8 Reasons You Should Own a Reloading Kit by Glen Artis of OutdoorEver.com.
What is the more cost effective option: buying ammo in bulk or reloading? In times of ammo shortages, reloading seems like the most cost-effective means of getting ammo. However, when ammo is in plenty, reloading can seem like a chore.
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Welcome back outdoors world, thank you for stopping back to The Willes Way! If you look back at an article I wrote early last year, “Rifle Shopping for the Average Joe“, you know after my research, I purchased a Remington Arms Model 783 7mm. I had high expectations for this gun, all I needed was some time in the woods with this firearm to confirm I’d made the right choice. Here is what I learned.
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6/3/15 (Geneseo, IL) – Springfield Armory® is introducing a Flat Dark Earth (FDE) color tone variant across popular categories starting with the flagship M1A™ Loaded Precision Adjustable Stock (PAS) Rifle and the XD-S® 3.3” pistol in 9mm and .45acp calibers. Continue reading Springfield Armory® Releases Flat Dark Earth
The Day I Wished I Carried A Gun…and my five biggest take aways from this experience.
It all started innocently enough. In early December I was in Indiana for work, it was a Wednesday night and I was sitting in my hotel room surfing the tv channels. My stomach started growling so I thought I would walk over to one of the nearby restaurants. Continue reading The Day I Wished I Carried A Gun…
“#HuntFishTravel 122 – Interview with Paul Leitner-Wise, Our Business is Death & Business is Good (NSFW)”
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In this (Not Safe For Work) episode I’m sitting down with Paul Leitner-Wise and we chat about the company itself, the out of the box design process, how they earned the nicknames “Maverick” and “Outlaws” and then we discuss their line of interesting, vulgar and epic tee shirts. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 122 – Interview with Paul Leitner-Wise, Our Business is Death & Business is Good (NSFW)