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Hunters Must Heed Gun Safety Guidelines

There are many reasons that a hunter would get seriously injured, but the leading cause is improper gun handling. Unfortunately, too many people ignore vital safety precautions when hunting and do not take good care of their weapon. Gun related injuries or fatalities are becoming all too common in the world of hunting and many people do not seem too concerned about the fatal realities of these incidents. The logical hunter, however, takes careful note of all of the safety precautions involving his or her weapon and learns the basics of gun safety. One of the first fundamental laws of hunting safety is to always treat the gun as if it is loaded. This is a universal guideline for gun safety as it does not refer to any actual type of gun. In terms of having a gun in general, one should never assume that it is unloaded. One should never be flippant with a gun or wave it around, point it at others or work carelessly with it. There is always the off chance that something could occur as a result of any gun powder r...

 


Trek the Incan Trails - Machu Picchu and More

The Inca Trail is undoubtedly Peru's most popular trekking route. Recommended for the physically fit only, it runs for more than 40km and reaches 4,200 miles above sea level at its highest point, the Warmiwauska or Dead Woman's Pass. The stone-paved trail, discovered in 1960 and part of the more than 23,000 km of roads built by the Incas across South America, crosses a remarkable range of natural landscapes and eco-systems, from thick tropical jungle to the bare, unwelcoming rocks of the Andean mountains. All in all it's probably the most beautiful walk in South America. The Trail takes three to four days of tough hiking, and can be commenced at Chillca (Kilometer 76 of the Cusco-Machu Picchu railway) or, most frequently, at Qorihuayrachina (Kilometer 88 of the railway). The first day is relatively easy, and includes stretches along the route the Inca ruins of Cusichaca, Q'ente, Pulpituyoc, and Llaqtapata, a site used for crop production which has remained well preserved. The second day is the hardest o...

 


Essential Deer Skinning Tips

While it may not be the most exciting job in the world, skinning a deer is important when returning from a hunt or when still actually on the hunt. If you have taken down the deer, elk, antelope or goat of your dreams in a glorious hunting adventure, you will need to know how to skin the deer and how to get the most out of your kill. If you are just learning about hunting, this information will also be incredible handy for that remarkable day on which you will finally be able to skin a deer. Essentially, the act of skinning a deer is thought of to be quite simple. The basic fundamental guideline behind it is to follow the built-in guidelines of the body of the deer and work from that standpoint. The skin and muscle tissues of the deer are naturally separate from one another because of the protective membranes, making the process of skinning a lot more like following a built-in blueprint than like trying to lift a rug in the dark. The skin should easily peel from the meat because of these membranes, creating ...

 




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