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Survival Things We Lost To History

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

How to Make Pemmican – The Ultimate Survival Food

Invented by the natives of North America

Pemmican was used by Indian scouts as well as early western explorers.

These people spent a great deal of time on the go and depended on having portable, high-energy, highly nutritious, and filling foods that would last for long periods of time without refrigeration.

Click HERE to Learn How to Make Pemmican The Ultimate Survival Food

Watch the video below to learn all kinds of ways our grandfathers and natives “survived” every day WITHOUT all of our conveniences!

AR-7 Survival Rifle

Saturday, December 27th, 2014

AR-7 Survival Rifle

Here’s another real good review of the Henry AR-7 Survival Rifle from the ground up and takedown.

Just about everything is covered.  Enjoy the video!

Hey – get your own beautiful Henry Catalog with all their guns on show.  Click here for yours!

Wyoming Prairie Dog Hunt .22 LR

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Wyoming Prairie Dog Hunt
.22 Long Rifle Episode 2

Here’s some good shooting with a .22 LR Marlin.  Open sights.  Over 100 yards.  Impressive.

Enjoy the video.  Then get that .22 out of the closet and go out in the field!

Long Range Shooting

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Long Range Shooting

How to systematically set your scope, set zero and adjust for long range.

Great information for anyone who wants to shoot long range.

Click HERE for another post about the Precision Shooting System.

 

Crown Cattle Company Update

Friday, April 17th, 2009

I talked to Jennifer, at the Crown Cattle Company today, and she asked me to tell everyone that they only allow 1 group of shooters per day. That means if you don’t get your request in soon enough, then another group might book your vacation days before you do… And boy, wouldn’t that suck?

Call Jennifer at: (541) 542-2608

SS

Prairie Dog Slowmo

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

It’s hard for me to realize just how much bigger Prairie Dogs are over the Belding ground squirrels we usually shoot. Check out the size of these dogs while watching this video from PrairieDogHunting.net.

Squirrels Are Up In The Unity Area

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Cindy said the squirrels are up in the area. And I quote:

The squirrels are just starting to venture out. I saw my first one a couple days ago (A big fat one!). I hear they are out pretty good in Hereford and Ironside/Cow Valley which is typical. I’m sure it won’t be long and they will be out here too!

Stock up on .223 and .17 HMR and head for Eastern Oregon people. LOL

See you there…

Yakima Gun Show

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

I went to the Yakima Gun show with the Verminator this weekend, and did pretty well, but it was also kind of weird. I’ve never seen so many guys scrambling to get their hands on primers and gunpowder. After the last show we went to in the Tri-Cities last month, we went over to the Sportsman’s warehouse to look for powder and primers, and their shelves were empty. The same shortage is still taking place, because we saw guys who had primers, selling them for $75 or more per brick, because they could get it, and people still wanted more.

I guess one way to control the part of the population that lives in rural America, and shoots, is to control reloading components and live ammunition. Since they decided to reduce the price of gas, after the economy collapsed, they changed tactics and decided that the next best way to control the rural population would be to take away their ability to defend themselves… or attack; if the Idjits in Washington can’t back off and leave well enough alone…

In the meantime, there doesn’t seem to be a shortage on .17HMR, so I will continue to wage war against sage rats when they start popping up in the spring.

SS

Squirrels Are About To Emerge…

Friday, February 27th, 2009

I just got this email from Cindy and Bill at the Unity Motel and Store. If any of you want to get some sure fire, large caliber squirrel shooting in, give them a call and set up your shoot.

We are now setting up reservations for shooting squirrels. Cost will be $100 per day per shooter. Does not include lodging. Motel, RV Parking, Camping available. We’ve had some that want to camp and some that want separate rooms etc, so we decided to just go a flat rate for shooting. 50% deposit required at time of Reservation. Youth under 17 are $75 per day Mentored youth under 13 are Free. All Oregon Hunting Regulations apply. Must have OR Resident hunting License ($22.50) or Non-Resident License ($76.50) age 14 or older. Under 17 years must also carry a Hunter Education Card. These are just a couple highlighted requirements to be aware of.

We have areas suitable for large caliber shooting as well as the small caliber. Even archery if they want. Contact Cindy or Bill to make reservations or if they have any questions.

Thanks, Unity Motel, Unity Country Store and Bill and Cindy. 541-446-3431 (home) 541-446-3636 Store/Motel

Great Squirrel Video: Bow Hunting

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

This is a great bow hunting squirrel video. The first half is close calls, and the second half is a whole bunch of dead squirrels.