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NYT best-selling author throws BIG money at Colorado wolf ballot proposal -
posted 1 week ago
Doesn’t make sense. They will eventually make their way down there.
He’s apparently not worried about the wildlife of Colorado or even the fragile population of Mexican wolves further south in New Mexico and Arizona. They need the buffer zone of Colorado.
Nevada’s wild horse population hits all-time high -
posted 1 month ago
Herd them all up and drive them into neighboring California. As far as I’m concerned they send their money to prevent a solution to the problem then they can deal with the horses. Just imagine wild horses in Beverly Hills. Such a beautiful sight! Plenty of food for them to eat there.
Dealing with "failure" on a hunt -
posted 10 months ago
Things I view as a success on a hunt.
Getting back to the truck
Building a fire
Not getting my boots wet
Spending a night in my tent alone
Not feeling sick after eating freeze dried food
Having patience to glass in one spot for hours
THROUGH THE BURN - A New Mexico Archery Elk Hunt -
posted 1 year ago
Awesome, what camera do you guys use?
MOA Part 2 - A deeper dive into factory vs custom -
posted 1 year ago
I love Aaron, so down to earth. I always found shooting kinda like car racing. You can drop big bucks on a new Porsche GT3 and go racing off the showroom floor. Or you can buy a base model mustang/Camaro V8 for a lot less and spend time and money upgrading suspension, engine and wheel and tires. I have a Savage 110 from Walmart that now shoots 800 yards. But I’ve replaced the stock and it’s had 4 different scopes and ring combos. Plus an endless amount of ammo testing. There’s something to be said for the journey of getting there. All on how you value time.