Number One Way to Keep Your Hunting Skills Sharp

For most folks, big game season winds down in November or December.  Don’t hit the couch with a hot drink and the remote, though.  You–yes, you–have work to do.  In truth, there is little down time between seasons for real hunters.  In many places, small game is huntable year round.  A perfect opportunity to add more meat to the freezer and keep those stalking and shooting skills in top condition.  To add more fun, take a quality air rifle into the field rather than a firearm.

Air rifles are just as effective on small game as any rimfire.  They are quiet and don’t use up strategic metals such as brass and copper.  Famed hunter, Keith Warren, tells you all about it in this great video.  Rabbits and such will keep you on your toes and teach you to aim small, miss small.  Here’s Keith…


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