When you have a long hunting trip planned out, it’s best to be well prepared for any situation. When you have to be accurate, it’s best to bring certain accessories that will ensure that what you aim at is what you fire at when you pull the trigger. When you go hunting, here are a few items that you should consider bringing along. Continue reading What Should I Bring on my Hunting Trip?
Here at LG Outdoors, we specialize in providing you with all things related to hunting. Whether it’s a rifle or a bow, ammunition or outdoor survival gear, we’ve got it all. We also have specialty hunting gear, like duck calls and other species of waterfowl. In addition to those calls, we also carry calls for turkeys, deer, squirrels, hogs, elk, moose, owls, crows, and others. Continue reading Hunting Gear To Help You Have the Best Season Yet
For centuries, men have sought to be more efficient marksmen. Since the 17th century, different optical aiming aids have been made and strapped to guns in the hopes of a better shot. The early gun optics were nothing more than primitive telescopic sights and had many limitations. Throughout history, gun optics have improved drastically and new technologies have been introduced, such as integrated laser rangefinders, ballistic support devices, and CCD and LCD technology. These new technologies have made gun optics an incredible new science. Continue reading Gun Optics
Its the summer fishing season again! If you’re anything like us, you can’t wait to get out on the water as often as you can. It’s no fun when you’re out on the water and you run out of bait, hooks, or line before you’re done for the day. Of course, no fisherman would ever go out without plenty of fishing tackle. We can help make sure you have everything you need so you can get out at dawn and stay out until dusk. Continue reading It’s That Season Again!
The .223 Remington
In the 1950s, the 7.62x51mm NATO rifle cartridge was selected to replace the .30-06 Springfield as the standard NATO rifle cartridge. The 7.62 cartridge received a lot of criticism for being too heavy, producing too much recoil, and not allowing for a high enough rate of fire in combat. During this time, the U.S. was starting tests and research, ultimately leading to the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge. Continue reading The History of the .223 Remington and the 5.56x45mm NATO