Sporting Art: Zippo Lighters Designed with the Outdoors in Mind

Early man in Africa and Eurasia first harnessed the power of fire 2 million years ago, discovering its usefulness for not only warmth and light but also protection from predators — and the ability to cook food.  The earliest cave paintings, found in Indonesia and dating back 45,000 years, depicted stories of large, wild animals that were hunted by the

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The Art of Conservation: Yeti Presents ‘Wild Sheep’

“There is no half way. After his first exposure, a man is either a sheep hunter or he isn’t. He either falls under the spell of sheep hunting and sheep country or he won’t be caught dead on another sheep mountain.” — Jack O’Connor This book is for the sheep hunters. For the readers of O’Connor and the lovers of

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Camp Pendleton Marines Engage in the Ancient Art of Bowhunting

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — Appreciation and understanding of various weapon systems are a part of Marine culture. Typically, the M16 or the M240 are the first to come to mind. However, there is a more traditional weapon system being utilized by Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton personnel, and it has fostered a culture of its own. The bow and arrow

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