Archery Targets

Archery Targets: Hit and Miss Archery products are constantly improving and advancing thanks to the speed and arrow penetration that today‚Äôs bows produce. The outdoor market provides numerous archery targets to accommodate longbow, crossbow, and compound bow needs. Shopping for an archery target can be time consuming due to the variety of 3D, block, and […]

Read More » | February 15, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Bowhunting, Safety Tips | Comments: none

The Importance of a Good Safety Harness

For many years when I hunted, I would limit myself to hunting on the ground only. I hunted out of box blinds and ground blinds. I would never consider the option of climbing due to an extreme fear of heights. When my love of bow hunting began to grow I realized I was really cutting […]

Read More » | February 11, 2014 | Category: Allison's Corner, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Taking Inventory

One of my favorite things to do leading up to, throughout, and after deer season is to take inventory on our trail cams. We have 200 acres that we hunt on and have about 8 trail cams that we check often. Believe me, I wish we had more as we always seem to find somewhere […]

Read More » | January 12, 2014 | Category: Andrea's Corner, Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Know Your Gear

Whether you hunt with a bow, rifle, muzzle loader, crossbow, or shotgun, it is important to know your gear. When I first started rifle hunting I started by getting familiar with handling, loading and shooting the rifle I knew I would be hunting with. Safety is the most important thing in hunting and being comfortable with your […]

Read More » | January 10, 2014 | Category: Andrea's Corner, Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Broad Head Safety

Just as the saying goes, a dull knife is a dangerous knife; the same applies to broad heads. Keeping your broad heads sharp is important for clean, ethical kills on animals and reduced drag in flight. However, a sharp (or dull) broad head is the most common cause of injuries to bow hunters. Most of […]

Read More » | August 15, 2013 | Category: Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: 1

Arrow Safety

Bow hunting is an extremely fun adventure but can become problematic if safety is the last thing on your mind. There is a lot to remember when it comes to bow hunting but practicing good safety should never be forgotten and is something that should be practiced enough so it becomes second nature. One of […]

Read More » | July 3, 2013 | Category: Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: 1

ATV Safety

This is my version of common sense pertaining to All Terrain Vehicle use on the ranch. We all know that we should be using helmets while using these vehicles but lets be honest a lot of people do not. When hunting and using ATV for ranch work people don’t always wear them. I would suggest […]

Read More » | May 4, 2013 | Category: Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Read More » | November 9, 2012 | Category: Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Jody’s Safety Tip: Proper Shot Placement

Proper shot placement is essential to effectively and humanely harvesting an animal. Be sure your shot is clear from any obstruction that may affect the trajectory of your arrow – branches, tree limbs, plants, fence posts, can all ricochet your shot and put you in danger. Additionally, a good harvest is one that clears the […]

Read More » | October 31, 2012 | Category: Blog, Safety Tips | Comments: 3