Pistol Caliber Shot Loads

May 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Trail Boss Articles

Any outdoors-man who carries a handgun afield routinely should carry a few shot loads for contingencies. Whether you handload your own, or buy them, just get a few. I don’t use very many, maybe a half-dozen a year, but when I get surprised by a rattler in the woodpile or outhouse, they are comforting. Then, there’s always the hope a fat grouse will appear under my tree stand during deer season… Read more

Check your rental car for Snakes!

September 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Trail Boss News

Images-1Jacksonville, Fla. college student Brianna Young was driving a rental car last week when she spotted a 3 1/2 foot snake on the vehicle’s dashboard. “I just hopped out and was like, ‘Oh my God,’ and just stood behind the car.”¬†Enterprise Rent-A-Car summoned a trapper, who removed the red rat snake, a common–and harmless–Florida reptile the number on question is. Did they charge the kid for the day?. News4Jax.