Survival posts take me back to my childhood. I was a avid hiker and explorer. My dad was a park ranger and I used to spend hours roaming the woods we lived on. it was my interest in wilderness survival that shaped me and lead me to prepping.
The mindset to survive in the woods and the mindset to survive a disaster is very similar, actually I would say the survival mindset is the same. Its like the response Daniel Boone once gave when asked if he ever got lost. Daniel replied “I’ve never been lost, but I once spend 3 days a bit bewildered about my current location”.
It does not matter about the location, what matters is the will to survive coupled with the skills to solve problem and the knowledge to recognize solutions.
Hunting can be the most adventurous yet greatly dangerous outdoor sport. Therefore, making it as safe as possible for yourself as a hunter and the others in the locality is essential. This sport requires a set of weapons that, if not used with expertise and safety, can cause serious injury or even death.
Therefore, it is necessary to learn all the pre-requisites and method of safety rather than blindly heading out for it. There are even complete courses for hunters and even the people who live in the hunting areas.
It’s hard to describe the joyful feeling when you finally have the opportunity to enjoy yourself and pursue your shooting/hunting hobby. However, you need a proper scope that fits your needs and a scope that fits your gun; in other words, you need a top quality rifle scope that performs 100% without breaking your bank.
You will find so many rifle scopes out there being sold today, and you might wonder exactly how you are going to choose the perfect scope. That will all depend on what kind of gun you plan on shooting with, shooting you plan on doing, and what type of reticle you need/want.