Yukon Gear insulated hunting pants in Mossy Oak Infinity camo pattern are waterproof and breathable. They feature 2 side pockets, 1 front pocket and 1 rear pocket. Constructed of 240 gram 100% polyester tricot with 8000/800 WPB PU lamination. Tabs at the bottom for snug fit to ankle.
List price: $74.99
ALPS OutdoorZ Pursuit Bow Hunting Pack is perfect for keeping your bow secure and stowed away when you’re trekking through the fields and rugged terrain. The lashing straps, along with the expandable bow pocket, make a great combination to securely keep your bow in place. Having a pack that will hold your bow is nice so you can keep your hands free. There is a large main pocket, large front pocket, and lower side mesh pockets to keep your gear organized. The waist belt is padded so when you’re carrying a little bit of extra weight, the comfort level is still going to be top of the line. A blaze orange rain cover is included in case you are in the great outdoors when some rain rolls through.
List price: $99.99
What’s that? You didn’t get a new compound bow for Christmas? Well buck up. You can still win Bowtech’s brand-new 2014 flagship model, and this one is guaranteed to be newer than any that the other boys and girls got last week, because this one hasn’t even been released yet. I will find out—and report to you—exactly what it is at next week’s ATA Show. To win it, all you have to do, as usual, is score some bucks.
So here is the second buck in our contest. If you missed the first, click here. To recap: I will post a picture of a hunter-killed buck once a week here for four weeks. You guess the gross antler score of each buck (fractionals count) and keep track of your totals. When I post the photo of Buck Number Four, I’ll ask you to add up your grand total and submit it. If your guess is closest to the actual total score of the four bucks, you win the bow.*
So, here’s Buck Number Two, another nice blacktail. (As you can see, the right beam is very slightly cut off in the picture, but you’re not missing anything; there’s no kicker or additional tine.) What’s his gross score?
*You must be at least 14 years old to play; if you are not yet 18, we will need to ship the bow to your parent or guardian.
The Lil’ Banshee Compound Set Is A 18 Pound Compound Bow Featuring An All New Soft Touch Grip, An Ambidextrous Reinforced Handle And Is Offered In An Eye Catching Color For The Beginner. The Set Includes 2 arrows, finger rollers, adjustable pin sight and packaging that can be used as a carrying case.
List price: $34.00
The Do-All Traps Spinner (.22) model (Model # SS7022), which is made specifically for soft nosed .22 pistol and rifle shooters. This unit is a hands free spinning target. As the bullet strikes each target, the force spins the target over the attachment bar and back to the set position. The Do-All Traps Spinner (.22) model has four stabilizing legs so you won’t have to set it up more than once.
List price: $16.99
The Fury Armada is based on an original design used by NATO forces in conflicts around Europe. First built in Spain and now from Joy Enterprises this is a true military grade knife. Hard sheath is ambidextrous in military Olive Drab with match Olive Drab Kraton handle and lanyard. Back blade features a Cross Cut Saw.
List price: $21.75
This BB gun is a replica pistol based on the S&W Military and Police firearm. The M&P air pistol is a BB repeater powered by one 12g CO2 cylinder that hides in the grip of the BB pistol. An integrated accessory rail underneath the muzzle is a great place to add a tactical flashlight or an airgun laser. An element of realism is added with a 19-shot drop out BB magazine. The Smith & Wesson M&P CO2 pistol has a manual safety, double action trigger that’s amazingly close to the actual handgun, and fixed front and rear fiber optic sights. This BB replica is not only a great BB gun for some fun plinking, but also makes a great target shooting and training pistol for S&W M&P firearm owners.
List price: $43.75
After being on a binge-eating spree for the last couple of days, heck, the last few weeks, the last thing I want to think about today is food. Unless it’s backstrap. There’s always room for backstrap.
Raymond Needle’s Backstrap
Here’s a little something I made myself for Veteran’s day. Being a purple recipient and U.S. Marine, I like to have a nice meal on that special day. Backstraps from a doe I harvested in the early muzzleloader season in the northern part of New York. Baked potato and a salad. Nothing fancy. Simple. I dreamed of this meal several times during my two Iraq tours. Man was it good.
Maxpower’s Antelope Backstrap
I don’t dare defile a backstrap, so I usually won’t get too creative. Here I dusted it lightly with flour, salt and pepper, then cooked it over high heat in butter. I topped it off with sautéed mushrooms and onions. When paired up with hobo potatoes and some corn on the cob like this, it was ‘last meal’ worthy.
Did you cook up a holiday meal using fish or wild game? Got photos? If so, shoot a pic, along with a short description, over to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2-WAY GMR RADIOS UP TO 16 MILES 84480 ft
List price: $21.30