Thursday, February 20, 2014
Once you hunt out of one of these blinds you will go buy one. I sold one of my guns so i could buy this blind. The durability does not compare to the $50 dollar blind you can buy at Wal-Mart. They are not completely water proof which i was a little disappointed in but it makes up for it in everything else. The room inside is great, especially for turkey season when your wanting to film a buddy shooting a big tom. I've had deer and turkey walk within 10 yards of the blind and never knew i was there. Its pretty neat getting animals so close you can see the snot running out of there nose.
I have the 180 with shoot through screens and i do love it. These blinds have a lifetime warranty and the best thing of all, the blind bag is sweet. I can carry it on my back with no problem, it has two shoulder straps with extra pockets. I do recommend buying a fanny pack when using the blind cause its hard to carry with a turkey vest of back pack. You don't look cool with a fanny pack but its worth it. As far as being quiet, the windows have little straps that close them instead of noisy zippers and buttons; although my preference would be the magnetic buttons. I highly recommend this blind, it truly is awesome.
Posted by lralph at 8:49 AM
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
I can honestly say the only problem i have had with my AMS set up is a frayd string and I'm guessing that is typical with every set up. I also have some buddies that have the muzzy set ups. I have heard my buddy say he has had his arrow come back on him with the muzzy set up and that's not good. You have to hit a button like a Zebco 33 and when you have a bunch of carp around you trying to get a shot you tend to forget some important stuff. That could seriously injure somebody.
I'm the average hunter, I can't afford every make and model like i want too. Everybody wants the best and that's why we are here. Trying to take the guess work out of the equation. I know Cajun bowfishing has a new hybrid reel that looks sweet. If anybody has it let me know. I'm interested how well it works.
Tip of the day: You get what you pay for. Go AMS! Its good stuff. Good luck
Posted by lralph at 4:11 PM
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Everybody has done it. You are sitting in your tree stand trying to be quiet and your release is flopping around and smacks the side of your stand and it sounds like a gun is going off in the woods. Well team game slayer hunting has come out with a solution to the problem.
The release catcher holds your release in place with a magnetic button which makes no noise at all. It‘s a good addition to your hunting outfit, plus you wont even know its there. Its light and washable so no smell and no sound equal success. I highly recommend this product to any hunter looking to go the extra mile in bow hunting. On the other side of the spectrum, some release companies have a similar but inferior option built into the release already, but if you have a floppy, noisy release already, the release catcher is a must own. Keep up the good work Game Slayer.
Posted by lralph at 2:16 PM
Friday, December 6, 2013
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Posted by lralph at 10:43 AM
Monday, November 18, 2013
Originally used as a means of survival, hunting has evolved into a favorite pastime for many. From traditional methods to modern tricks, hunters today have found new ways of capturing prey. If you are looking for new locations with bigger and better game, consider traveling to one of these exotic locations for the excursion of a lifetime!
Immenhof Hunting (Africa) – Whether your preference is a bow or a rifle, this hunting farm sits on 20,000 acres of private land and boasts a variety of game. From baboons to cheetahs, hunters can pursue prey of all shapes and sizes for their trophy wall. Experienced guides knowledgeable in multiple languages are available for one-on-one or small group sessions. If your traveling companion isn’t much of a hunter, the farm also provides non-hunting activities, such as horseback riding, farm tours, and nature walks.
Posted by lralph at 3:33 PM
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Update: Taxidermist aged the deer at 7 1/2 years old. Green Score of 190 5/8
Posted by lralph at 9:42 AM
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Posted by lralph at 11:36 AM
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Protecting your ears while hunting is incredibly beneficial. Nearly 22 million American adults between the ages of 20 to 69 have damaged their hearing due to over exposure to loud sounds. First of all, it will not only improve your hearing while out in the field but it will also protect your hearing for the future. Hearing protection is generally inexpensive but no matter what type of hearing protection you choose make sure you choose one that your are comfortable with and affords you the greatest amount of protection. Not everyone is the same so testing out different types of hearing protection and finding the pair that is right for you is your best bet.
There are two major types of hearing protection products that you can use before you go out hunting. Earplugs are small foam inserts that sit right in the ear canal, protecting your hearing when loud noises are around you. It is important that you get good quality earplugs that are meant for people who are using firearms. Certain earplugs just drown out small noises while others are meant specifically for heavy machinery or firearms. It is a good idea to look closely at labels when you are buying this type of product for yourself.
If you do not want to take the time to put earplugs in your ears while out in the field, you should consider buying protective headphones. These headphones drown out noise beautifully so that you do not have to worry about hearing damage. You will be amazed at how beneficial putting an emphasis on your hearing protection can be.
Posted by lralph at 7:42 AM