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No Distance Too Great

We started laying down the miles, crossing a few canyons and eventually running into a good size river. We had crossed this a few times during that spring and summer but with snow on the ground it’s a bit more of a mental challenge. At the crossing we told Earl, "Take off your shoes, socks and pants and we're crossing this in our underwear!" I’m not sure if he thought we were joking but I’m sure it got real when he saw me strip down and jump in. I thought this crossing might turn him around but around 10 degrees, snow on the ground and ice floating by, he followed right behind us and continued on towards the bull.

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GEAR REVIEW

The Great Debate: Sub .30 cal vs. .30 cal

Oh boy, this topic has raged in hunting circles for as long as I can remember, and probably since the dawn of the first metallic cartridge some 170 years ago. In the United States the first .30 caliber (.308 bullet diameter) metallic rifle was introduced in 1892 (the Springfield 1892 bolt-action rifle) and with it the love affair with the .30 cal. in the United States began. In that same year, across the pond, the 7x57 Mauser (.284 bullet diameter) was introduced and with it a similar love affair with the 7MM in Europe. So as you can see, the stage is set for an ageless debate.

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