At what point did sportsmen forget how to hunt ? .
When did technology and laziness take over for tracking and skill ?. The skill to read the bush , look for tracks and then find a way to close the distance between the hunter and hunted . This might sound a little harsh but i firmly believe that if you cannot get within 100-150 yrds of your quarry then you are not much of a hunter . Granted there will be times when you wont have much of a choice but to take a longer shot , however the farther the bullet has to travel the more kinetic energy it loses , and the more energy it loses the less of a chance for a clean kill .
And no hunter in their right mind wants to chase an animal through the bush untill it bleeds out .
Any succesful hunt is due to planning
taking into consideration… climate , terrain , transportation , animal population , predators and last but not least , proper equipment and the knowledge to use it .
An old saying goes ; If you fail to plan then you plan to fail .
Browning Arms Company
Browning Arms Company is a maker of firearms, bows and fishing gear. Founded in Utah in 1927, it offers a wide variety of firearms, including shotguns, rifles, pistols, and rimfire firearms and sport bows, as well as fishing rods and reels.
The company was founded to market the sporting (non-military) designs of John Browning, one of the world’s most prolific firearms inventors. Nearly all of John Browning’s designs have been manufactured by other companies, including Winchester, Colt, Remington, Fabrique Nationale de Herstal of Belgium, and Miroku. Browning is currently a fully owned subsidiary of Fabrique Nationale de Herstal.
Browning Arms Company is best known for the Browning BPS shotgun, the A-Bolt rifle, X-Bolt rifle, the Auto-5 semi-automatic shotgun, the BAR semi-automatic rifle, and the Hi-Power 9mm pistol. Browning also manufactures a set of trap shotguns in the Cynergy series.
Browning sells a wide variety of non-firearms outdoors products, such as gun safes, knives, shooting accessories and clothing.