Three Common Problems New Firearm Owners Should Watch For

Posted on: 10 January 2017

As a new firearm owner, it's important that you understand some of the most common issues that you may experience with your firearm. Knowing the potential problems that you might encounter will help you to spot serious concerns before they become safety hazards. Here are a few things to watch for. Scattered or Inaccurate Hits If you're finding that bullets aren't grouping close together, it may be because the sight isn't properly aligned. [Read More]

Kayaking Safety Tips For Beginners

Posted on: 20 December 2016

If you are getting ready to head out on to the water on a kayak tour like Virgin Kayak Tours for the first time, you will want to take a few moments to review some of the following safety tips. By doing this, you will have a much easier time staying safe and having a lot of fun. Wear A Life Jacket It does not matter if you are an excellent swimmer. [Read More]

Putting Your Bass Boat In Storage For The Winter? How To Get It Ready

Posted on: 11 November 2016

If you have a bass boat that you are going to put in storage for the winter, it is important that you do this correctly so you will not have problems. Below are some tips on storing it the right way so it will be ready for fishing when you take it out. Get the Outboard Motor Ready First, change the filter element on the outboard motor. This will keep debris from getting into the motor. [Read More]

These Strategies Can Help You To Overcome Your Fear Of Heights Before You Take Up Skydiving

Posted on: 13 September 2016

If you've suffered from an intense fear of heights for a long time, you might try to quell it once and for all in one of the most extreme methods out there — by jumping out of an airplane. Skydiving is certainly a way that you can get over this fear, but you might also be extremely anxious as you sit in the airplane and wait for your turn to jump with an instructor. [Read More]