https://www.ldsavow.com/ Regardless of religious preference, check this out; I think every one of us can benefit from the information. The entire manual can be down loaded for free. As with any good text, printed or in digits, take the time to highlight what stands out to you; this is a lesson I picked up as […]
I tried it and it works like a charm, takes a second to light however.
The riffle is a 270 straight off the shelf which I purchased specifically for this project. The following pictures take you through the step by step process. If you are indoors as I was for environmental control please use safety equipment. The weapon disassembled with everything I need. Wipe the entire thing down with something that […]
I had a discussion with two relatives that led me to a stark realization; those without military or medical training tend to have a serious void in potential life saving information and technique. I asked the two unnamed relatives if they knew how to recognize arterial bleeding and how and where to apply a tourniquet. […]
I figured that you might want some more personal information on this topic. While I was repacking and doing an inventory on everything that I have packed. I decided I would compile a guide that you might find interesting based of what I determined was important to have. Feel free to add or take from […]
I came across this online and could not help but be impressed by the simplicity of the system. Give it a shot and see what you think. FYI, the mouse trap doesn’t really work so try the larger rat trap. Jon
A good friend of mine sent me a copy of this great article, enjoy. This was Tim’s first year bow hunting. At 14 years old, Tim decided to bow hunt with me over rifle hunting because his knee injury limits his walking ability and he knows the area where I hunt entails very little walking. […]