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Ruger Precision Rifle spotlight
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Ruger Precision Rifle spotlight

The Ruger Precision rifle has quickly ascended to one of the most popular bolt action rifles on the market, and for good reason.  With features like a 5R rifled 4140 chrome-moly steel threaded barrel that can be modified using standard AR style tools, a Samson free float handguard, factory 20-MOA picatinny rail, MSR style receiver... read more >>

Rat Camp 2016
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Rat Camp 2016

Randy joked “you can feel the electricity in the air” starting hunt #2 for our eastern Oregon sage rat shoot.  By the end of the day, that premonition held true as the hunt was ended early due to lightning.  Driving back to camp gave time to reflect on the purpose of sage rat (ground squirrel) hunting,... read more >>

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Mountain Tech

“Ounces are pounds,  pounds are pain.”  This is often the mantra of the back country hunter.  When you depend on your legs, and not your truck to get you where you need to go, every single ounce matters. The lighter you are, the longer, and easier your trek will be.  Steel makes for a great... read more >>

Scope your turkey gun
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Scope your turkey gun

All shotguns are created equal, except when they are not. A shotgun is very good at a few things, mainly shooting a whole bunch of pellets in a pattern to hit moving objects like clays, upland birds, or waterfowl.  Such activities require nothing more than a small bead at the end of the barrel for... read more >>

Ground squirrel “season” is upon us
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Ground squirrel “season” is upon us

In Oregon, the month of March can be a time of change.  Daylight savings, the start of spring, hopes of slightly warmer weather and sage rat hunting.  What are commonly referred to as “sage rats”, are actually the Belding’s ground squirrel. An abundant rodent that often finds itself in the alfalfa fields of Eastern Oregon.... read more >>