A Guide for Hunting Land, and Where to Buy Some!

Being an avid hunter, you probably manage to make some really good money. Especially outside of your daily work, hunting can bring in some real extra dough. What sets many hunters apart from the elite in this country, is their dedication and commitment to getting what they want in life, at all costs. In life, there really is no room for wimpy men who hunt here and there but at the end of the year, it has not changed them a bit.. and more importantly, it has not changed them financially either.

Archery Weapons & Fire Power

You can read all about a man, based on the weapon he uses to bring home the bacon (so to speak). Archers take a completely different approach with their game. In fact, they are completely different people all together. You see, archers only want to use the best crossbow money can buy. Ten Points & Barnett’s high end ones would be ideal, especially if the price is not an issue. Some of the best crossbows of 2014, have been at the price range of $1,000+ and mostly big shots play with those kind of toys.

Folks who use firepower for hunting, fit into the 80% category of hunters, in other words meaning they are just the usual rifle hunters who bring a box or two of ammo.. usually expecting to have the exact same hunting trip as any other.. without too much excitement.

Here’s a picture below of a boring rifle hunter:
the best crossbow for the money

Hunting Land Is Abundant!

Where there’s miles of open forest, there’s an abundance of land owners who are willing to sell at a reasonable price. Finding good buys right in a valley, is a great idea. Multiple reasons include, abundance of peaceful air to shoot at.
But also, a bunch of calm weather to have a great time in!

Basically, crossbows are just like simple archery bows. Each part of the bow is self explanatory, everything from the arrows, bows, butt stock, quiver and more.

 

The year of 2014, was a wonderful year for newer crossbow models to be released. A few to mention are the Barnett Ghost 410 CRT and TenPoints Venom. Both are incredibly durable and powerful crossbows, and not to mention expensive. What really will set them apart from all the other ones is the prestige they all hold. Being from some of the best brands in America, Ten-Point and Barnett really put it down in performance. But hands down, from the best crossbow reviews, it has to be the Barnett 350 CRT Ghost. At just under $600.00, it’s a pretty good bargain. Created from high quality polycarbonate plastic and some carbon fiber, this beast can put it down at 350 fps and just under 7lbs.

 

Buying Land and Saving Massive Dollars

What makes America unique, compared to the rest of the world is that you can travel across 3000 miles of land, and only have to pay for a few tolls to have the privilege of being there. The diversity is immense, and that’s what makes our country so great. Now, with that being said we all know American people are proud as hell of their heritage and what they do for leisure time. So, with an average joe simply saving some money, can result in a nice purchase of pure, forest full land.

hunting land from Deleware

100% of the United States, is hunt able in some form or fashion. The weird thing is, some hunters use crossbows and some use rifles. For the most part, rifles are the main weapons of choice and for good reason. Easy to load, you can carry multiple dozens of rounds. Now, looking at archery hunters it’s a tad different. One big difference right off the bat is the overall noise you’ll make. When hunting with guns, a single shot will scare off all of your wild game (if you’re not accurate). On the other hand, if you make a hit you’re gunna put some damage into the kill. With archery bows, it’s totally different my friend.