Shot placement is the bottom line for a deer hunter. If you want to a deer to go down (and stay down), it’s all about the right shot placement. The “Sweet Spot” The “sweet spot” on a deer is a flexible concept, depending on variables such as distance, angle, deer behavior, and gun position. However, the traditional kill zone is the hunter’s best bet for shot placement. This zone is behind the heart and lungs, in the shoulder...Learn More!
One of the first steps in being prepared for any hunt is wearing the proper gear, according to outdoor conditions. Wearing the right clothing will not only make you more comfortable, but it will allow you to focus on bringing home that trophy you’ve been dreaming about. Find out what you should wear on cold weather hunts, especially when unanticipated weather arrives. Body Layers Start out with a moisture wicking base...Learn More!
Come check out our newly remodeled firearm store. We have a huge range of guns and accessories to choose from at a price you can’t beat. You will notice the difference at TMP right away. Our firearms are on display directly on the showroom floor for you to pick up and inspect for yourself without having to wait. TMP’s expert staff is the best in the area, and can answer any question you have about any...Learn More!
Preparation Is Key When it comes to whitetail hunting, preparation is key. And one of the best ways you can prepare is by using a trail camera. However, in order to see the effectiveness of a trail camera, you must use it properly. Take home a trophy of a lifetime with these trail camera tips. Trail Camera Tips One of the biggest mistakes you can make when using a trail camera is to not set it up close enough to the desired...Learn More!
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