Depending on where you go, we have Blacktail Deer, Mule Deer, Elk, Antelope, Black Bear, Wild Pigs, Quail, Dove, Ducks, Geese, Grouse, Wild Pigeons, Rabbits, Coyotes, Mountain Lion (protected in CA.), Bob Cats, Squirrels (tree and ground), Racoon, etc. (I am running out of breath) here in California. And on the very odd day you can't find something to hunt, we have great fresh and salt water fishing (whole different forum discussion). Why, I think we are the luckiest hunters on earth; unless I happened to be living somewhere else in which case I suspect my list would be different, but just as long
As prices increase, many shooters are looking for ways to take the bite out of their shooting budget. Here are ten tips to help:
Take the bite out of your shooting budget:
If you are like most, you did not buy nearly enough ammo over the past few years. Most of us told ourselves that our budgets just couldn’t be stretched any farther. So our ammunition reserves either dwindled or stayed static despite knowing that prices were rising. Boy are we sorry now!...