Proof Research Rifles

proof research rifles

Proof Research produces the world’s finest composite barrels, stocks, and complete rifles. Have you ever wondered what exactly makes their rifles so great? What is their "Secret Salsa"? Well here is Jason Montagna, their Director of Marketing speaking about exactly that, in a recent podcast. "[...] Who can’t love a gun that’s dangerous and makes you feel dangerous? But in th … [Read more...]

Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights

Mike Ellig Whitetail

Mike Ellig is a very respected member of the archery community. As the owner of Black Gold Sights, he is a wealth of information on the technology as it developed in archery in general. Here is a except from the podcast he did with where Mike talks about where it all started. [...] "How old are you, by the way? I don’t think I’ve ever asked." -Marc Warnke "I’m 55." … [Read more...]

Outfitter Report – Idaho Deer Season 2015

Bruce Templeton with an Idaho deer

Our first deer hunters of the season were clients Bruce Templeton and Steve Pratico. I've had the pleasure of hunting mule deer with Bruce before. At 50 some yrs old, this man has ZERO issues with Idahos rugged mountains. You can see Bruce on one of's videos taking a cranker brown bear with OI's Cory Glauner. Steve is a boxer from Florida. You wouldn't want to be at the … [Read more...]

Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle


You have all the necessary hunting equipment for your expedition, though you find your vehicle may not be quite up to par for trip. Here are some features to include when outfitting your rig to enhance your experience on any hunting trip: Cargo Carrier A spacious, well designed cargo carrier can be an incredibly useful tool to have for your hunting expedition. The DU-HA Tote is a … [Read more...]

Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt

Kenton Clairmont of Train To Hunt

Ever wonder what Kenton Clairmont's back story was? Well, here you go. Kenton tells it all, in a transcript from one of our podcasts. "Well, man where do I start? I guess I could start with the humble beginnings that well I grew up at in a house that was supported by timber dollars and in a really small town and I remember a lot of times the only thing we had to eat was anything we … [Read more...]