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Freezers Getting Full

Posted by Kurt R Howland on November 27, 2010 at 6:30 PM Comments comments (0)

The freezers getting full as I keep my tracking and stalking skiiils up to par.




100 lb sow taken with 12ga 00 buck.




Less fat then store bought meat, and no hormones or chemicals added.  Enjoy the hunting season, and use it to keep your survival skills sharp.


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Hunting for Survival

Posted by Kurt R Howland on November 19, 2010 at 11:18 AM Comments comments (7)

Hey All,

 

Downed a 5 point buck with my AR today.  If you doubt the knock down power of the little bullet don’t.  I hit this buck at around 75 yards with a chest shot, it flippedit completely over, and it was finished. 



 

5.56x45 68grain Hollow Point, you don’t want to be on the receiving end. 


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It's in the Palm of your Hand

Posted by Kurt R Howland on August 19, 2010 at 4:03 PM Comments comments (0)

The Palm Strike



This should really be called the heel strike because you hit with the heel of the hand not the palm.  The palm strike is very forceful and devastating if used correctly.  It should be used when possible instead of a fist.


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First-Aid in the Wild

Posted by Kurt R Howland on August 19, 2010 at 3:34 PM Comments comments (1)

You say to yourself, I'm CPR and Basic First-Aid certified so I figure I'm ready to tackle the wilds... WRONG!!!  Basic First-Aid is not the same as Wilderness First-Aid, It's not even close.


WFA is a two day course that includes much more than just stopping bleeding and making the victim comfortable until the Medics get there.  In a wilderness situation help is generally not close by, and you need to be trained to give more than basic care.


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The First Step to being Ready!

Posted by Kurt R Howland on July 7, 2010 at 12:17 PM Comments comments (1)

Everyone Nowadays seems to have suggestions as to what you need to have in an emergency to survive.  We all seem geared to a bugout bag, or what you should bring if you are going into the woods.


I say this is the wrong way to prepare!  You need to start on a personal basis.  What do you need to survive in a real emergency or disaster.  This is where it all begins, at all times you must have on your person what you need to survive.  Remember, disaster...

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