Chapman, Jim
June 2012
Predator Xtreme;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p76
The article shares the author's experience with the hunting operation of Lone Star Varmint Hunts in Abilene, Texas. Before he came to Abilene, Lone Star owner and operator Don Steele explained to him his operation, methods and what he may expect during the hunt. He decided to use Steele's gear for the first hunt, thus he did not need to sight in before hitting the field. Lone Star offers night hunting with night-vision scopes mounted on AR-15s.


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