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Classic Deer Camps

by Robert Wagner

Classic Deer Camps is a trip through time, back to the core of America's deer-hunting heritage. In this unique book you will revisit 19th century deer camps through a spectacular collection of writings, historical biography of famous deer camps and nostalgic artwork, plus you'll rediscover the freedom, solitude and camaraderie of this shared rite of passage. Short of providing the faint smell of beans and backstraps cooking on the fire, this book brings you to the heart and soul of this American institution.

Build the Perfect Survival Kit

by John Mccann

An emergency can arise anytime. Now everyone from the average commuter to the risk-taking sportsman can benefit from these just-in-case kits that may just save a life. Build the Perfect Survival Kit offers a number of kits, from very basic pocket-sized ones with just the essentials to elaborate ones designed for weeks of surviving in the wilderness. The book advocates careful advance planning and building a personalized kit specifically tailored to each outing or possible emergency that may be encountered. Readers will learn about the eight categories of gear: Fire and Light, Signaling, Water and Food, Shelter and Protection, Knives and Tools, Multi-purpose Items and Miscellaneous Items, and what to pack into a kit for their pocket, glove box, four-wheeler, trunk, small plane, backpack, and more. ·Each kit is described with a list of components, a picture of the finished product, and a discussion of each component and its value ·Gives instructions on how to use each component ·Not just for hardcore outdoorsmen - this is valuable information for anyone who drives a car, walks in the woods, etc.

Bowhunting Mega Bucks

by Michael Hanback

This fantastic guide investigates different techniques for bowhunting trophy whitetail bucks, with tips and advice gleaned from some of the country's bowhunting experts! Fifteen chapters explore bowhunting tactics for Southern, Eastern, Western and Midwestern bucks (revealing the habits and behaviors of deer in each region), understanding trophy buck movement, hunting small tracts, hanging tree stands for 30-yard shots, the key to making the shot, and much more. A special chapter on management discusses food plots and how to improve your land for bowhunting.Readers will learn the secrets of bagging trophy bucks from the foremost names in the industry. Over 150 eye-popping color photos accompany the easy-to-follow text, and sidebars in each chapter feature quick tips on the latest and best gear and more great bits of bowhunting advice.

Bolt Action Rifles

by Wayne Zwoll

Veteran author and respected shooting expert Dr. Wayne van Zwoll has made the most complete work ever published on bolt-action rifles even better by:Profiling the newest turnbolt actions and riflesTaking an in-depth look at the history of bolt gunsAnalyzing the latest trends in bold actionsOffering valuable tips on how to become a better shooter of bolt rifles

First Love, Last Love

by Ginna Gray

Falling in love for the first time is something a woman never forgets, andas much as Beth Prescott wanted to, she couldn't help remembering being head over heels in love with Jake Forrest. But that had been ten years ago. Now Jake was representing the company that was merging with her own, and Beth knew she was in for trouble. How dared he stir up the painful memories she had put out of her heart long ago? For Jake was determined to win her back, whether she liked it or not. She was his first love, and she was going to be his last.

Blade's Guide to Making Knives

by Joe Kertzman

Blade Building Made Easy The world's finest knifemakers learned to ply their trade through trial and error. They honed their skills with blood, sweat and tears. Never before has there been a fully illustrated, all-color, step-by-step book on how to make knives - until now! And, as a bonus, two chapters are dedicated to sword and tomahawk making. Novice knifemakers, knife enthusiasts and shop junkies of the world, this is the book of your dreams! Learn to grind blades Fashion handles the easy way Forge steel like the pros Fashion bolsters and guards Fit and finish those bladed beauties Chapters are penned by some of the world's greatest knifemakers, including Wane Goddard, Allen Elishewitz, Rick Dunkerley, Don Fogg, R.J. Martin, Jow Szilaski and John Lewis Jensen. Seeing is believing, and with over 400 step-by-step illustrations guiding you along the way to making your first or finest knife, this book is a must-have for any knife enthusiast's library. Have fun, and be careful!

Armed America

by Kyle Cassidy

As the 2004 Presidential Election was beginning to take shape, Kyle Cassidy took note of the important role the simple concept of gun ownership was playing. Hardly anyone he knew didn't have an opinion in the debate over owning guns. Why was a constitutionally protected right so heavily debated, and who exactly as these folks that own guns? "I began to wonder who these seventy or so million Americans were, how they lived and what was important to them. I set out to photographs as many gun owners as I could and ask them one question: "Why do you own a gun."" Cassidy traveled over 20,000 miles, crisscrossing the country to meet with gun owners in their homes. Cassidy's photo essays create a powerful, thought provoking and sometimes startling view of gun ownership in the U.S. These "everyman" portraits, and the accompanying views of gun owners, fashion a riveting and provocative hardcover book.

Antique Firearms Assembly/Disassembly

by David Chicoine

Tips from the Master Gunsmith You Won't Find Anywhere Else! For the collector, for the hobbyist, for the amateur gunsmith, Antique Firearms Assembly/Disassembly is an invaluable reference tool. Written in plain English and profusely illustrated, Antique Firearms Assembly/Disassembly provides detailed procedures for taking down and reassembling a tremendous variety of original and replica handguns, rifles, and shotguns. Whether you're simply cleaning a Colt 1836 Paterson replica revolver or replacing the entire bolt assembly on a Marlin 1895 lever action, Antique Firearms Assembly/Disassembly will help you avoid common mistakes, expensive pitfalls, and unnecessary headaches. It's a must-have addition to any gun owner's library! Covers 65 models of antique and vintage handguns, rifles, and shotguns: Colt, S&W, Merwin-Hulbert, Remington, Winchester, Ruger, and many more Contains exploded views and 1000+ detailed, step-by-step photographs to guide you through the entire process Includes a complete directory of gunsmithing resources to help you find tools and parts

American & British 410 Shotguns

by Ronald Gabriel

410's are generally lightweight shotguns that produce little kick, making them a popular choice for beginners, youth, or anyone sensitive to recoil. However, their full choke barrels force them to concentrate the available shot, therefore they require the precision of an expert to be effective at any significant distant. Collectors, historians, enthusiasts, and those recapturing their youth will be captivated by this fascinating recount of the .410. Representing the culmination of 30 years of research, this book catalogs the 125-year developments history of the .410 shotgun in both the United States and Britain. A mixture of rich images and historic illustrations provide a treasure chest of information valuable to small-bore enthusiasts-both collectors and hunters alike. Coverage includes makers such as Browning, Ithaca, Winchester, Boss, Holland & Holland, Purdey, and others. Plus, all significant gunmakers include detailed listings of production numbers.

301 Venison Recipes

by Deer & Deer Hunting Staff

Many wild game cookbooks feature a section on venison. In this cookbook, however, every recipe calls for venison. This collection of 301 venison recipes represents the combined contributions of Bud Kilmartin, a deer hunter and camp cook from New York, and over 100 readers of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine. If you need to feed a hungry bunch at deer camp, or serve special guests in your home, look no further for creative ways to prepare hearty and delicious venison. Steaks Barbecue Roasts Ribs Soups and Stews Chili Heart and Liver Sauces and Gravies Main Dishes Ethnic Traditions Ground Venison Sausage Jerky Smoked Dishes Marinades Appetizers Wines That Go with Venison

A Kid's Guide to Collecting Coins

by Arlyn G. Sieber

Start your own coin collection! It's fun! Search for coins to complete your own special coin puzzle. It's affordable. Spend as little as 1 cent to start a hobby that can last you the rest of your life. And you can learn all you need to know right here. With lots of images, how-to's and handy tips, you will get all the tools you need to start your collection today. Pick up cool facts and tricks that will impress your friends and family. Learn the answers to questions like: How are coins made? What do the "P" and "D" on coins stand for? Why is it called a nickel? A Kid's Guide to Collecting Coins can help you join the ranks of 140 million Americans who are part of the "hobby of kings" -- coin collecting.

Hunting Mature Whitetails the Lakosky Way

by Tiffany Lakosky Lee Lakosky

You've seen them on videos and commercials. You've watched their TV shows. You've witnessed lines of people stretched into parking lots at their public appearances. But now, for the first time, you can share the unparalleled whitetail management and hunting knowledge of Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, America's No. 1 hunting couple. Hunting Mature Whitetails the Lakosky Way: Quality Deer Management with Lee and Tiffany Lakosky gives you up-close-and-personal insight into Lee and Tiffany's methods for finding land, planting food plots, setting stands, identifying target bucks and bringing everything home at the moment of truth. You'll learn how this humble Minnesota couple grew from aspiring whitetail nuts to deer hunting superstars, and you'll read about pulse-pounding hunts for giant whitetails such as Gnarles Barkley and a 177-inch typical Minnesota giant. Packed with hundreds of color photographs, Hunting Mature Whitetails the Lakosky Way displays the greatest bucks from Lee and Tiffany's storied career and gives you the lessons learned from these hunts-lessons that will help you become a better deer hunter.

Gun Digest Book of Classic Combat Handguns

by Dan Shideler

For the collector, shooter, or fan of combat handguns, the Gun Digest Book of Classic Combat Handguns is a must-have resource. The Gun Digest Book of Classic Combat Handguns is an absolutely unique compilation of articles celebrating the greatest combat pistols of all time, as they originally appeared in the world's greatest firearms annual, Gun Digest, from 1944 to present. Presented by the greatest gun writers of all time, this volume entertains you with information-packed stories about semi-auto pistols and revolvers recognized around the world as classic combat handguns, from historical combat firearms such as the 1911 and the Luger to modern classics like the Glock. Read about these great guns... Model 1911 Glock 17 Luger P08 Bren Ten SIG-Sauer Autos Snubnosed Revolvers and more! About the Editor The late Dan Shideler (1960-2011) was a senior editor for Gun Digest Books and best-known as editor of the 2010-2012 editions of Gun Digest. During his seven years with F+W Media, Shideler also edited the Standard Catalog of Firearms, Modern Gun Values, The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices and numerous other titles.

Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball Cards

by Bob Lemke

This is the most comprehensive and respected vintage baseball card price guide on the market--considered to be the "bible" of the hobby. The Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards (2012), 21st Edition, contains thousands of card values covering cards from approximately 5,000 sets released between 1863-1981. In the 21st Edition, you'll find more than 5,000 photos, explanations for each set, unique features, size, and many additional details. Detailed pricing information and values are included. The Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards has been, and continues to be, a core title produced by Krause Publication...going on 21 years! If you collect baseball cards, this is a must-have annually!

2012 Collector Car Price Guide

by Ron Kowalke

The Authority for Collector Car Pricing With 760 pages of pricing at your fingertips, the 2012 Collector Car Price Guide is the ultimate resource for car hobbyists. Whether you're looking to find a price on a blue ribbon show car, or a beater station wagon, you can find out what it's worth, and what people are paying for it, in the most comprehensive price guide on the market. More than 250,000 accurate price listings for cars of all eras Exclusive 1 to 6 condition grading places values in all conditions, from show car to parts car Covers every mass-produced U.S. car, light trucks, and select imported cars and trucks Explanation of the 1 through 6 condition rating system This is the only resource with pricing back to 1901! About the Author Ron Kowalke is a respected author and price analyst in the collector vehicle hobby. He is the editor of Old Cars Report Price Guide and technical/auction editor of Old Cars Weekly News & Marketplace. Kowalke analyzes and reports on the results of approximately 100 collector vehicles auctions annually.

A Super Season - Green Bay 2010-11 Champions

by Kp Sports

Super Season celebrates the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV-winning season in a commemorative publication that covers the memorable season and the people who made it happen. We recap each game of the 2010-11 season with stats, highlights and commentary from those involved, with a special look at the Super Bowl itself. We also have exclsusive features on Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers, general manager Ted Thompson and many other star players on the team. Plus, we take a look back at the 12 other championship squads in Green Bay's storied history. A great package for the NFL and Green Bay Packers fan.

The Essential Guide to Investing in Precious Metals

by David L. Ganz

Gold. Silver. Platinum. Palladium. Want more than a piece of paper with a stock number on it to show for your investment? Then learn about all the ways you can add precious metals to your portfolio. Gold and silver have been king and queen of metals for centuries. Today, they are joined by platinum and palladium in the precious metals arena. They are traded in the form of bars, rounds and ingots, tangible assets you can see and touch.

Knitting The Perfect Pair

by Dorothy T Ratigan

Check out this fancy footwork!Discover the joy of socks! Knitting the Perfect Pair leads you step-by-step through a variety of styles, from warm and classic to cool and fashionable. Take a walk on the wild side with fishnet stockings. Wrap your toes in the romance of lace-cuffed cable socks. Treat your feet to the ultimate comfort of cozy thrummed house socks, or dress them up in fancy Fair Isle socks or socks with funky, textured stripes. You'll find styles fit for every foot!Knitting the Perfect Pair includes:12 patterns ranging from the traditional to the -fashion forward, for women and men.Sizing advice and construction tips for socks that fit like a glove.Everything you need to know about yarn and needle selection, different cast-on and bind-off methods, heel turning and toe shaping variations, basic stitches, increasing, decreasing and grafting&#151plus care tips for hand-knitted socks.A wide variety of construction techniques and variations (ruffles, ribbing, tassels, articulated toes and more!) so you can mix and match your way to fabulously original footwear.No need for cold feet with the easy-to-follow, detailed directions inside, even beginners can turn out results that will knock your store-bought socks off!

Wire-Jewelry Workshop

by Susan Ray

Great variety of techniques gathered by an impressive panel of beading experts Provides detailed instructions to put to use, and then post on beading blogs for others to learn from Beading basics never go out of style, because like many beaders, you are always looking for ways to efficiently and creatively design projects. This must-have guide covers essential skills including chain maille, cutting wire, making P loops, bending wire, making eye loops, jump rings, and using a wrapped bead link technique. Among the 20+ projects featured in the book, you will discover instructions for earrings, chokers, necklaces, pendants and more, all designed by the author and other respected jewelry artists.

Crochet That Fits

by Mary Jane Hall

Say "goodbye" to crochet's stiff, boxy, hippie-child reputation and "hello" to Crochet that Fits-garments that fit your shape accessories that fit your style, and looks that fit right in with today's fashion trends! This book teaches an innovative, easy way to crochet fashions that are soft, shaped and drape able-from a little black dress that fits like a glove and a lacy baby-doll top, to cute and cozy slippers, ruffled shrugs and hobo bags. By using Mary Jane Hall's Graduated Stitch Method, along with the correct size hook and yarn, anyone can make flattering, form-fitted items! Different stitch heights do all the shaping for you, without the hassle and confusion of figuring out increases and decreases. With this method you are essentially building garments with squares and rectangles, but the finished product doesn't look at all boxy. 33 step-by-step projects feature a wide variety of patterns for adults and children An illustrated stitch guide get even beginners started quickly Detailed instructions make it easy to adjust the patterns to suit your shape (or others') because one side doesn't fit all! Easy enough for a beginner and stylish enough for the more experienced crocheter, these are projects you'll enjoy making and feel good wearing. With fits like this, you'll never think about crochet in the same way again!

Punchneedle The Complete Guide

by Marinda Stewart

The Essential Punchneedle Resource! Punchneedle embroidery is a beautiful, timeless needle art technique with limitless possibilities. Punchneedle The Complete Guide lets you explore all those possibilities with how-to information on everything you need to know about this amazing embroidery, including: An overview of all the materials and tools needed for creating punchneedle embroidery Embroidery on more than 20 different types of fabric including silk, wool and velvet Working with different types of threads from cotton to silk to novelty and metallic Creating special effects such as shading, clipping and sculpting, as well as positive and negative stitching Combining punchneedle embroidery with other sewing and needle crafts such as quilting, reverse applique and cross stitch Nine punchneedle embroidery projects on a variety of surfaces, including a photos album cover, napkins and Christmas ornaments Troubleshooting with quick solutions to the most common punchneedle embroidery problems Whether you are just getting started or have been working with punchneedle embroidery for years, Punchneedle The Complete Guide is sure to become your essential reference guide.

Altered Style

by Stephanie Kimura

Dare to be Different Gone are the days of browsing through rack after rack of new fashions at the local store looking for the perfect shirt, pair of paints or accessory. Instead, take a "shopping trip" to your own closet, a friend's closet, consignment stores, thrift shops or the sale racks. In Altered Style, author Stephanie Kimura shows you how to transform everyday garments and accessories into personalized fashions that reflect your own style and show the world who you are. Your personality will show through with: More than 30 projects for creating purses, blouses, tees, jackets and more Ideas for embellishing with buttons, sparkly crystals, colorful fabric snippets, beads and anything you come across Simple techniques, such as basic sewing, folding, bonding and drawing With a little creativity and simple embellishing, you'll be on your way to updating your wardrobe with your own style and flair. Never again will you have "nothing to wear"!

Quilt With Confidence

by Nancy Zieman

The inspiring and encouraging tone of this book will make you feel like you've been quilting your entire life! From the nation's favorite sewing teacher comes tips and step-by-step instruction for getting started quilting, from selecting tools, to rotary cutting techniques and edge-jointed seaming, you get it all!

Wisconsin Quilts

by Ellen Kort

Provides a new "state" quilt books to add to your collection, while you enjoy the projects and historical inspiration it provides Only book to cover quilts documented by the Wisconsin Quilt History Project - part of a nationwide effort to preserve quilting Storytelling - is as old as humanity, and quilting is among the most prolific mediums. Wisconsin Quilts brings readers 100 antique quilts stitched by immigrants between the 1800s and the mid-20th century, through times of war, economic development and depression, with continued perseverance. You will learn about the history of the day, and gain information about 10 of the quilt blocks used to create each the various quilts featured.

Knitting - The Complete Guide

by Jane Davis

Some books are nice additions to a library, and others are cornerstone selections. This book is one of those foundational references you can rely on for years to come.From its easy-to-use format, to the collection of 200 pattern stitches, this book is a quick and easy guide to all things knitting. The techniques and insight you glean from Knitting - The Complete Guide can be applied to any project, such as the socks, gloves, hat and sweater projects featured inside.

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