How To String a Bow
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How To String a Bow

Many people keep thinking that stringing a bow is very easy but it is just easy when seeing. In reality, there must be the true procedure to bow deftly lest some sudden accidents may occur. This article will give you all the instruction of how to string a bow. Crossbow String In contrast to the…

What to Take on a Camping Trip: 10 Must Haves for a Long Adventure
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What to Take on a Camping Trip: 10 Must Haves for a Long Adventure

Planning on going camping soon? If so, you can never be over-prepared, especially if it’s a long camping trip. Once you’re out in the woods, you’re on your own, which means whatever gear you bring with you, will need to be reliable. If you’re not sure what to take on a camping trip or simply…

Don’t Forget Your Passport! Essential Things to Bring When Traveling Abroad
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Don’t Forget Your Passport! Essential Things to Bring When Traveling Abroad

Did you know that Americans spent $135 billion on overseas tourism in 2017? This was a whopping 9-percent increase from the year before! This is a record amount of Americans traveling abroad. In fact, Newsweek says more than 42 percent of American citizens now have passports, compared with a mere 4 percent in 1990. And now it’s your turn…

9 Best Survival Kit Reviews And Buyer Guide 2021
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9 Best Survival Kit Reviews And Buyer Guide 2021

Survival is a very relative notion. It reflects, for example,…. ……. the situation of a person who ventures into inhospitable regions such as the Australian bush or the African savannas, among others. This can also be the case of a group of people, possibly with one or more wounded, stuck in an inextricable forest. Survival…

Pro Advice: Camping Checklist or What You Need To Go Camping?
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Pro Advice: Camping Checklist or What You Need To Go Camping?

The excitement of doing outdoor activities begins at home. When you choose your destination suddenly your mind is all-around that place and its features! After you decided where to go then the research phase begins … What is the weather like? What kind of maps are available on the destination? And thelist goes on … In this outdoor…

5 Best Night Vision Binocular Reviews – Buyer Guide 2021
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5 Best Night Vision Binocular Reviews – Buyer Guide 2021

Cats do not miss, thanks to their ocular systems, any detail of the nightlife. They can clearly distinguish a shape, an object or an animal in the heart of the darkness and it seems like cats are using the best night vision binoculars. For us humans, things are very different! Once the light is out,…

6 Duck Shooting Tips for Your First Waterfowl Hunt
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6 Duck Shooting Tips for Your First Waterfowl Hunt

There are over 1 million duck hunters in the United States. That might sound like a lot, but this figure represents a significant decline compared to years gone by. Thankfully, hunter numbers are on the rise again. This traditional sport is still popular around the country. Are you thinking about giving it a shot for the first…

Your First Hunt: A Guide to Deer Hunting for Beginners
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Your First Hunt: A Guide to Deer Hunting for Beginners

Depending on where you are, deer hunting season may be well on its way or it has already started. You want to join the hunting party and it’s your first time deer hunting. What do you need to know?  A whopping 11.5 million Americans go hunting. It’s 2 million less than before and hunting expenditure dropped 29%….

Hunting on Two Wheels: 7 Essential Benefits of Electric Hunting Bikes
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Hunting on Two Wheels: 7 Essential Benefits of Electric Hunting Bikes

If you’re an avid hunter, chances are you are always trying to find ways to make your days in the woods more productive and efficient. One of the ways you can do this is by getting electric hunting bikes. Regardless of what kind of hunting you do, an electric bike can enhance your experience.  Keep…

2020 Burglary & Theft Statistics Explained & What This Means for 2021 (Especially Post-COVID)
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2020 Burglary & Theft Statistics Explained & What This Means for 2021 (Especially Post-COVID)

Burglary and theft continue to be significant problems for Americans. According to the FBI, there were approximately 1,120,000 burglaries in 2019, causing an estimated $3 billion in property losses. However, during 2020 and the coronavirus pandemic, there was a general decline in property and violent crimes across the U.S. Lockdowns and fear of the coronavirus…