Flash In The Pan
Steve and friends are plagued by troubles during Pennsylvania's flintlock muzzleloader deer season.
It’s warm but breathable, and it’s very quiet. A versatile do-it-all hunting jacket.
Made with high-quality, durable Cordura, the FHF Gear Bino Harness is designed to be quiet, lightweight, low profile, modular, and easily operated with one hand.
This minimalist style chest rig is compact and designed to be worn high on your chest keeping it easily accessible and extremely versatile.
The first belt-mounted pouch is specifically designed to hold your RINO radio.
In a pinch, immediate access to essentials can be the difference between punching a tag or not.
Added visibility and extra storage makes the Blaze Panel from FHF the perfect addition for rifle season.
Designed to keep your phone at the ready for navigation, photos, or communication.
This awesome piece of gear comes in two sizes that will accommodate nearly any rangefinder and perfectly attach to your FHF Bino Harness.
Custom designed coiled gear lanyard made specifically for rangefinders, GPS units, and other essential outdoor equipment.
Designed to easily slip over any existing FHF harness.
We rarely do hunts in the mountains without wearing gaiters.
Waterproof shell pants with full-length zips are a must for mountain hunts.
A great shell for unpredictable mountain weather.
Exceptional dexterity and a fleece interior to maintain optimal warmth in cooler temperatures.
A lightweight packable insulating later, as outer layer during milder temps, and comfy for around camp.
800 Fill 37.5 Active Down
A versatile grid-fleece mid-layer for any hunt.
These have become one of Steve’s favorite hunting pants. They’re comfortable and tough and stand up to hard backcountry use.
These pants are comfortable, with plenty of stretch and breathability, but stand up to tough hunting and wet brush.
The Ultra High Definition optical design features an improved optical prescription and unparalleled image resolution. Whether you need to pick apart a densely packed hillside or observe the finest details at insanely close distances, the Razor UHD can do it all!
The angle compensated laser rangefinder features four targeting modes (Normal Mode, First Mode, Last Mode and Extended Laser Range Mode) for any ranging environment. The primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) range mode provides key angle compensated range information required by the vast majority of shooters in a simple, quick to read display. The Razor HD 4000 also has a LOS (Line of Sight) range mode and scan feature.
Features western-cut rubber bottoms with riding heels, removable heavy duty felt liners for warmth, and a steel shank for protection and arch support.
We have improved our best selling small capacity pack by adding an integrated differential cut spotting scope pocket. This pack is the ideal minimalist multi-day pack that is the perfect combination of capability and versatility.
The massive barrel has a blade front sight and a dovetail slot to equip it with the rear sight. The Ghost ring aperture sight is mounted to the tang, enabling quick and dynamic sighting, such as you can have with a modern gun. The American walnut stock features a microcell thick butt plate to absorb the recoil, while the ramrod is made of flexible and resistant fiber glass. Featuring double set triggers, the rifle has a front sling swivel fitted to the lower rib and a slotted stud in the stock. Percussion versions.
Ep. 258: The Chit and the Poof
Steven Rinella talks with Rick Hutton, Rick Smith, Dirt Myth, Loren Moulton, and Seth Morris. Topics discussed: Steve’s fake teeth woes; Dirt’s incredibly dirty hat; when Steve’s brother ate a lightbulb; the ban on Sunday Hunting; how Seth and Rick had to identify 50 trees just by looking at little twigs; Rick’s dad as the first American to get a deep brain stimulator implanted through his left shoulder so he could still shoot a gun right handed...
A Brief History of Flintlock Hunting in America
Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and…flintlock rifles? It’s hard to deny the ironic status of the flintlock rifle in American culture. Many Europeans came to the New World chasing the promise of inexhaustible game, and even though that promise proved less-than-realistic, their efforts cemented the flintlock as a permanent feature of American life. Daniel Boone, for example, used “Old Tick Licker” around Kentucky and the Cumberland Gap. Natty Bumppo...