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We work extremely hard to get your order processed within 3 business days. On average, most orders will be completed and arrive to you within 7-14 business days depending upon your location.
Vehicle vinyl wraps have become a hot commodity in recent years for everything from boats, ATV’s personal vehicles, and commercial vehicles. No wonder that they are also becoming increasingly popular among hunters looking to both camouflage and protect their vehicle from outside elements.
We spoke with 201Wrap, vehicle wrap experts in Jacksonville, Florida about the durability of a vehicle wrap in the great outdoors and if camouflage vehicle wraps are indeed as popular as they seem. Vehicle wrap technician Nick, explains that vehicle wraps are a great way to add a layer of protection to your original paint coat as well as to help camouflage your vehicle while in the “field”. Also, vehicle wraps offer such benefits as
- UV Protection
- Cost Is Lower Than Traditional Paint
- 100% Removable If Applied Right
- Helps Hold Resale Value Of Vehicle
- Original Paint Is Unharmed
These are just some of the benefits of a vehicle wrap but because they come with such versatility and are customizable any individual can set their vehicle apart from the rest just by adding little things here and there. When looking to help camouflage their vehicle most people tend to look to a full vehicle wrap. But you also do have the option to just have a partial wrap done as well. Nick does add that for ultimate protection of your vehicle and its wrap a paint protection film or ceramic coating is also suggested in conjunction with your vehicle wrap. It is also extremely important that you seek the services, skillset & knowledge of a professional vehicle wrap artist. You get what you pay for and often when a wrap is not done right it can either ruin the vehicle, void the warranty, or cost even more money to remove and have fixed.
Should you be looking for a vehicle wrap fro your hunting vehicle and would like to customize your wrap with specific graphics etc, reputable & trustworthy professional vehicle wrap companies often offer the services of an in house graphic design artist to help you to achieve the vision you have in mind for your wrap. Set your hunting vehicle apart from the rest while also blending into your surroundings! It doesn’t make sense but it’s true!
When it comes to hunting bows, having the wrong one can create many complications. If your draw weight is too great you may not be able to create a smooth, steady & stealthy bow draw. Or if your bow doesn’t fit correctly you most definitely will have difficulty aiming. As with a bow that is too heavy or not compact enough it can become a real problem when hunting and even create bad shooting habits.
It is important to keep in mind that beginner bow hunters can come into the sport with all different skill levels. Some have fire aim skills from years of hunting with guns. Others have no skill set at all. With bow hunting you are an intricate part of the weapon and thus must feel as comfortable and confident as possible when aiming and shooting your game.
Check out our tips on how to pick the perfect compact bow for you.
Eyes- the first step is to determine your dominant eye. In doing so you will save a lot of frustration when trying to aim and you will make for a better & more accurate shooter. To determine your dominant eye have both eyes open and extend your arm to something across the room about 10ft away. Point your index finger at the object and close your left eye. If your finger is still pointing directly at the object then you are right eye dominant. Do the same with your right eye just to be sure.
Draw Length- You can always make a trip to your local hunting store to have your draw measured or you can do it at home with a tape measure.
Anchor Point- This is the point on your face where your draw hand comes to rest when at full draw. Most anchor points tend to be close to the corner of your mouth. But again it all depends on the shooter. Finding your anchor point when shopping for your bow will help to ensure better shooting habits and more accurate shots.
Draw Weight- This is the measure of the max weight before you bring your bow to a full draw. Most modern compound bows have a let-off between about 65-80%.
All of the above are factors to consider when deciding on the type of bow that is best for you. It is extremely important to keep in mind that while it is great to have someone guide you and help you in choosing the right bow, it is also about shooter preference. You need to make sure that you feel comfortable with your bow and that you will get accustomed to shooting it while maintaining good shooting habits.
When it comes to hunting dogs the breed you choose should have a lot to do with the kind of game you hunt. Whether you may be taking into consideration a dog that is both great for hunting & your family or other specific needs, we have all the info on the type of dog that works best for certain hunting needs. When it comes to hunting dogs there are basically two types of breeds, Gun Dogs or Scent Hounds. Again, the type of breed that will be most beneficial to you depends on what you are hunting.
Also known as Bird Dogs, they are great for flushing out birds & other small animals. Some will even retrieve your catch after it has been killed. Bird bogs that are great for hunting include:
Labrador Retriever: These dogs are great for duck hunting and are bred for marking, retrieving & delivering. They adapt to the cold waters and are one step ahead of many of the other retriever breeds when it comes to intelligence. They also tend to mature faster & understand training at a younger age.
English Springer Spaniel: an ideal bird dog breed, these dogs also make great family pets. They are compact when it comes to size, making them able to slip into smaller spaces when hunting fowl.
This breed is basically considered the top rank sniffer when it comes to dogs. They not only can locate prey, but some also will chase and corner prey until his master arrives. One thing to remember is any dog can only be as good as his owner. All hunting dogs & animals, in general, need love, affection, bonding & training.
Beagles- these dogs make great scent hounds because of their powerful sniffing abilities & because they are known as one of the best scent hounds when it comes to hunting.
American Foxhound- these dogs track deer & foxes and have a lot of determination & energy. They also have solid running skills and fierce loyalty to their owners making them great family dogs and great hunting dogs all in one.
While there are many breeds to choose from when deciding on the type of hunting dog that is right for you these are our top picks. All dogs whether trained for hunting or not should be met with love, loyalty, and good care.
Prepping and making sure your hunting vehicle is ready for the season is one of the most important tasks when it comes to getting ready to hunt. Because of the often rough terrain that hunters endure getting to their favorite hunting spots and the conditions such as water crossings, mud, dirt, and other outdoor related elements that your vehicle is exposed to it is beyond important for your health and safety as well as your vehicles to keep it as maintained as possible.
Whether you choose to DIY or seek an experienced mechanic it is important to have your vehicle serviced and while doing so make sure that an inspection is done of the following:
Tires- Your tires are one of if not the most important thing to inspect on your vehicle. Having a spare, lug wrench and a jack in your vehicle at all times is also suggested. Should you be planning on doing some serious off-roading or traveling on rough terrain it is advised that you utilize off-road tires.
Fluids & Filters- Checking and maintaining your vehicle’s fluid levels is essential to the overall engine health of your hunting vehicle. It is also suggested that you have your entire cooling system flushed, drained and refilled at least once per year. The same goes for filters. Making sure your oil and air filters are clean can help save a lot of unneeded engine repairs if left untouched for too long.
Oil Change- Just like with any vehicle it is important to have regular oil and filter changes. Clean oil can do wonders for your engine and increase the overall life span of your vehicle if coupled with other maintenance procedures.
Brakes- Makes sure to remove dirt and mud that can often accumulate around brakes. If left it can get in between the rotors and brake pads and cause major damage. This would not be a good thing should you be stuck out in the wild or on rugged terrain.
It is also a good idea to inspect your vehicle’s battery as well as have tools such as jumper cables, tow strap, and rope, flashlights, extra blankets, flares and fire extinguishers present in the vehicle. Also, keep in mind that while hunting vehicles are meant to get dirty you want to try to protect the interior of your vehicle as much as possible. Having vehicle recommended or heavy-duty floor mats and seat covers can also make a huge difference.
And hey now that your hunting vehicle is ready the only thing standing between you and the great outdoors is the start of the season! Happy Hunting as they say!
After buying trail cameras, most people have a tonne of doubts as to how to use them, what to avoid and how to go about with it all! The helplines of the trail camera dealers keep buzzing with queries throughout the day – and these queries of course come in from the completely unaware crowd. Here’s a list of myths – things you should take care of to not do with your Trail Camera. Read on:
- Alkaline Batteries are best for Trail Cameras:
Well, no. In emergency situations if you use alkaline batteries, it’s just fine, but not otherwise. These alkaline batteries seem to be a cheap way out – with them being inexpensive and pretty longlasting, they aren’t a good match for Trail Cameras. In fact, these batteries are responsible to cause defects in the trail cameras, affecting te resulting picture quality.
- You need to be an expert to set up and operate a trail camera:
No people, it doesn’t reuqiree a lot of intelligence or effort to setup a trail camera. A trail camera is made in such a way that it can be setup easily, in a couple of minutes. You can easily follow the instructions leaflet and set up your camera like a pro without anyone else’s help!
- Higher the megapixels, better the quality of the photos:
You’re mistaeken there, mate! This rule is not applicable to Trail cameras. In fact, the size of your image sensor is responsible for the picture quality of the photos you capture through this camera. So instead of splurging for a camera with a high number of pixels, it’s best you settle for a reliable and reasonable camera which fits well in your budget.
- Alkaline Batteries are best for Trail Cameras:
- The highest memory card storage works best for your trail camera:
A 32 GB memory card is best for your trail camera. Pushing a higher capacity memeory card in your trail camera won’t make sense because the device should be able to support it too. A normal trail camera will function perfectly with a 32 GB memory card.
- All cellular trail cameras are the same:
This is not true. Every cellular trail camera comes with different features. All cellular trail cameras come with different subscriptions too. So yes, you got to be on a watch as to what you are purchasing, how it functions and at what cost too.
Just be careful and not fall prey to the myths for the trail cameras – use them well and you’re sure to have the best pics!
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