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    • December 29, 2017 12:30 PM EST
    • <p>Clinger Holsters The New Clipless Holster. Made for Comfort and used with ease. The holster slides easily into your weistband and holds firmly in place. We tested the Clinger Holster with a 380 and 357 handgun and could not believe how easy it was. The holster was light weight and durable and it lives up to its name. It just clings to your weistband. Even in Sweat Pants we were able to draw both the 380 and the 357 without the holster moving at all. We give this product 2 Guns Up!</p>

    • March 10, 2015 6:34 PM EDT
    • I did a video review of this game cart


    • March 10, 2015 6:33 PM EDT
    • <p><iframe src="" width="425" height="350"></iframe></p>

    • March 10, 2015 6:31 PM EDT
    • Make sure to see the follow up reviews. Links are in the description


    • December 10, 2014 10:40 AM EST
    • <p>Just curious more than anything, with the popularity of the side by side market blowing up, do you own one and if so, do you use it to hunt? Ive got a 2014 Polaris Rander Midsize 570! I love it!</p>
      <p>If you do use your for hunting, do you have anything on it to keep it quiet?</p>
      <p>Here is a picture of mine-This was after a good day of riding!! <img src="/public/album_photo/04/13/07/704f8_2256.JPG?c=3939" alt=""></p>

    • December 10, 2014 10:31 AM EST
    • <p>That is one cool Truck DJ, do you still have it? I see the post is dated 3 years ago, but I was just curious if you still have it and do you still enjoy the hybrid technology as much as when you bought it?</p>

    • February 4, 2012 8:21 AM EST
    • 1987 chevy astro is mine. No payments and its no chick magnet, but it'll go anywhere. Electric would be cool for stalking up on something though

    • January 20, 2011 10:36 PM EST
    • This may suprise some but I think I have found the ultimate hunting vehicle. I have been using my wife's Chevy Tahoe Hybrid, 4WD. I like it so much that I am going to buy a Chevy or GMC Silverado or Sierra 1500 Hybrid for myself. In the Hybrid all-electric mode I can enter a hunting area quitely and without the smell of emissions with the engine off. I can cover a lot of area in the stealth mode and not spook game. I can also run the electric A/C or heater/defroster without the engine running. When I need a lot of power the 6.0L V-8 and 4WD is available (it runs in 4WD in electric as well). The fuel savings getting to and from the hunting area allows me to spend money in other guns & ammo. Towing & load capacity is great. I have travelled up to 13 miles with the gas engine off at up to 25 MPH. The mapping and navigation is also handy as I can chart where I have been off-road as well. I can run 110 volt appliances from the rear outlet. There's also ON-Star for emergencies. 4WD selections are 2WD, Auto, 4Hi, 4Lo. Eaton Locking Diff standard. Has tow/haul mode and optionl Manual/Electric gear selection. Shocks can be switched from highway to off-roade mode (stiffens suspension). Traction control can be switched ON/OFF. 

    • June 7, 2013 12:09 AM EDT
    • This Week's Surplus Deals!


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    • June 7, 2013 12:07 AM EDT
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    • June 7, 2013 12:00 AM EDT
    • I'm going to leverage this forum to post any deals from various sporting goods stores, supplies and other venues to help us all save money. 


      Hopefully it'll grow and perhaps more of us can share deals you find locally or nationally so others can benefit.

    • November 6, 2012 8:00 PM EST
    • Hunting in the northern climates, there have been many wishes made for a smaller, warmer glove for  hunting in colder climates. I have yet to find a great glove for being small enough to get my trigger finger on the trigger. But a sacrifice has to be made since there can't be any balance. Not to mention safely handling your gun.

      Or can there be?
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      Mine is on its way and I can't wait to try my GunMitt out just in time for the cold weather to set in. I do a lot of late season upland hunting and this is going to be the golden ticket!

    • November 6, 2012 7:57 PM EST
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      <span>For as tiring and difficult cattails are to hunt, they are the ideal habitat for pheasants. Knowing how to walk them and be more successful is the key. </span>

    • July 31, 2011 11:15 PM EDT
    • STEDI STOCK    Product Review.

      We just got this latest Product Review and I wanted to share it!

      It was published in Outwrite Outdoors

      The Stedi-Stock

      By DerrekSigler,on May 9th,2010


      A while back,a guy from Agonic Enterprises from Texas got a hold of me and asked me if I’d like to try out a new product from him called the Stedi-Stock. I looked at it and was quick to say yes. The Stedi-Stock is a plastic,lightweight stock to mount your spotting scope or video camera to. You can then hold the scope or camera very steady,with no shaking so common with just holding something in your hands.

      Does it work?
      Yes,very well. I used it with a spotting scope and found it to work almost as well as the tripod,yet was much more mobile. I also liked that it is light and compact,making it extremely mobile. You have several mounting options for how you want the device to be held on the stock.

      What’s with the grip?
      The grip threw me at first. I didn’t see why it was cone-shaped. ThenI saw the other part of it that can mount on a tripod. What it basically does is give you a quick-release mechanism for mounting the Stedi-Stock on a tripod,or window mount. You can them pull it off and go out into the field. Think about that. You’re out scouting for bucks or bulls or whatever. You spot what you’re after,and all you have to do is pull the Stedi-Stock off of the tripod and go. And you still have a useable scope because of the Stedi-Stock.

      I occasionally have to use a video camera. The Stedi-Stock allows me to be totally mobile,yet still get good,quality shots.

      The Outwrite Truth
      If I hadn’t been asked to test one of these,but had read a test or seen one,I would have bought it on my own. It is a quality product and does just what it says it will do. I haven’t seen anything just like it before and the versatility and mobility of it make it a product every hunter,outdoor-enthusiast etc… should own. Best of all,it is made right here in the USA and is available for under $30! I don’t get anything for selling these but am telling you,go buy one. You won’t be sorry!


    • May 23, 2011 1:44 PM EDT

    • Were putting our new BB2 "CUBE" against a few of the leading brands blocks to see which one the deer prefer. These "CUBES" are great not only as a long lasting deer attractant, but also are great for the land manager that can't get out to the property as much as they would like. Check it out!



    • September 11, 2010 2:35 PM EDT
    • I've become a member of the staff for the U-Slide Bow Holder manufactured by JBI Industries. These bow holders will put your bow conveniently in hands reach with minimal movement while on stand. These can be used anywhere, in your tree stand, ground blind, and even the backyard target range. Check these awesome new bow holders out at U-Slide Bow Holders and when you place your order, tell them the folks at Southern Bowhunting sent ya......

    • September 3, 2010 8:16 PM EDT
    • If y'all do your own bow work, you need to check out the bow vises by Axis Pro. These are high quality and will put your bow in nearly any position to make your work comfortable. This is with out a doubt the best bow vise I have used. You can check out the gear review by Southern Bowhunting in our Gear Review section. Visit the new Axis Pro Website and tell them that Southern Bowhunting sent ya.......