I have been an NRA certified rifle, pistol, and shotgun instructor for over 15 years. I was on the Temple University archery team, and was a pistol team captain at a gun club in Pennsylvania for 5 years. I have built muzzle loader handguns and rifles. I have used all of these weapons for hunting. I hunt North American big game, small game, and waterfowl. I can answer questions on hunting safety, getting started as a hunter, equipment and techniques for various types of hunting.
NC certified CCW instructor (concealed carry of weapons). Endowment member of the NRA, Life member of: NC rifle & pistol assoc., National Trapper's Association, and Grass Roots NC.
Like to be outdoors, and to help others learn about hunting and shooting safely.
I would like to help others get started in hunting and to discover new areas of enjoyment in hunting and shooting sports. Sorry, I'm not very good at remembering names and model numbers of various equipment.
My favorite magazine is Fur, Fish, Game.
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