For many people, hunting is a way of life in Belgrade and the surrounding areas, as well as many other places across the United States. Like with any sport, hunting requires the right equipment. You need proper clothing, an orange vest or coat to mark you as a non-target, and various other gear when you head out before dawn. You also need a hunting rifle you can trust.
Have you seen a self-driving car on the road? It's unnerving to see a vehicle driving around town without a driver, but we'd better get used to the idea. We'd better create a plan for how to handle self-driving vehicle crashes as well.
Imagine you're a two-income household struggling to make ends meet, put food on the table and take care of the needs of your children. Since both you and your spouse have full-time jobs, it's difficult to get everything that needs to be done to run your home in an easy, healthy and efficient manner.
Many people are surprised to find out what hunters already know: you can fly with your rifle. But there are certain regulations you must follow. With the hunting opener just around the corner, here are some things to keep in mind if you are going to fly with your rifle.
It has been called Day Glo orange, blaze orange, fluorescent orange, hunter orange and neon orange. Regardless of the name, many people wonder why hunters are required to wear it?
The rifle has been a staple in the US military and for hunting for over a century. Many of us cannot imagine a life without our beloved rifle.