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RazorMax vs. RazorBlaze

This fall I was able to put Outdoor Edge’s first fixed-blade replaceable-blade knife through the ringer on big game. For years, we have been using the Outdoor Edge replaceable-blade folding knives. You’ve probably also seen the various knives from Outdoor Edge in this replaceable-blade folding knife family in our subscription …

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Another Case Of CWD Found In Wyoming…

In the Oct/Nov issue of Eastmans’ Hunting Journal (EHJ) I provided some background and updates on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and how the disease continues to be aggressively monitored and may be spreading across the West.  In a recent article from the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, they confirm that …

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Someone Stole Your Elk!

The definition of poaching is to illegally hunt or catch (game or fish) on land that is not one’s own or in contravention of official protection. Another definition is to steal a public resource.  Well, someone in Montana stole an elk from all of us and we all need to …

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RazorMax Review

Hunter Brandon Mason shares his experience with the brand new RazorMax by Outdoor Edge. This new knife uses the same replaceable blade technology as to the Razor Lite series, but boasts the added strength of a fixed blade style. It features two blade styles a 3.5 inch and a new …

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A Deer Beating and Property Rights

A friend of mine sent me this article recently and all I could say at the end of it was, “Dang!”  As you all know, poaching is a subject we are passionate about here at Eastmans’. A one word search on our blog for the word ‘poaching’ and a slew …

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Sportsman- What’s in a name?

“What’s in a name?” This popular line from Shakespeare applies to more in life than you might realize. A name or descriptive terminology for something often has much deeper roots than we’ve been taught to believe. Such is the case with the term “Sportsman.” For years I’ve had a problem …

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Lowa Baldo GTX Review

In my ever present search for supportive, yet lightweight footwear I seem to keep stumbling on to amazing boots/shoes that take comfort and support to the next level. In recent years I have definitely gravitated toward ultralight footwear. To say I have adopted the old adage of “a pound on …

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Caribou Recovery – Major Wolf Cull

Ever since I was a university student studying to get my bachelor’s degree in wildlife and fisheries biology, I’ve been amazed at the lack of common sense and on the ground knowledge of some biologists and the general public when it comes to the topic of predator and land management. …

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