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"Free" Is one of the most powerful words in advertising and in life."

"Free" Is one of the most powerful words in advertising and in life."

Is there any wonder why all animals yearn to be "free?" 

You can put a lion in a cage for weeks- but the minute you open it, he'll try to eat you- then go on his way. 

A bird, rehabilitated of a broken wing, wants nothing more than to fly- and will do so the first chance it gets. 

Every human is born with the capacity and desire to be FREE.

This week, we celebrate the day that it was made possible for all of them to be so. 

Though you would never know it by the actions of many of our duly elected Continue reading....

What we have in common with Elmer Fudd

What we have in common with Elmer Fudd

Here at The Best Shooting Site, we work diligently to find excellent companies with excellent products at a good and fair price for a discerning customer.
Sometimes, that means we are calling Europe at 4 AM our time. Other times, China. Sometimes, it is meant meeting with potential product producers in the US while traveling cross-country on other business… All the while searching for great quality, value, and, in some cases, uniqueness.  

On the pages of The Best Shooting Site, you will find some of the finest holsters made,  Continue reading....

Hunter Reportedly Mistakes $15,000 Horse for Deer, Shoots it Dead - Wide Open Spaces

Hunter Reportedly Mistakes $15,000 Horse for Deer, Shoots it Dead - Wide Open Spaces

I just talked to someone in North Dakota about a new hunting opportunity. 

Eventually, conversation came around to the proliferation of leases in a state that, for 100 years, was completely ANTI “lease” or “trespass fee.” 

This native ND-an then let me know all of the things that had happened on their family’s two farms.  Continue Reading....

2nd Amendment Rights

Modern debates about the Second Amendment have focused on whether it protects a private right of individuals to keep and bear arms, or a right that can be exercised only through militia organizations like the National Guard. This question, however, was not even raised until long after the Bill of Rights was adopted.