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Two Simple Football-Themed Food Ideas For Your Game-Day Party

Posted by on Oct 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Two Simple Football-Themed Food Ideas For Your Game-Day Party

If you’re an avid football fan, you probably start planning your weekly game-day parties as soon as the NFC or AFC football schedule becomes available. Unfortunately, with 16 regular-season games, play-off games, and the Super Bowl, it’s easy to run out of food ideas for your game-day gatherings quickly. So check out these two simple, fun food ideas to make your football party memorable. Pigskin Pizza Pockets To make football-shaped pizza pockets, all you need is a football-shaped cookie cutter, a knife, a fork, packaged pastry dough, marinara sauce, and your favorite pizza toppings. Preheat your oven to 375 degree Fahrenheit. Use your cookie cutter to cut football shapes out of your pastry dough. You need two “footballs” for each pizza pocket. Set one pastry football on a cookie sheet, and lay your favorite pizza toppings, such as mozzarella...

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Learn How To Use A Shotgun As A Great Form Of Home Protection

Posted by on Aug 30, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Learn How To Use A Shotgun As A Great Form Of Home Protection

Many people view shotguns as only being useful for hunting. That is not the case at all, though. Shotguns can be great forms of home defense. The following guide walks you through a few things to take into consideration when you purchase a shotgun for home protection. Low-Recoil Shotgun When you go to buy a shotgun, you want to be sure that you choose one that has as little recoil as possible. When you shoot the gun, it will push back against your body. If the gun is not a low-recoil shotgun, it could be quite painful when the gun hits your shoulder or hip, depending on where you are shooting from. There are recoil reducing devices that you can add to the butt of the gun to reduce the amount of recoil that you feel, as well. Bird...

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Whitetail Deer Hunting: 3 Mapping Tools Essential to Your Success

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Whitetail Deer Hunting: 3 Mapping Tools Essential to Your Success

Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned professional, you must scout your areas before you can head to an area to hunt. Otherwise, you are leaving yourself wide open to surprises. While some of them may be good, most of them will likely be bad and result in you leaving your adventure without a single piece of game. Most people go to the area directly to scout it. However, if you’re planning on hunting out of state or in an area that is too far to simply go and scout, you need to use online mapping tools to your advantage. Here are three different types and what they do for you as a hunter. Aerial Maps With an aerial map, you get to look at the ground below from above. You get a clear bird’s eye view of the...

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Swimming Pools in Small Yards

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Swimming Pools in Small Yards

Do you have a small yard, and want an in-ground swimming pool? Have people told you that there’s no way you can add a pool? The truth is, you probably can add an in-ground pool to your small yard. Not only that, but you may be quite surprised at the possibilities. Size of the Pool The size of your pool is only limited by the size of your yard. As long as you have enough space to walk around enough of the pool to tend to it, you should be okay. It’s up to you to decide how much of your yard you want as pool, and how much you want for other uses. Location of the Pool Even a small yard will afford you the choice of where the pool should be located. Do you want it to...

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Tips For The New Antique Firearm Collector

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Tips For The New Antique Firearm Collector

Collecting antique guns can be a fun hobby, especially if you’re passionate about it. But it can also be a challenge. With so many types of antique guns out there, it can be overwhelming sometimes to sort through it all. Luckily, there are a few tips that can help you navigate the process if you’re just getting started. Here’s a look at some guidelines you can follow to avoid investing in a gun that’s either not a good fit for your collection or not actually an antique. Know What You’re Looking For If you just decide that you’re going to collect antique guns in general, you’re more likely to find yourself looking at pieces that are potentially not antiques. After all, one of the keys to a good collection is knowing exactly what you have and why you have...

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