Sid McDaniel finds himself smack dab in the middle of a growing political scandal, with political opponents of a sitting president scrambling to cover his tracks and find a suitable patsy. Many of the themes will be hauntingly familiar to those who follow current-day politics.
In the adventurous world of hunting, there are many great stories and books to make us all gasp, laugh, cry and more. If, as a hunter, you are a reader, odds are your life has been influenced by some of them. If you haven’t yet read enough of them, find them, read them, then pass them on to an aspiring hunter.
Hosted on GunBroker.com, the auction is open to the public through Mar. 21, and features a wide selection of high-quality and collectible firearms, books, art, knives and more.
This practical survival guide includes far-from-PC-topics such as "how to carry while keeping a ready mindset" in a chapter titled “Be a Man of Action in the Workplace.”
Regardless of your skill level, if you enjoy tinkering with your firearms, this “gun guy’s guide to making good guns even better” is one of the best reference resources available. Pick up a copy and try your hand at one of the most fun yet educational aspects of firearm ownership.
Updated for 2019, the 23rd edition of "Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States" is a quick-reference guide that covers everything from transporting a firearm in a vehicle and concealed carry reciprocity to where and how a gun can be carried for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as detailed information for travel to Canada and Mexico.
Ernest Hemingway’s “Green Hills of Africa” is classic hunting literature. And while its pages have led many to follow the path of the hunter, the actual route of the safari Hemingway used as the basis for his story has, until now, remained elusive.