Hunting season has just begun and Christmas will be here before we know it. Now is the time to check out the newest products from Cheaper Than Dirt! Seven new products for hunters, sportsmen, survivalists and shooters will help you in the field. The new model Steyr AUG A3 M1 includes a VLTOR sling swivel stud and new integrated optics mounting platform. Sightmark has a good quality red dot sight for cheap, a bipod you need for hunting whitetail and quite possibly the best and your new favorite AR-15 magazine from Elite Tactical Systems Group. Click to read more and start shopping!
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Cheaper Than Dirt! offers fishing rods, reels, lures, line, bobbers and more. If you are already looking to scoop up some ammunition or a new tactical vest, why not take your little tyke out and create a few memories together when you drop a line in the hopes of angling a lunker. Here’s how for free!
There is something calming and pleasantly rewarding about fishing, even on days I don’t catch anything. Fishing is a fun affair, regardless of your age. Beginning fishing does not require a lot of skill, nor do you have to invest in a bunch of expensive equipment to get started. However, you will need a rod, reel, line, tackle and bait. Before doing anything, though, first purchase a state fishing license and check your state’s regulations and laws regarding fishing on public lands. This quick start guide gives you the basics.
Even though I’m a very independent woman, I’m not afraid to admit there are things that I just don’t do when single. Camping was one of them until my best friend in college and I decided we needed to float the Guadalupe River. This trip required an overnight stay in a campground. In a tent. Without electricity. She grew up participating in Camp Fire and had all the skills needed for us to not only have a fun, but also a successful and safe camping trip. Since then, I have not let anything stop me from spending a few nights out on the lake camping with the girls. With a few basic skills and equipment, you can too!
One of the reasons I love shooting so much is the visible and tangible reward of my improvement. Other outdoor pursuits such as boating, hiking and camping offer mental rewards, but you have nothing to show for it besides a smile afterward. If you’re itching to find a hobby that offers the same documentable achievement while you ration your ammo, why don’t you give archery, fishing or air guns a try? All three offer enjoyment and sense of accomplishment like shooting and hunting. Plus, every member of the family can learn all three skills.
The weather should just be getting ripe for bowfishing. Never tried it before? Who cares? You get to shoot fish! When bowfishing, the action can be fast and for most shots you will be snap shooting, not aiming. Do not think of a rifle and scope but more of throwing a football. When throwing a football, you just look at the target and let it rip. You’ll want to do the same when bowfishing. When you see your target, pull back and let string go—grip it and rip it style!