Author Archives : Matt Staser

Aries Automotive ActionTrac Jeep JK Install

Aries Automotive ActionTrac Install on Jeep JK Rubicon


Here’s a video of an install I did on the Aries Automotive ActionTrac Powered Steps on my 2007 Jeep JK Rubicon. The install went pretty easy. ActionTrac powered running boards are a new generation of automatic, power running boards with a unique patented step-within-a-step design. Also feature no-splice wiring and a no-drill bracket installation on most models, as well as…

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Kuat Racks Class 4 Kayak Rack Review


In the review, I’ll be checking out the Kuat Racks Class 4 Kayak Rack on my Jeep JKU. Finding something I could leave on and look good at the same time. When you need to haul your kayak around, why not do it in style and leave your racks on all the time. Nobody like those big “J” racks that…

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rimfire vs centerfire

Rimfire vs. Centerfire Ammunition-All Aspects to Consider When Choosing


It’s not common for people to decide if they have to use rimfire or centerfire ammunition. It’s because devoted firearm aficionados would rather talk about gun models, calibers, shooting ranges, and a lot less about bullets. However, a newbie is going to appreciate our recommendations and information. The difference between Rimfire vs. Centerfire ammunition is always important to consider. What’s…

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Skeeter Beater Magnetic Vehicle Window Screen Review AverageHunter

Skeeter Beater Magnetic Vehicle Window Screen Review


It’s hot out and you’re spending the day or night enjoying the great outdoors. It sucks when it’s time to leave and you have to get into your hot car or truck but you don’t dare leave the windows down because you’ll get a million bugs in there. Now the Skeeter Beater Magnetic Vehicle Window Screen has you covered. Just like having…

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SpyPoint Link-Micro Review

Spypoint Link-Micro Review


With the emergence of cellular trail cameras in the market still being fairly new, it’s still very expensive for a lot to get into. Spypoint is making great strides to bringing this higher-end technology to the “Average Hunter” with their latest introduction of the Link-Micro, it offers a wallet-friendly way for hunters to be able to sit at work and…

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My Trail Fork Review

Reviewing Trail Fork Meal Pouches


  Founded in 2017, Trail Fork is a Boulder, CO. based company that creates pre-packaged and customized outdoor meal kits. No matter your dietary restrictions Trail Fork has something for you. My experience with pre-packaged meals is pretty extensive as I might have some prepper tendencies. I have used and tested brands like Mountain House, Wise Food, Emergency Essentials, and…

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making venison snack sticks

Making Deer Salami – Reviewing the Walton’s 11 lb Stuffer


My family has been making our own deer salami since I was a kid (a long time ago) and stuffing has always been one of those battles we have fought every year. That’s not the case anymore with the Walton’s Inc 11 lb Sausage Stuffer. We have many types of stuffers over the years from an old cast iron fruit…

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3 Safety Tips for Bowhunters


Bowhunting is equally enjoyable as it is dangerous. Nevertheless, by using the right precaution measurements, you can significantly minimize the risk of those most unpleasant scenarios. And by embracing a reasonable behavior, you can really get to enjoy the great outdoors, get reconnected with nature and truly experience its grandeur and magnificence. Few things can be compared to the hunting…

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