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  • Improved LED Flashlights for Law Enforcement  By : Ben Anton
    The flashlight is an important part of a police officer's equipment. This article describes the variations of flashlights available to police officers, depending on their needs and preferences.
  • Hunting Knives: The Benefits of a Liner Lock Folding Knife  By : Ben Anton
    Not all folding knives are the same. This article describes what a liner lock folding knife is and how it is best used.
  • Choosing The Most Suitable Duck Hunting Gun  By : Razvan Marian Jr
    Choosing the proper duck hunting gun is a vital aspect for this particular type of hunting. In this article we offer you 5 models that are recommended for duck hunts by experienced hunters.
  • Why Bowie is a Name to Trust in Hunting Knives  By : Ben Anton
    Bowie has long stood as a name one can trust for a quality hunting knife. This article describes why Bowie knives are so popular and how their construction makes them an ideal piece of outdoors equipment.
  • Getting Ready For The Goose Hunting Early Season  By : Razvan Marian Jr
    There are a lot of things a hunter must do before the goose hunting season starts. In this article we go through some of these issues every hunter has to deal with before the hunting season starts.
  • Hunting Tours -Black Bear Hunting In Russia  By : Alex L.
    Big game hunting is all about the trophy animal when a big game hunter is out looking for the record breaking trophy. The size, the length, the weight is all part of who bagged the biggest trophy. Big game hunting is all over the world, Africa for the large big game hunting, United States for the white tail deer, elk, bear, and other big game hunting. New Zealand for big game hunting birds and other animals, Asia and Russia for the black bear hunting. Hunting tours are set up in different countries to help the big game trophy hunter.
  • Big Game Hunting Network - Bears in Russia and United States: Will They Survive The Global Warming?  By : Alex L.
    Big game hunting networks are set up all over the world. The networks can give information about weather conditions, hunting conditions, and tips on where to hunt in the area. Network hunting sites also can help the hunter to find lodging, tours for hunting like the black bear hunting in Russia, or small game fish in the northern United States. No matter where a hunter would like to hunt there is information at hunting network sites or big game hunting clubs
  • Steel Hunting Blades and Other Options Available to Hunters and Fishermen  By : Ben Anton
    Choosing a hunting knife that suits your needs does not have to be difficult.
    This article describes the various knife blade types on the market and the benefits of each.
  • How To Choose The Best Hunting Dogs  By : Nelson Montana
    Hunting dogs make a beneficial asset to any hunting trip. Some of the best trips I have been on have been the ones when I have taken along my dogs. I saw in the beginning that if treated with care, the dog will not only be a great hunting asset, but also become part of your family. Hunting with a knowledgeable hunting dog is a great benefit to any hunting trip and insures a tremendous experience like no other.
  • Tips For Efficient Coyote Hunting  By : Razvan Marian Jr
    Coyote hunting is getting more and more popular due to the fact that it isnít quite easy to hunt coyotes so the excitement is guaranteed. As they say, the chase is better than the catch.
  • LED Lamps: Headlamps Help Firefighters and You Stay Safe  By : Ben Anton
    The men and women who risk their lives each day fighting fires and crime use only the best equipment to ensure their safety and the safety of others.
    This article describes why LED headlamps are considered the superior choice by these risk-takers.
  • A Quick History Guide To The Bowstring And Its Use  By : Richard Lubin
    The string is not always in the center of the bow limbs. Devices to set the center shot do not always work because they assume that everything is square, but many times they are not. The bow string should travel in a line that is parallel to the sight window on any well designed bow. Therefore your arrow on the rest should be parallel to the sight window.
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