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
This article is part one of a long-term field test of the Savage Precision Carbine. Now that it is legal to hunt whitetail deer in Texas with a suppressor, I was searching for a suitable host platform. I quickly settled on the .308 cartridge because of the availability of factory threaded barrels in that caliber – usually offered as a “tactical” or “law enforcement” model – and the adaptability of that cartridge. My criteria: A short 18″ – 20″ barrel, detachable box magazine, decent factory stock out of the box, and a reputation for accuracy. A great trigger is a must but I was willing to drop in a Timney or Jewell if needed. The Savage Precision Carbine quickly became the obvious choice. Continue reading Savage Precision Carbine .308
The AAC Model 7 300 Blackout rifle is breaking my heart. It reminds me of the hot new girl in town that everyone is after who turned out to be hard to live with.
The AAC Model is essentially a Remington Model 7 fitted with the AAC .30 caliber barrel. It is a short, lightweight, cool little gun that I really want to like (a lot). Specifications: Continue reading AAC Model 7 300 Blackout
There have been countless wildcat cartridges over the years. One recent trend has been the various efforts to modify the standard AR15 to shoot a heavier, more lethal bullet. The crazy hype surrounding the 300 Blackout is but one example. For my money, the 6.8 SPC is the best of the lot for general all-around use. Continue reading 6.8 SPC II Custom Build Rifle
Took this nice management buck down with my Nosler 280AI..
I was looking for an updated camera from my old Moultrie and came across the Uway NT50B. Very nice specs, compact unit, and the preliminary reviews looked promising so I jumped in. Because I bought it after deer season I put in on the stock pond near our farm for testing. The other reason I bought it is for security at the farm – as you can see in one of the photos of the trespasser. The “black flash” was appealing from a security cam standpoint. Continue reading Staff Trail Camera Review: Uway NT50B
Plot Watcher Pro
Being a long-time believer in game cameras, I was intrigued by the “plot watcher” time lapse cameras. I contacted Day 6 Outdoors and they were kind of enough to send me their Plot Watcher Pro for evaluation during whitetail deer season.
They say faith in one’s equipment is everything..
Well, after a weekend of testing with a Nosler 280 AI and Zeiss FL 4-16×50 with AVS elevation turret, I would say I have it.
Deer weren’t moving where I was at on Sunday morning, and I had passed on several nice bucks Friday and Sat waiting for a shooter..
So I climbed up a big hill with a view of a field that’s about 3/4 of a mile square with scattered trees
I spotted a nice buck about 1/2 mile out headed for a tree line, no doubt, it was a shooter..
Tikka T3: I was looking for a new deer rifle and kind of approached it differently this time. The first thing I did was to study the ballistic tables and the .270WSM really stood out. This cartridge can push a 140gr bullet at 3,100 fps – flat shooting. At 300 yards (with a 200 yard zero) it has about a 5.5″ drop, is moving at 2,600 fps, 2,100 energy delivery. Continue reading Tikka T3 Lite .270 WSM