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If You Want the “Outdoor Edge.”

American Press Travel News-New Products June 27th–Crossville, TN.- So we all want an edge when we head outdoors. Especially when fishing, hunting and hiking in “Mothers” back yard. These two items from the the Outdoor Edge Knives and Tools really caught my eye as potentially useful in and emergency and also for laying out our filets for lunch or dinner.  The Filet Flex Pak holds 3-different double tempered bladed filet knives for any size fish to filet, The two stage carbide/ceramic knife sharpener maintains a razor edge for you. I tried it on a knife that needed sharpening and WOW! The blades came sharp so have not used it on these three beauties yet. The hard-side case is perfect for these knives and sharpener. The blades are 6-inch through 9.5 inches. Love this set and can’t wait to be a cutup again once I pop a walleye at the lake or snook at the coast.

 

The ParaCLAW CQD Watch is a zinc alloy, Seiko quartz movement is water resistant to 100-feet. The glass face is mineral glass. The watch is Titanium PVD coated. It has a Lume in dexed display and a Paracord band. You can call this a tactical carry, close quarters defense watch set. When the band is removed, you have a razor sharp hawkbill 1.5 inch claw that can be deployed almost instantly. Hope I never use it for defense, but as a watch its always there just in case. I’ve already used it to open boxes and slice out a few magazine articles from my published magazine pieces for the scrap book. Check them out for these and other cool items for the outdoors person at: www.outdooredge.com  800-447-3343

NOTE: That paracord watchband can be a lifesaver too! Unraveled it is a very tough cord for any emergency use!

 

 

Outdoor Edge Has a Great New Product For the “Real Outdoors Adventurer

American Press Travel News-Oct. 25th, 2017-East Coast of FL. Outdoor Edge has some very fine, usable quality knives & tools for outdoor adventuring. On my return home from my farm in TN. I found a very cool item delivered to my home-office.  The Para-Claw bracelet knife is a terrific and innovative product. Well thought out, I can see how always having a bracelet sharp knife at near instant reach can be and already proved its worth in potentially life threatening situations. My mantra to my family has always been having the right tool can get the job done “right” the first time around. I often explained why a sharp blade saves, and a dull knife can seriously injure. Well, having a para-cord and a very sharp claw blade as a wrist-buddy can do just that; save you!

A former bounty hunter had one of these on his wrist. When his target for a bounty tried to get his gun and fought with him, he cut the mans hand and when the man stepped back to see the damage to his hand, the bounty man cuffed and subdued him quickly and without further incident. A friend of mine name Mat Strumor went fishing by himself offshore in the Florida Keys. He trolled 4-baits and big fish took all of them, flashed across each others tracks and cause the rods lines to garot him around his throat. He didn’t have a knife at the stern and nearly passed out. He had his hand between the lines and as the fish rushed towards the boat there was just enough slack to allow him to reach his filet knife on the center-console. He cut all lines and vowed never to big-game fish alone again. Boy what he’d have given for having a Para-Claw on his wrist.! To get your Para-Claw and an entire group of QUALITY KNIVES & TOOLS FOR YOUR OUTDOOR ADVENTURER’S GO: www.OutdoorEdge.com

Pictures of the Week!

Left to right_ Spider Woman, Spirit Hawk Bob and Awano, our new friends at the Pow Wow.
Helen GA. and ladies following the hatchery truck!

Ah, the “Vette” more guys and gals have crooned over this car than any other car!
Flying motor-cross!

Florida’s Shot Heard ‘Round the World Day

WSFR and FWC-managed public shooting ranges

Press Release distributed by AmericanPressTravelNews–4/17/2017—Bob Epstein copying this release for my gun guys and gals!

April 19 marks the Shot Heard ‘Round the World Day, held each year to commemorate the events surrounding the birth of our nation in 1775 and celebrate today’s opportunities for safe and responsible recreational shooting and firearms ownership.You can mark this special day by visiting a new website that provides a wealth of information about FWC-managed public shooting ranges. At this site, you can find where FWC-managed ranges are located and get information about what opportunities they offer, hours of operation, updates, and more!

Recreational shooting is a fun way to spend time outdoors.  We manage nine safe, clean and family-friendly public shooting ranges across the state and have future shooting ranges under construction at Triple ’N Ranch in Osceola County and Palm Beach County. Depending on which FWC-managed range you visit, you can shoot 5-stand, sporting clays, trap, or skeet as well as get some trigger time at the rifle and pistol ranges. Some facilities even offer an archery range.

Did you know that hunters and target shooters are an important funding source for developing and maintaining FWC-managed target shooting ranges — as well as for wildlife management and hunter safety? When hunters purchase firearms, ammunition and archery equipment, they support the hunting and shooting sports industry, which pays into the Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration (WSFR) Program, resulting in millions of dollars to each state. When hunters purchase a Florida hunting license, they play a major role in this program because the amount of WSFR funding that comes back to our state for FWC-managed shooting ranges and wildlife management depends on the number of hunting licenses issued. So we are grateful to the shooting sports industry and each and every licensed hunter for their steadfast support of FWC ranges and wildlife conservation in Florida.

Learn more about FWC-managed public shooting ranges, including range safety tips, by visiting MyFWC.com/Ranges.