Thursday, June 28, 2018



Daisy® teamed up with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to offer the official BSA edition airgun. The Daisy Boy Scouts of America Air Rifle works with either BBs or .177 pellets, using single pump power to propel projectiles up to 350 fps. The BB reservoir holds up to 50 BBs, or pellets can be loaded one at a time. The rear sight is adjustable of elevation. The Daisy BSA air rifle is constructed with a steel barrel and a synthetic stock. The buttstock has the official BSA logo. A cross-bolt safety prevents the gun from firing when engaged.
Manufacturer model #: BSAK1910-603.
  • Official BSA edition
  • Shoots both BBs and pellets
  • Single pump power
  • 350 fps velocity
  • 50-round BB reservoir
  • Synthetic stock
  • Steel barrel
  • YOU HAVE TO HAVE THIS ONE!
  • FOR FURTHER INFO GO TO  WWW.DAISY.COM

Thursday, May 3, 2018

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LITTLE 8 YEAR OLD LUCAS BROWN CATCHES 19 INCH HUDSON RIVER STRIPER

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

TWO TOMS OPENING DAY SPRING HUNT 2018

TWO TOMS TAKEN IN SARATOGA COUNTY BY MIKE GALCIK(L) & ED NOONAN (R)
TWO THROPHY TOMS 2018


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

HENRY REPEATING ARMS

HENRY REPEATING ARMS



our introduction to shotgunning could have been taught by Dad, or maybe Grandpa, by taking you out in the forest or field and patiently explaining how to shoulder it, how to lean into the gun, how to use that bead, and how to lead on a bird or rabbit. Later on, you may have graduated to something more expensive, but the memories will never be outgrown. Far too often overshadowed by the speed of a modern repeater, the truth that many already know is that a good single-shot shotgun today can still bring home fur and feathers every bit as well as it ever did, and we’ve done much better than merely “good” with ours.
Sharing the same action as our single-shot rifle, our new break-top shotgun in .410, 20, and 12 gauge brass or steel options feature the same rebounding external hammer and dual-direction pivoting locking lever setup that blocks hammer contact with the firing pin unless the trigger’s pulled, and the same interlock system prevents opening the action with the hammer cocked, or closing it with the hammer cocked, as additional safety measures.
Like the rifle, there’s no manual safety on these shotguns, and they wear American walnut with a solid black rubber recoil pad on the steel-framed guns, and a smooth brass buttplate on the brightly polished brass-framed models. Barrels on both are black matte finished, with the steel shotguns using a pistol-grip stock wrist and the brass guns carrying a straight English-style wrist. Unlike the rifle, though, shells are fully ejected on opening the action for a quick follow-up shot if needed, not just partially extracted. Brass beads are standard, barrel lengths are 28” in the 12 and 26” in the other two for good reach in the field, with a 14” length of pull on all three. We’ve done our best to keep weights down for field carry, and one thing we want to emphasize is that these shotguns are not intended to be budget entries-our standards are high and you can count on them for the long run.
We know as well as you do, that one choke does not fit all hunters; all three gauges have removable chokes so you can adapt your shotguns choke and thus alter its pattern and range so your shotgun can be used effectively in a wide variety of hunting and/or shooting situations. The 12 and 20 gauge in both brass and steel ship with a Modified Choke using Rem-Choke style threads which delivers a versatile shooting pattern for shooting at 25-45 yards, ideal for squirrels, rabbits, pigeons, doves, partridges, grouse, pheasant and wild flushing quail at medium range. The .410 comes with a Full Choke with Invector style threads, giving it the most effective pattern for small game and trap.
Whether you like the simple operation, the reliable action, the nostalgia factor of hunting with a one-shot shotgun, or the uncomplicated first-gun introduction for a new shotgunner, we’ve built these for a wide audience. They’ll put on a show you’ll enjoy for years to come.
Steel Single Shot Shotgun .410 Bore»
Model Number
H015-410
Action Type
Single Shot
Caliber
.410 Bore
Chamber Size
3"
Brass Single Shot Shotgun Brass .410 Bore»
Model Number
H015B-410
Action Type
Single Shot
Caliber
.410 Bore
Chamber Size
3"
Capacity
1 Round
M.S.R. Price
$576.00
GO TO WWW.HENRYUSA.COM



SOLID AIM SHOOTING STICK

SOLID AIM SHOOTING STICK



Solid Aim is the solution — its compact size lends itself to be brought afield, rather then left at home. It comes down to the best shooting stick, is the one you bring with you. The Solid Aim Shooting stick adjusts from 8 inch up to over 60 inches. Use Use it standing, sitting, lying or kneeling. You can use it on rifles, shotguns, bow and crossbows. This is definitely the way to steady you shots. 
GO TO  WWW.SOLIDAIM.COM 

Saturday, March 24, 2018

10 for 10 WITH BILL HENRY

I was, as always, quite anxious about my Florida Osceola turkey hunt with my friend/guide Bill Henry last Wednesday. For several days the nasty weather here in Flagler Beach and our hunting area in New Smyrna Beach was continuous pouring rain, thunder and lightning and high winds. But on this past Wednesday – there was no rain and very little wind which is what we needed to get the turkeys eager to move again.

At 5:15 a.m. I was at Bill’s house and off we went in his truck. “We are going to a different spot I have found where I have seen a lot of turkey and some very nice toms.” That’s all I needed to hear to get my adrenaline going. It was still dark when we made our way through some heavy cover to the edge of a field. Here Bill had put up a blind about 10 yards off of the field. To the right was some heavy brush and trees. Bill said he believed the turkeys were roosting to our right somewhere down the wood line.

He was right, because on his second and third owl hoot he got a gobbling response. They were away off but continued to response to his calls. When the sun began to peek through the trees Bill changed to a box call and then the fun began. They were answering, and on the move – GETTING CLOSER. Now despite all the years I have been doing this when a gobbling tom’s calls gets closer and closer; especially when you cannot see it yet, I get very excited. And, I was.

I was ready and all 3 toms came into view just where Bill said they would. I did not have to wait long for a clear shot, put the red dot on him and squeezed the trigger. He went right down. We watched the other two toms walk around for a few minutes and then ran off across the field. It was only 7:15 a.m; and I was done. This was my 10 th turkey with Bill in 10 years. Thanks Bill – see you in March in 2019. If you are thinking about getting you National Wild Turkey Federation you need an Florida Osceola.