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Gear Review: Remington 783

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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Springfield Armory® Releases Flat Dark Earth

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

5 Great Bow Hunting Tips That You Need To Know About For A Successful Rainy Day Deer Hunt

Hunting during the rainy season can be a fun endeavor. Despite the fact that during rainy days the terrain is usually slippery and muddy, it is surely something you should try. The fun and the thrill that comes out of it are usually priceless. The way lovers find kissing in the rain magical is simply the same magical feeling that comes with deer hunting in the rain.  Continue reading 5 Great Bow Hunting Tips That You Need To Know About For A Successful Rainy Day Deer Hunt

Deer Hunting From a Ground Blind – 6 Common Mistakes Bow Hunters Make

The use of ground blinds to bow hunt the deer is becoming increasingly popular. Among other benefits, the blinds are a safer and more comfortable way to carry out your hunting activities.

But the lack of blind experience is limiting most of the bowhunters from enjoying the real benefits and comfort of this new hunting style.





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10 Reasons Women Should Try a DIY Solo Hunt

This list could really apply to male or new hunters as well. But as a woman there have been several things I’ve learned over the years and my first Do It Yourself Solo hunt changed me forever. There’s nothing wrong with hunting in a group or with another person, I thoroughly enjoy those experiences as well. However, I believe there are a few undeniable reasons hunters should take their game to the next level and experience the overwhelming sense of “I can” after a solo hunt. Continue reading 10 Reasons Women Should Try a DIY Solo Hunt