Steps to Obtaining Your First Bird Of Prey

If you're a hunter or raptor enthusiast, then you may be considering buying a falcon of your own. Falconry has a long tradition and is an exciting and eco-friendly way to hunt birds and small mammals. However, you can't just go out and buy a bird without going through a number of steps required by law. Here are some tips on getting started on the path to owning your own bird. Read More 

Understanding Important Bicycle Repair and Maintenance Tips

Lots of people rely on their bikes for transportation. However, even the people who use their bikes casually should make sure that they keep their bikes in good condition. In many ways, bikes are very fragile vehicles. The bike riders who work with professional mechanics on a regular basis should be able to use their bikes for years, especially if they clean their bikes effectively.  Power Washers Can Damage Bicycles Read More 

Tips For Storing And Transporting Ammo

If you own a firearm of any kind, you probably have a supply of ammunition, too. While safe storage and handling of your firearm is obviously imperative, safe storage and handling of your ammo are also important. Unfortunately, most gun owners do not place much emphasis on how to properly store and transport their ammunition. This can lead to a variety of issues including malfunctioning ammo, legal woes, and dangerous accidents. Read More 

Are You Interested In Cougar Hunting?

Are you already a hunter, perhaps going out each hunting season to obtain deer that will fill your freezer? Lately you might have heard that you have competition when it comes to finding the deer you will later feed your family. That competition might come in the form of a cougar. That information might have inspired you to go cougar hunting even before deer season begins. Or, you might be interested in hunting for cougars simply because you've never had that experience in the past. Read More 

Four Reasons Why You Should Tie Your Own Fishing Flies

Fly tying is a hobby, but it can also be a hobby that makes money. In addition to it garnering extra pocket cash, there are multiple reasons why you should get into this hobby. Some of the best reasons for it are as follows. It Is An Art Form No joke; fly tying is an art form. There is a subculture of people who spend hours creatively designing and tying fishing flies. Read More