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    by Alex Taylor

          Full Metal Jacket Bullets Composition: These are bullets that have a metal coating around the majority of the bullet. This does not include the base of the bullet, which still has exposed lead. These bullets are ideal for target/plinking situations because of...

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  • Duck Hunting Tips: 6 Old Tricks That Still Work
    by Sarah Davis

    Waterfowlers have proven to be some of the most resourceful of all sportsmen throughout history, with their combined approach of calling, decoying, and plain old woodsmanship. Here are six old-school tips worth remembering as you prepare to hit the water for ducks and geese this fall.

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  • What to Do When Bringing your Pet Onboard
    by Kevin Walker

    Q: What should I do before I bring my pet on board? A: Get a checkup, make sure vaccinations are up to date, carry a signed vaccination certificate and or health certificate, get a stool test to check for worms, check for heartworm and make sure the dog is on preventative medication. Make sure nails are trimmed and pads are in good shape.

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  • Ten Tips for Clean and Green Boating
    by Alex Taylor

    1- Prevent oily discharges from the bilge. Keep your engine well tuned to prevent fuel and oil leaks. Secure an oil absorbent pad or pillow in your bilge and under your engine where drips may occur. Check the pads often, do not let them clog the bilge pump, and dispose of them as hazardous waste at a marina or local hazardous waste collection center.

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  • Boating is Affordable
    by Lisa Jenkins

    Boating is affordable and there’s a boat for every age, lifestyle and budget.  • Most people don’t realize how affordable boating is: in some instances, you can buy a brand new boat financed for around $250.00 a month, like a car. • Boats provide tax deductible and cost effective second homes. Interest on a boat loan can be deducted if the boat has a galley, berth and head.

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  • How to Survive in the Woods Without Supplies
    by Paul Brown

    Getting caught without supplies isn't common, but it can happen. Surviving in the woods has been done throughout history, and it's something that most people can learn to do with a little practice. With no supplies, surviving is often challenging but it can be rewarding. Survival with no supplies typically means that no knife or other items are used while in the woods. This kind of survival...

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  • Different Types of Fishing Hooks
    by Sarah Davis

    21 Fishing Hooks and When to Use Them Fishing hooks have been around for centuries; playing a vital role in providing food and commerce. Throughout time, hooks have been made from bones, shells, wood, stone, bronze and steel. 

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