I love it when a plan comes together! Friday night we went out with Gary from the Silencer Shop and his son Zachary.
That boy was excited about getting on some pigs!
We weren’t out 15 minutes and right at dark ran across three groups of pigs.
Continue reading Hog hunting with thermal scopes
Is there anything more fun that hog hunting at night with suppressed ARs and Thermal imaging?
Not that I can think of!
For this hunt I ran a Wilson Combat 6.8 with 100g Hornady GMX Boar Buster ammo. Silencer is a CRUX Nemesis 30. Thermal scope is a FLIR PS64 and video recording is being handled by a MDVR from Ultimate Night Vision.
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I came across this picture this morning of my two boys from our first season on the hunting lease about 5 years ago. It was spring and we were exploring the place and did a little fishing at one of the tanks on the property. That smile on David’s face is what it is all about.
Continue reading Good times fishing with the boys
We went out a few weeks ago on a hunt..
There is NOTHING more fun than pig hunting with suppressed ARs , Night Vision and Thermal Imaging!
Tactical Gun Review, Silencer Shop, Griffin Armament and the Pipe Hitters union put the hurt on some hogs.
Is it legal to hunt in Texas with a silencer? What do you need to know?
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Action Outdoor Adventures is ran by Texan native Richard Muenninck out of Hondo, TX.
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Shot on Diamond Half Ranch south of Seguin. It was a cold rainy day after Thanksgiving and the lease was pretty much deserted. I was hunting on my own and seeing lots of good deer movement. Continue reading My best whitetail deer yet!
TPWD News Release — April 15, 2015. The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.
- All Play and No Work. Near the end of duck season, a Henderson County game warden received a call from the owner of a local gas station. The caller said a black car had pulled up to one of their dumpsters and left a trash bag full of ducks inside. When the warden arrived at the gas station, he saw footage from the station’s cameras that showed the individual entering the gas station and paying for several items using a “speed pass.” The warden tracked down the individual using information secured from a warrant for the speed pass user’s credentials. The out-of-state hunter admitted to dumping the ducks in the dumpster because he did not want to clean them. Continue reading Game Warden Field Notes
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We got the Ruger American Ranch Compact in 300 Blackout back in the fall. It was exactly what I was looking for. A lightweight 300 Blackout youth model with a 16″ threaded barrel. We got it, mounted a Leupold VXR 2-7 on it and sighted it in with some Barnes 110g ammo. Running a Templar Tactical Nemesis30 can on it. Right of the box it was shooting 1/2″ groups. Very nice.
We hunted with it and it took care of a few deer for my boys. It’s a cool little gun, very lightweight and even dad might enjoy it as a truck gun our out walking around!
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All Seasons Feeders have a reputation for reliability and durability. We have used them extensively on our deer lease for a number of years and they just run – day after day. When deciding upon a new road feeder the obvious choice was All Seasons. We ultimately purchased the 100 lb Hercules over the standard galvanized model because we can be tough on equipment. The All Seasons Hercules is one solid piece of gear that should last many years. Continue reading All Seasons 100 lb Hercules Road Feeder