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Does a bear s#%t in the woods!?

So ya' wanna be an outdoorsman huh!?

Well I hope that this will help answer a few questions for ya'!

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If you are interested in firearms and potential hunting, I recomend that you take a few class that should be taught in your local area. These would be a basic firearms training course, a hunters education course, and a firearms for self- defence class. These courses will teach you all that you need to start with and will give you a taste of what is out there.

There are really only a few bit's of advice I give people regularly...

Muzzle control! Allways know where the muzzle is pointed and keep it pointed in a safe direction.

ALLWAYS ASSUME THAT THE GUN IS LOADED. This even is true if you yourself have just cleared and checked the chamber.

Guns are never to be treated like a toy!

Guns don't kill people... people kill people!

Always keep any weapon that is not being kept for defence empty and locked up and out of the way of children and prying eyes. If you do have a firearm in the house or vehicle for defence, make sure that every one know where it is and that they know and observe the rules of basic gun safety!!!

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Well folk's it's that time again!!

This bear is looking forward to a good time out doors this year. I've already got my tackle and rods all set up and by the door, the firearms are cleaned and patterned, and I'm just waiting for the weather to break! 

Dear season will be upon us soon and I'm just about ready. After much practice(I'm sure much to the dismay of my neibors), I feel confident that I will get me a nice doe this fall!

Just about three times a week I'll be found out at the lakes pulling out panfish, crappie, bluegill, and an occasional bass in early spring, and summer. As an avid outdoorsman, I have personaly decided to practice catch and release! I belive that this is best for the sport and that if anyone else cares out there, then they should do the same. It's not that I don't support people harvesting a few fish now and again, just keep it in moderation and use common sense. And above all else, please remmember two things

1 We are all connected to this world and our environments, act accordingly. Don't litter or be wastefull with the blessings that we've been given!

2 Be safe, curtious,and kind! This should apply to all that we do in life.

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These are the ten most important rule to gun safety, weather for hunting, self defence, or just plinking!!!

1-always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction
2-treat every gun as though it were loaded
3-always make sure that the gun is unloaded and the action open except when actually hunting or preparing to fire. If you don't know how to clear the action, or operate the firearm, get assistance. A depressingly large percent of all firearm accedents were and are preventable through knowledge.
4-be sure the barrel and action are free of obstructions and that you have the correct ammo for the gun you are handeling
5-be possitive of your target before pulling the trigger. once the round is engauged, it's to late to cancel.
6-never point a gun at anything that you don't plan to shoot.never horse around with a firearm.
7-never climb or jump an obstacle with a loaded gun
8-always store and transport firearms and ammunition separetly
9-never shoot at a flat hard surface or water. the ricochetes it will produce are dangerous
10- never mix alcohol or drug with the use of firearms, either before or after

and most importantly, always use common sence!

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Ever heard the term.. "Reach out and touch someone"... with this I could, but won't. Watch out dear though!

This is the first of my customized works. it is a Rem 700BR. one round only. designed for accuracy.



This is an AR-15. This is in my opinion, one of the best guns out there considering what it was designed to do as well as what it can do.

First off, it is a carbon copy(with a few modifications) of the Stoner designed M-4(aka M-16). This means that it is a great fire arm for home defence as well as a decent short to mid range medium caliber hunting rifle. This arm is chambered for the Nato 5.56mm(or .223 caliber) round. This round comes in many forms, the most common being standerd ball, full metal jacket, and tracer. With an average fps of over 1200fps, a terminal velocity is achieved that is perfect for close range deer and coyote as well as other varmints. You won't have a prairie dog problem for long with this arm and a steady trigger hand.