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Ruger No. 1 …in .45-120? (4K)
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Ruger No. 1 …in .45-120? (4K)

Check out this approach to a single-shot hunting rifle, especially if you want to hunt using cast bullets for your reloads. And reload you will, if you use this gun because it’s chambered in .45-120; a cartridge no longer manufactured (although the brass still is). We even managed to get Matthew Quigley to stop by […]
Is Too Slow A No-Go?
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Is Too Slow A No-Go?

This short video is a response to the common claim that, when it comes to protection from wildlife, handguns (or any firearms) will be too slow to save you anyway. There is one thing that articles written on this subject never seem to mention! The Way to Native ChroniclesYou could say I’m a Christian of […]
Beading MASTER Class – Part 1
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Beading MASTER Class – Part 1

The first in a series of videos teaching Indigenous crafting skills, this introduces the art of beading. Nikeeya of the Dene Tha shares her unique technique for creating high quality beading patterns. Not done using drawn patterns, her’s is a method that encourages flexibility, creativity while also being very efficient. The Way to Native ChroniclesYou […]
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2021 In Review!

Hunting, trapping, saw milling, cabin building, hide tanning, there’s a ton of things to do in the outdoors. It doesn’t always feel worthwhile at the time, but it’s a good idea to capture some of those moments, whether by camera or video, because it adds up and, later, you’re always glad you did. The Way […]
How To Butcher A Moose Front Leg
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How To Butcher A Moose Front Leg

Most tutorials on butchering focus on processing the hind quarters, but the front leg is actually the more difficult one to do because of its convoluted muscle structure. This video will help redress that imbalance, using the front leg of a moose for its example. Quite lengthy, this video shows the entire process in great […]
Would You Live Here?
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Would You Live Here?

The preparation of our trapline is going well. We now have a cabin (prefab metal for now), which we – with the help of able-bodied, good friends – moved to the edge of the pristine lake lake shown in this video. We can now look forward to spending more time here, warmed by a wood […]