I've tried it with high polished, 100k edges and with coarse edges as well, ended up choosing coarse edge, lasts a lot longer, especially on highly abrasive mediums.
sharpen with 800-1000 grit diamond stone, then strop or ceramic stick to maintain the edge, resharping in the woods or mountains sux
I was / am in the outfitters business, 30+ years, it’s not the same as when I started in 1990 , and it really does bite into the family life during the different seasons, the USCG would offer more stability and insurance, benefits for the future imo
Saw this old 7pt last week and thought about him all week, went back on Friday and a bad wind made him and I have a stairing contest for 5+ minutes, when he turned to look at the doe , a .308 win to the neck ended the match
love the upturned main beam and sticker point
The duck hunting and fishing are awsome !
the beach life and hot women amazing!
the hunting is amazing but very expensive and hard to find , except for packaged hunts finding a hunting lease is hard
the area around SPI is Mexican heritage
some areas are kinda run down and anti...
If was buying a new rifle and grizzly were wearing my mind out a 7PRC would be the first choice
anything from 6.5-284 Norma—— 338 wm is in the sweet spot
I used a .270 win 130gr partition on a few rams all DRT
I’m a old school hunter new elk & deer and whatever rifle is a 375 ruger
a fat 22 cal is still under powered for me , except for a neck shot maybe
235gr @ 3000fps or a 270gr @ 2700fps kills DRT and doesn’t have any meat damage
It’s amazing the number of times I’ve found “ lost firearms “
1. found a rifle in a old abandoned deer stand ( owner of the land kept it of course)
2. Found 10+ shotguns & rifle in a gun safe after the original hunters where kicked off the ranch for none payment of the lease
3. Found 2 O/U...