Category Archives: Tips and tricks

How to Zero a Scope and Rifle for Long Range Shooting

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- If you’re going to shoot long range, you need to make sure your zero is perfect. Small errors at 100 yards become big ones at 1,000 yards, so if your zero is off by just ½-inch at the … Continue reading

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Seems to work, but maybe I was just getting lucky.

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Belgian D’Uccle: Mille Fleur Variety, Egg Laying and More

Chickens don’t come any cuter than Belgian D’Uccles – but I am biased of course! If there were only one breed I could keep, they would be it. Also known as Barbu D’Uccles, these pint-sized birds have personality by the … Continue reading

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Changing magazines: Embrace the reality

Rationalization is a powerful thing. The temptation to convince one’s self that “it’s good enough” or that you’ll “do it later” is right up there with other irresistible forces of nature like gravity and checking your smartphone while waiting in … Continue reading

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Baby Chicks: The Definitive Care Guide

Raising chicks is fun, educational and is one of the most rewarding things you will do! Chicks are cute and endearing, but they do have some special needs and we hope to guide you through the process of raising a … Continue reading

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Cooking with Chef Wirecutter

So today I’m going to share another one of those bachelor meals that’s so simple and so damned tasty you’re going to wonder why your mother didn’t make it for you before she went out barhopping. Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom … Continue reading

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AR/M4 Malfunction Clearance

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What Is The Best Home Defense Weapon That Isn’t A Gun?

Open-ended questions like these are often answered using personal experience or second-hand chatter. What is often ignored are the actual studies and verified results coming from these studies. For instance in the United States did you know that while Bear … Continue reading

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Chicken Wire: All You Need To Know

Chicken wire was actually invented back in 1844 by an English ironmonger called Charles Barnard. He lived in Norwich which was a cloth weaving town. He took the basic principles from the cloth loom and applied it to wire and … Continue reading

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Top 5 upgrades to improve your AR accuracy

You have had your AR-15 for a while and it has become your favorite gun to shoot at the range. But for some reason, you just can’t achieve the accuracy you anticipated when you’re shooting it. You have practiced with … Continue reading

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The Wonders of Baking Soda

(Natural News) Baking soda is an incredibly useful product that can be used in your garden. The household staple has been gaining popularity in the last few years because it is an inexpensive and abundant alternative to many synthetic chemicals … Continue reading

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Whoa, another chicken post?

Barnevelders or ‘Barnies’ as they are affectionately known, are relative newcomers to the world of chickens. That hasn’t held them back though, they have a firm following and rightly so. They are a low maintenance hen with a fun personality … Continue reading

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Cooking with El Wirecuttero

Today I’m going to teach you how to make an authentic Mexifornia breakfast burrito, actually about a dozen of them motherfuckers. It’s cheap, nutritious, and tasty too. Not only that, but clean up is fast and easy – you’re not … Continue reading

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Law of Self Defense: A Self-Defense Cascade of Failure

I’m often asked to describe the most common way people screw up their self-defense claim. The truth is there isn’t a single most common way. Too many people manage to find an apparently infinite number of ways to step outside … Continue reading

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Grit and Oyster Shell: Do Your Chickens Need Them?

Unfortunately a lot of people think that grit and oyster shell are the same thing. They are not. Your hens require both oyster shell and grit. Without it, serious health issues can arise, such as Sour Crop and Brittle Bones. … Continue reading

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Beware the Hobo Parsnip

When Charlotte Murphy slid into some brush while walking along a road in Vermont, she stood back up, brushed herself off and continued on her way. But her stumble came back to haunt her days later, in the form of … Continue reading

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How the bear sh!ts in the woods

The one question that kept coming up regarding my long (+14 mile) walks involved “What did you do about solid waste elimination?” After hearing that question for the third time I realized it is a topic that I needed to … Continue reading

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It’s your lucky day – TWO chicken posts!

The Sebright chicken is a small but dynamic bird. It enjoys an almost ‘cult’ following of dedicated breeders and keepers. This pint-sized bird is beautiful to look at and can easily fit in the palm of your hand! It is … Continue reading

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