Oregon Pack Works is happy to announce owner, Karl J. Findling, is the newest addition to the Oregon Hunters Association, Board of Directors.
In the recent Western Hunting Journal review, all of the backpacks in the review are capable hunting packs-Yes!
It is difficult though to compare Apples to Oranges; all fruit yes, but different fruit. The WholeShabang! that was tested, is a significantly DIFFERENT pack than those next to it. First, the WS! weighs 9# 9 ounces. The Orion weighs, 6# 6 ounces.
..800, 900,1,000 yards, Open Sights...shooters at Creedmoor were the real deal.
Some bullet placements, especially during competitions were better than most of us 21st Century shooters can muster with a high powered scope, custom barrels and meticulous reloads.
..800, 900,1,000 yards, with open sights. Long range shooters at Creedmoor were the real deal.
Join us for the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, Rendezvous, April, 12-14, in Boise, at the Boise Center.
For long range shooters and mainstream outdoor media readers, the word Creedmoor conjures up a lot of emotion, excitement and debate. Mostly, it is the attributes of a new Wildcat round (old timer term used to describe a “hot” new caliber being developed.). Typically development is outside of the Big Three major firearm/cartridge manufacturers, in a given era.
It is warm. I notice the mornings are way above freezing and the mid-day temperatures nearly 70 degrees.
Where is our normally crappy, rainy, and some first-season late-October, elk rifle-snow that makes this time of year magic?! This feels like it should be September, archery season, but it was cold with snow.
The BinoBro and BinoBro-ProHunter share the same universal, low profile, one-size fits most harness in the Binocular protection market.
Most users prefer the standard way of utilizing the O.E.M. neck strap lengthened slightly to not bear weight, and utilize the neck strap inconjunction with the harness--as sold.
The end finally came. Like any good movie or a book you just can't put down. The end was inevitable. Early mornings and late nights were the norm. So many bulls screaming at one another in the fading light each day...