Woman’s Smokey Branch “Wild Game” Booty Shorts

Slim fit tank top or elastic waistband booty shorts. Made from 90% cotton with 10% spandex for a comfortable slim fit. Perfect for your own expression and style. Almost seamless fit and contours to your body. Print on waistband and across the rear of shorts.

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Secret Agent Tactical Ninja Sword

Secret Agent Tactical Ninja Sword

Sleek, dangerous, tactical! Measuring 27″ overall, this sword is one solid piece of cold hard, stainless steel with a heat-treated black baked finish. The blade features fantasy cut outs, teeth like serrations, and a piercing point, and slides smoothly into the included nylon blade sheath. The nylon cord wrapped handle adds a sure grip for easy maneuverability. If there is a sword that screams to be picked up, this one is it!

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Awesome Whitetail Deer Tattoos!

Some folks show their love of deer hunting with a bumper sticker, window decal or tag. Others get it in ink! Check out some of these wicked deer tattoos!

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Smith & Wesson CK5TBS Bullseye Extreme Ops 4.1″ 40% Serrated Black Tanto Blade

Smith & Wesson CK5TBS Bullseye Extreme Ops 4.1

The blade has a thumb rest and dual thumb studs for ambidextrous one hand opening. The stainless steel handle with black G10 inset, 4.32″ closed, has a liner lock and lanyard hole. A removable stainless steel pocket clip is included.

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Smith & Wesson CKSUR1 Bullseye Search and Rescue Fixed Blade Knife

Smith & Wesson CKSUR1 Bullseye Search and Rescue Fixed Blade Knife

The Smith and Wesson Model CKSUR1 Search and Rescue Fixed Blade Knife features a 5.88″ modified clip point blade made of 440 stainless steel. The blade has a blood groove, a non reflective black coat, and the Smith & Wesson Search and Rescue logo. The rubberized aluminum handle has grooves for secure grip, forward bending metal cross guard and butt cap. The heavy duty nylon sheath is constructed with a hard synthetic liner and metal reinforcements. The sheath also includes a D ring, lashing slots, and a front mounted nylon storage pouch with Velcro closure.

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Outers 25 – Piece Universal Wood Gun Cleaning Tool Chest (.22 Caliber and up)

Outers 25 - Piece Universal Wood Gun Cleaning Tool Chest (.22 Caliber and up)

Outers is excited to offer a full line of attractive, wooden specialty kits to perform cleanings quickly and effectively. Each kit is specifically created to work on all different calibers and gauges, as well as for all gun types, and boast an attractive full wood grain appearance for years of enjoyment. This handy chest serves as a two-in-one gun care product. Not only does it feature a full cleaning kit, but also a gun vise to help with cleaning and maintenance. This includes 2-in-1 wooden chest: storage box/gun vise, velour protective gun vise stows inside chest when not in use, 1 drawer with custom parts organizer, 3 solid brass rods (rifle, pistol and shotgun), 7 bronze brushes (.22/270-cal/7mm, .30/8mm, .38-357-cal/9mm, .40-45-cal/10mm, 20/28-ga, 10/12-ga), 50 cleaning patches, 7 mops (.22-25-cal/6-6.5mm, .270-30-cal/7-8mm, .338-35-cal, .38-357-cal/9mm, .40-45-cal/10mm, 20/28-ga, 10/12-ga), 2 spear pointed jags (.22/270 cal, 30-cal and larger rifles/pistols), 3 slotted patch loops (.22/270-cal, 30-cal and larger rifles/pistols, 10-28-ga shotguns), and shotgun accessory adaptor.

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Alabama Board Approves Sweeping Changes For Upcoming Deer Hunting Season

The Alabama Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Board met in Birmingham on March 9 to receive public comments on all pending matters and approved sweeping changes to the state’s deer regulations.

Hunters in Alabama this season will see several changes for deer, including a zone with dates in February.

Hunters in Alabama this season will see several changes for deer, including a zone with dates in February.

The changes are among the greatest made in the state in decades, joining the one five years ago when the board reduced the season buck limit from one a day to three a season. The following changes will be implemented for the 2013-14 hunting seasons:

— In Alabama, it is unlawful to hunt in an “area” where bait or feed has been placed in an attempt to lure or attract an animal with the intent to take or kill them (Section 9-11 -244, Code of Alabama). In an effort to clarify the Statute concerning hunting with the aid of feed, the CAB unanimously approved a motion to define that “area.”

aLegal Defined Area GraphicThe delineation of an area beyond which there would be a rebuttable presumption that feed would not be a lure or attraction over the area being hunted was approved. The text of the approved regulation would be as follows: “For the purposes of Section 9-11-244, Code of Alabama 1975, and Rule 220-2-.11, Alabama Administrative Code, as it applies to the hunting of deer and feral swine, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that any bait or feed (as defined in Section 9-11-244) located beyond 100 yards from the hunter and not within the line of sight of the hunter, is not a lure, attraction or enticement to, on or over the area where the hunter is attempting to kill or take the deer or feral swine. For the purpose of this regulation, “not within the line of sight” means being hidden from view by natural vegetation or naturally occurring terrain features. This regulation shall not apply on public lands.”

Large Map Outlining Area— The CAB unanimously approved the shifting of the end of the deer hunting season in southwest Alabama to February 10. In an effort to keep the number of days consistent throughout the entire state, the deer season will be closed from Dec. 2-11 in the area of the state that is allowed to hunt into February.

The counties and areas involved are all of Baldwin, Escambia, Mobile, and Washington Counties and parts of Butler, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Covington, Monroe and Wilcox counties.

— The CAB unanimously approved the establishment of a restricted unantlered deer season in portions of north Alabama during the period of November 23-January 31. The bag limit in this portion of north Alabama has been reduced to one unantlered deer per day.

The counties involved are all of Limestone, and parts of Blount, Colbert, Cullman, DeKalb, Etowah, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Madison, Marshall, Morgan and St. Clair counties, as shown on the attached map.

— The CAB unanimously approved the establishment of a mandatory game check system for the 2013-14 deer hunting season. In addition to completing the Alabama Harvest Record upon the harvest of an antlered buck or turkey, hunters will be required to record their harvest into a game check database and obtain a harvest confirmation number for each animal taken.

Three ways to record the harvest and receive the harvest confirmation number are: through the OutdoorAlabama.com website, the Outdoor Alabama App for Droid or iPhone, or by calling a 1-800 number. All deer, antlered and unantlered, and turkey must be registered within 24 hours of harvest.

— The closing of the dog deer hunting seasons in portions of Elmore and Wilcox counties, except by permit.

— Revisions for the use of certain arms and ammunition, including allowing the use of laser sights by legally blind hunters who are accompanied by licensed sighted assistants.

— Revision of legal arms and ammunition to allow for the use of air guns .30 caliber or larger for deer.

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United Cutlery Tomahawk Throwing Knife Set (3-Piece), Black

United Cutlery Tomahawk Throwing Knife Set (3-Piece), Black

At 5.5″ in length, each knife is easily concealable under a sleeve or pant leg. The pointed ends on the knives can help you increase the speeds of your throws. You’re certain to be pleased with the results! Includes nylon sheath.

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Venison Enchiladas Will Be A Hit!

If you’re a deer hunter, chances are good you’ve tried making tacos with deer meat or possibly something else with a little South of the Border zing.

EnchiladaNow, try these great Venison Enchiladas from Stacy Harris! Author of “Happy Healthy Family” and with a household of kids, she’s tried many recipes with deer meat and this is one of the Harris family’s favorites.

These are easy to prepare and will be a hit at the dinner table!

Venison Enchiladas
Serves 8
2 lbs. venison hindquarter, pounded, and cut into 1- by 2-inch pieces
2 medium garlic cloves, minced
3 tablespoons chili powder
2 teaspoons cumin
2 teaspoons coriander
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 tablespoons olive oil
2 bell pepper, chopped
2 medium onions, chopped
4 cups homemade canned tomato sauce or 30 oz. can tomato sauce
2 cups water
3 cups Monterey Jack cheese
1 cup cilantro
1/4 cup jalapenos, chopped
8 6-inch corn tortillas *

1. Mix garlic, chili powder, cumin, coriander, and salt in a small bowl.
2. Cut hindquarter into 2-inch pieces. Pound to1/4 inch thick. Cut into 1- by 2-inch pieces.
3. Dredge meat in spice mixture and shake off excess. In Dutch oven or large pot heat oil until smoking hot. Brown venison 30 seconds on each side. Transfer to cooling rack and set aside.
4. Reduce heat on same pot and add peppers and onions until golden. Stir in remaining chili powder cumin mixture and cook for about 1 minute. Add tomato sauce and water and bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 minutes.
5. Place in 13- x 9-inch casserole just enough sauce from the pot to cover bottom of casserole.
6. Return meat back to pot along with 2 cups of cheese, cilantro, and jalapenos.
7. Warm tortillas about 1 minute in microwave to make it pliable. Place approximately 1/3 cup of meat mixture down the middle of each tortilla. Wrap them and place them seam side down in casserole. Some may have to be placed down the side of the casserole. Pour remaining sauce over enchiladas and spread evenly. Sprinkle remaining cheese over enchiladas and wrap with aluminum foil and place in 350-degree oven for 20 minutes. Remove foil and continue baking until cheese is slightly  brown. Serve with rice.

Store the filling in airtight containers in the freezer for up to 3 months. You can also store the tortillas separately from the filling by placing parchment paper between each tortilla and storing them in a zip top bag and freezing them. Place in the microwave for 10 to 20 seconds.



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