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Four Tools for Escape

Four Tools for Escape

Tip Courtesy of Nationwide

In the event of an accident, these products will help you escape from your car or truck as quickly as possible, even if it is submerged in a body of water:

ResQMe ($12.95) is a convenient keychain rescue tool that fits in the palm of your hand and can cut through seatbelts and break glass.

LifeHammer ($19.95) does the same but is larger (6.75 inches) and can be mounted to the inside of your car for easy reach.

From Benchmade, the ERT-1 (MSRP $40) can also cut seatbelts and break glass but also provides LED light with the click of a button.

The 4-in-1 SafetyStick Emergency Tool & Flashlight ($19.95) has a flashlight, seatbelt cutter and steel-pointed glass-break hammer, and also includes flashing red LED strobes to alert oncoming motorists of emergency situations, plus a magnet for attaching to a metal vehicle part.

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Sit Down Practice
Do you practice shooting your bow from a seated position? Most bowhunters don't, and most bowhunters will get caught flat-footed, or maybe we should say flat-bottomed, at some time during the season. How a 200-plus pound whitetail can appear in bo...
 

Getting It Right!
Ground blinds are becoming increasingly popular with bowhunters for many reasons. You can use a ground blind in locations devoid of climbable trees, they tend to hold in scent and they keep out the elements, just to name a few advantages.
 

It is HOT out here!
Early season bowhunting in most any state, especially the South can be HOT. Hot in terms of good deer movement and the temperatures. Sometimes it’s impossible to get to your stand without working up a pretty good sweat.
 

Close your eyes for a better shot
Shooting well consistently with a compound bow depends largely on muscle memory. The more you think about a shot, the more likely you are to mess something up.
 

Better Safe Than Sorry
If you shoot a compound bow much, you know how quickly a poorly maintained bow string dries out and frays. Now imagine if your compound string slid across a hard surface every time you shot. You'd have to replace your string about once a week if th...
 

Close your eyes for a better shot
Shooting well consistently with a compound bow depends largely on muscle memory. The more you think about a shot, the more likely you are to mess something up.
 

Stop the Wind
Hunting clothing has come a long way over the years, as has our awareness about how to dress for different conditions. Regardless of how many layers you wear, at some point in your layering you MUST stop the wind in order to stay warm -- and the f...
 

Not all rests are created equal
Then again, neither are bow shooters. Some rests most bows but not all. Some are heavy and some are light. Some adjust, while some are fixed. Some are camo and some black. Some are simple, while others seem like they have a hundred moving parts.
 

Number Your Arrows
No matter if you’re a beginning archer or an old pro, this tip will help when it comes to making your shot count when you head to the woods this fall. Today’s arrows are better than ever, and the manufacturers do a great job of holding to tight st...
 

How important is paper-tuning your bow?
The bottom line about paper tuning is you should do it if its important to you, but don’t sweat it if you don’t have access to a paper tuner. A good pro-shop technician can set up a bow that will be very close to being in tune. If your field poin...
 
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