The CRKT Extrik-8-R Rescue Tool makes as much sense for an everyday mom or dad as it does an emergency response professional. After all who is likely to be at the scene of an emergency first, an innocent passerby, those involved, or a first responder? Members serving in the military will also find the Extrik-8-R Rescue Tool a “must have” piece of gear.
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The Gobbler Stopper is endorsed by the National Wild Turkey Federation, which gives it a level of credibility right from the beginning. The choke is precision machined and ported which provides accuracy and reduces recoil. Best of all, TRUGLO’s Gobbler Stopper will turn almost any shotgun into a turkey gun.
Duct tape and super glue are two products that no household or bug-out kit should be without. Its cheap and each one has more uses than we could ever hope to mention or plan its use. However, there is a third product that is lightweight, cheap and every bit as indispensable—paracord.
Having a great call and being an effective caller are two different matters. Just because I owned a set of surgical tools… you get the idea. Fortunately, calling predators isn’t brain surgery.
The Leatherman MUT is the first multi-tool that functions not only as a tactical and practical tool for the military, but also for Law Enforcement officers and civilian shooters. The MUT’s features make it perfect for anyone carrying a firearm.
“You’re better off with one good knife than 25 bad ones.” Truer words may never have been spoken. But for years, my problem wasn’t whether or not I owned a good knife, but rather my inability to resharpen my knife.
Arrow lube is a great product, but not for hunters or hunting. It will not improve arrow flight or your penetration on a big-game animal—unless, of course, you are hunting foam 3-D targets.
Fouling is a necessary evil when dealing with front stuffers, but maintaining the breech plug is quick and easy thanks to a couple of cheap tools.
Few critters have a sniffer that can match a whitetail and I have failed the test more than once. There are two schools of thought when planning a scent strategy. Both have you eliminating as much human scent as possible.
My first waterfowl hunt would have been comical—well, actually it was for everyone involved except me. I was invited to hunt ducks and owned a shotgun. What else did I need? Of course, I ran out and bought waders and a couple of calls—that I didn’t know how to blow—and threw my gear in a backpack. Allen’s Ultimate Floating Waterfowl Bag incorporates loops for eight game calls, removable shoulder strap and double lid design.