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The Legacy Becomes Me- Part 1

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The stories told of the Mackenzie Mountains are captivating. There is a legacy that lives within them as every time they are told, they pass along the torch of desire from one hunter on to another. Creating a fire within that cannot be ignored. The stories; they take you North. 

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Tips For Correctly Fitting Your Rifle

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In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, join Kristy Titus as she discusses correctly fitting your personal rifle from length of pull, cheek comb height and optic eye relief. Also, showcasing a few of her favorite Ruger rifle platforms that come out of the box with adjustability.

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Moments – Missouri Whitetail

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As the leaves change in the Midwest and bold colors of fall paint the forest, we know it’s coming. Anticipation fills our soul. Soon the search will begin. And we will be there as hunters…waiting for moments. 

Join Kristy Titus in her latest episode of Pursue The Wild where she hunts the peak of the Whitetail rut in Missouri waiting for that perfect moment on a mature buck. 

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Ramcat Diamondback- Field Point Accuracy

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When preparing for a hunt, archers are always looking for accuracy in their broadhead. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, join Kristy Titus as she demonstrates the accuracy of the Ramcat diamondback. From field tip to broadhead there is no impact shift. Diamondback is the first fixed blade broadhead to truly fly like a field tip.  She even strips the broadhead down from three down to no blades to …

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How To Master Elk Bugles

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Learning to replicate elk sounds and having a comprehensive understanding of what elk sounds mean, will help increase your success in the field. Having the ability to create a wide variety of elk sounds your calling can literally set the tone for how the elk react around you. Just because you have not heard bulls fired up and bugling with the frenzy of the rut does not mean that you can’t tell the “story” of …

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Max Point Blank for Archers

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When it comes to archery hunting, often times our chance at a big game animal happens quickly. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus talks about familiarizing ourselves with our equipment and identifying our individual max point blank. When the shot of a lifetime presents itself, be ready. 

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Frontier Ammo For The Modern Sporting Rifle

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The modern sporting rifle is extremely versatile. It has light recoil and superior adjustability making it an ideal choice for anyone that wants to plink, target shoot, hunt, for law enforcement training and self-defense. In this episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus showcases the American made, Hornady Frontier Cartridge.

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Worth The Wait- Idaho Black Bear

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Our public lands are a tremendous resource. They provide an opportunity to get out and enjoy wild places with friends. Rich with diverse wildlife populations, Idaho is a great state for the do it yourself western big game hunter to head afield in pursuit of spring black bears. 

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Ramcat Designed To Endure

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The hard hitting, deep penetrating diamondback is designed to endure a never ending passion. Making this diamond a hunters best friend. As Ramcat’s leading fixed blade broadhead crafted to meet the demand for traditional reliability without compromising performance or technology.

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Hunting Is Healing with USMC Kirstie Ennis

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On this episode of Pursue The Wild, Kristy Titus has the honor of taking Sgt. USMC (retired) Kirstie Ennis, on her first elk hunt. Ennis was an aerial gunner that was severely wounded in a helicopter crash while serving her country in June 2012. She suffered severe facial trauma, spinal cord damage, damage to both arms and was in limb salvage for many years. Since this hunt took place, Ennis had her left leg amputated …