This article will describe tactics for early season birds that have worked for me. This is when they may still be bunched up in their wintering flocks or just beginning to break up into smaller breeding […]

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Food Plot Poaching

Food Plot Poaching

Tips on preventing food plot poaching by J. Wayne Fears Food plots planted near public roads or near property lines invite poaching and I am hearing from a number of readers who have trespass problems. I have an e-mail from one Global Outfitters reader who has planted turnips in a food plot within sight of […]

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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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Shooting The Crossing Target Easy With Follow Through

Shooting The Crossing Target – Easy With Follow Through

Terry Hetrick and Chris Reed Shooting The Crossing Target – Easy With Follow Through Another instructional video from GO Shooting with Terry Hetrick working with History Channels’ Top Shot winner, Chris Reed. In this lesson from the Nashville Gun Club they are working on shooting the crossing target. This target shows up in skeet, sporting […]

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Cutting Of A Real Hen Turkey On A Slate Pot and Mouth Call

Cut Like This Hen Turkey on a Slat Pot and Mouth Call

Hen Talk – Cut Like This Hen Turkey on a Slat Pot and Mouth Call: Improve on your turkey hunting skills by learning to cut like the real hen turkey in this video. Jim Martin shows you how to emulate the cutting hen turkey with a slate surfaced pot call, and then on a mouth […]

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About Removing Stumps From Food Plots

About Removing Stumps From Food Plots by J. Wayne Fears Several readers wrote in, “Our hunting club has several new food plots that have small stumps in them. They measure from 8″ to 2″ in diameter. We do not have the equipment to remove the stumps so are looking for an inexpensive way to remove […]

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