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Muzzleloader law breakdown throughout the western states -
posted 1 year ago
@Bill d- thanks for the feedback! There are several good options for scopes and rings to fit your needs. First, I would look for a weaver or picatinny style base for your firearm. Secondly, many great companies such as Leupold or Warne offer great quick detach ring options, both with throw levers or 1/2” nuts for quick removal. Lastly, there are many great muzzleloader scope options though my favorites are found with Leupold due to their glass quality, warranty, and US made guarantee. Good luck!
Building a clothing system for a September elk hunt -
posted 1 year ago
@johnathan D- thanks for the feedback! I agree a good set of boxers can be a life saver on a multi day hunt!
@Joshua W- good eye! I used Kuiu clothing for a few seasons but found that the cut on most of their pieces simply didn’t fit my body type. I’ve since switch back to Sitka and first lite and have been happier. That profile picture is almost 3 years old, might be time for a new one! Thanks for reading the article.
@Vance- thanks for checking out the article. I agree, the neck gaiters are very handy!
@Brian B- I was definitely happy when I stumbled into the Farm to Feet socks. Hands down the toughest option I’ve found yet. Thanks for reading the article and thank you for your service!
Kristen A. Schmitt