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I. Love. Hunting! It gives you smiles and can be shared with people you love! However, with hunting comes many dangers. Safety is of the upmost importance. I have recently purchased a new safety harness by Muddy Outdoors. My previous safety harness was from Hunter Safety System. I'm going to tell you the pros and cons of both. These are things I didn't know about the first time I purchased a harness. My HHS (Hunters Safety System) was very functional. It did its job. It had an easy way of snapping into place around your leg and the vest itself had two snaps in...
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Happy Halloween! What a great day for a Treat from our good friends over at HHA Sports. Today they released the Optimizer Lite King Pin Bow Sight. Offering several new features never before seen on a HHA sight. Dial wheel has been moved forward to eliminate any interference with quivers (even though, 90% of quivers work already). Interchangable wheel dials (sight will come with two wheels). Change your tape to suit your arrow weight or when you switch to broadheads. 20 Yard wheel stop (adjustable) for when you need to quick reset back to your 20 yard setting in the dark....
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I want to share an experience I had to hope others can benefit from it. One evening while watering the arena, I noticed a big deer out behind the horse arena at our home. It was after shooting hours so nothing I could do. The next evening, I noticed 3 big deer out behind the arena. Again after shooting hours so nothing I can do. Then I decided to hunt the area, these deer were big from what I could tell. They were coming into what I would call a no typical area. They come out of the woods, have a...
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      HHA Sports – Single Point Sighting Systems Optimizer Lite Ultra DS-5519 What sight is right for you?  There are so many different sights on the market to choose from.  Finding the right one can be challenging.  Over the past few years I have tried several different sights.  3 pins to 5 pins and I always felt like there was something missing.  Admittedly the 5 pin sight was the way to go for me.  Additional yardage markers came in handy to really get dialed in.  Setting each one up was always a task though.  It never seemed like I...
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I received the insoles in December and was super excited to try them out on some cold hunts. The first time I took them out it was 34 degrees. I wore a pair or thermal socks and used the insoles and my feet stayed plenty warm. The next two occasions I used them was in 15 degree or lower temps. I was wearing 400-gram boots and somewhat thin socks as recommended in the instructions. My feet froze. I don't believe these are made for temperatures much below freezing unless you have heavy boots.  The insoles were built well and held up...
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