It certainly can be hard to think about chasing September’s bugling bulls when the calendar reads early July and temps are soaring into the sweltering 90s, but turning up the heat just may be the key to success for an upcoming elk bowhunt. To...Show More Summary
If you invented a product that made jackhammers quieter, everyone would say, “Wonderful!” If you created a medical device that saved people’s ears from high-decibel hearing loss, you might win a Nobel. So why is it that the masses and...Show More Summary
Today’s Kayak Anglers Push the Boundaries of How To Catch Fish With An Amazing New Boat OLD TOWN, ME (July 2, 2015) – You’ve probably heard the adage that 90 percent of the fish live in 10 percent of the water. Spend enough time studying...Show More Summary
At the recent IDEF Istanbul exhibition held this past May, Azerbaijan had some interesting developments of various small arms on display. Interestingly there wasn’t any demonstration of their service rifle, the Tavor (similarly, it appears most of the military still has 74s while the Tavor is making its appearance in parades). Show More Summary
This weekend is the perfect time to show off some patriotic door decor. purl3agony painted scraps of wood and topped them with artificial flowers to create this cheery flag. Happy 4th of July!
Today’s gunfight is a.308 showdown. The.308, developed in 1952, is hugely popular, both as a sporting and military cartridge. It’s accurate, recoils reasonably, and goes well with short-action and semiautomatic rifles. We have one of...Show More Summary
I've been chasing some 2013 Red Sox parallel sets, since it's the last season the team was really any good, and I feel like their World Series Championship should be well represented in my collection. In the last COMC order I had shipped, I finally got my hands on some of the 2013 Topps Chrome Purple Refractor parallels I was missing. Show More Summary
Our buddy Peter Viau does it again with another super cool perspective of a bonefish from Andros South.. More on Bonefish 9 Questions About Bonefishing You Were Afraid to Ask Why Bonefish Tail Where Bonefish Eat
Honeybee on my just now flowering Basswood Tree photo by W. Kloek My basswood tree has finally flowered. This honeybee was taking advantage of the available nectar.I am hearing great things about this nectar flow. A beekeeper that keeps bees in St. Show More Summary
Reviving over 20 years of nostalgia, Jurassic World came out of the gate with a record setting opening weekend. Watching the movie, I know I couldn’t be the only one considering the ages old debate: What gun would you take dinosaur hunting? This article will be as light as possible on spoilers. Show More Summary
Well, I finished this sweater a couple of weeks ago. Just getting the photos on here now. I must say, I am really happy with how it turned out. It has an a-line shape, so there is a little bit of swing, which I love. The yarn I used worked pretty well, however, I could see using something else that would give it a little more drape. Show More Summary
While in Toronto for the Blogger Fling I arranged for the most interesting bus-mates I could find for our day-long rides to gardens and events, and one was someone I barely knew but quickly became soulmates with – Linda Lehmusvirta, writer/producer of the Austin-based PBS show Central Texas Gardener. After I got home I watched some […]
By Mark Kenyon Happy 4th of July weekend! While I’m sure most of you have big plans for the next couple days, make sure to find a little time to check out the deer hunting reading we’ve collected for you...
Formlabs has been steadily releasing new materials that each provide a new property to their users. Now, Formlabs has added a new resin to join Clear, Flexible, and Castable: Tough. Read more on MAKE The post Formlabs Releases Tough New Resin for 3D Printing appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
Andrew at GY6vids demonstrates how to throw knives and tomahawks just in time for us to head to Wal-Mart, buy an Axe, and spend the 4th of July living out our Mel-Gibson-in-the-Patriot fantasies. He explains the basics clearly and also throws in some extra tips such as how to setup an ideal knife target for training. Show More Summary
Who’s ready for the 4th of July weekend? Celebrate our nation’s independence by watching me shoot the Star Spangled Banner with an integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22. Song requests? Hit the comments section for song+gun combos. The post Shooting The Star Spangled Banner with Musical Targets appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Back in early March, Andrew Spencer asked me if I would like to go birding in western Mexico with him and...
No, these are not highly-trained nestling Blue Jays posing artfully on an American flag. They’re just really cute orphaned Blue...
This short film from André Folkedal offers footage of fly fishing for brown trout, set in the beautiful landscape and rivers of Norway.