December 2017
Outdoor Life;Dec2017/Jan2018, Vol. 225 Issue 1, p26
The article provides suggestions for mentally preparing oneself before hunting and avoid mistakes which are usually performed by hunters. Topics discussed include recommendation for using simple for hunting equipment; need for eating properly before hunting as it helps in boosting mental energy strong and keeping muscles hydrated; and suggestion for taking enough sleep. Other topics include focusing on strategies for firearms handling; and need for developing safety habits.


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