That's great. It harder and harder to find good people to share hunting with.
Very nice trip. I love that area.
I had a buddy to had an old Mini 14 and the accuracy was pretty poor no matter what he did. He sold it off. The newer one's may be better.
It can be!
I have an old Uncle Henry trapper that I love, but no experience with more modern ones.
Sometimes you just have to walk and clear your head.
Nice! I was on Noland Creek yesterday.
Clean it before you freeze it.
I've got a minimum of 10 for everything, and some with a few more than that.
I don't mind the leather flap sheath, but that one looks great!
Love me some Woolrich.
Grouse and pheasants have been responsible for more near heart attacks in teh woods than any thing else.
You might find a Howa or a Tikka used to cut down, then you could load it to modern pressures. Another option would be to get an old long action...
My old Remington 700 .30-06 and alternate with my Tikka 6.5x55.
Thanks for sharing. Good luck out there.
Yeah, that's the one I would have if I didn't already have a Silky. And, I may still get one.
I've thought of a bow saw, but I've stuck with a Silky Gomboy 240mm folding saw. It just better fit my kit and needs.
Well, @DaveRT , hard to argue with those results!
It's a real benefit!
I agree with BlueDogScout. I'd also say, cooking some things like bacon enhances the seasoning so you don;t hva eto do the oil thing after...