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        Suppressor Laws and Practices 2021

        Suppressor Laws and Practices 2021

        On January 4, 2021, on the 117th Congress’ second day, Representative Jeff Duncan (R-SC) reintroduced the Hearing Protection Act. This is his fourth attempt at pushing this bill forward.

        The Hearing Protection Act would make firearm suppressors (silencers) exempt from the 1934 National Firearms Act (NFA.)

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        Hog Hunting Calibers

        Hog Hunting Calibers
        Wild hog hunting is a multi-million-dollar industry. It is estimated that $10.5 million a year is spent a year alone on Texas hog meat, firearms and accessories – and ammo manufacturers are capitalizing on that. The more specialized gear we have available to shoot hogs easier and more humanely, the better for all of us!

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        How to Hunt 24 Hours With Digital Night Vision

        How to Hunt 24 Hours With Digital Night Vision
        Many people wish they had more time to hunt. Perhaps they work late into the evening and their traditional night vision scopes are useless for bright morning hunts. Maybe they sleep until 3 p.m. and their glass scope is inadequate for hunting in low-light, dusky conditions.

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        7 Reasons Why You Should Buy a Handheld Thermal Monocular

        7 Reasons Why You Should Buy a Handheld Thermal Monocular

        This article was originally published on Pro Staff member Clint Patterson’s website and WeHuntSC.com.

        A thermal monocular offers several benefits, some of which you may not have initially considered. After having used a thermal monocular for over two years, I’d like to share some of the ways I use this recent technology to get an edge up in the field and beyond, and some ways you may not have thought about using a thermal monocular before.

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