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Team DHC Articles
During almost thirty years as a professional taxidermist, I mounted hundreds of trophy animals for hunters who were either very skilled, or just plain lucky, or both. One thing that most of them had in common, regardless of how they got their trophy, was a failure to plan...
Black Powder Firearm Cleaning
The cleaning of black powder firearms has evolved much like the guns themselves have. When true black powder is used the general cleaning system is to heat up some water add a little soap, swab the barrel and scrub the parts until everything was clean.
Whitetail Management 101 – Part 1
The first question I ask a prospective landowner or lease manager is what they realistically expect from deer management. About 95% of the time, I then explain why they should not hire me. The reason being, no deer biologist can possibly meet those expectations.