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Selecting the right cartridge is extremely important, but that's just one step in choosing the right firearm set-up for a hunt, NOT THE ENTIRE PROCESS.

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Here's The Ugly Truth About Choosing The Right Hunting Rifle Set-Up:

From: John McAdams 
Founder of The Hunting Guns 101 Course
Host of The Big Game Hunting Podcast
Author of The Big Game Hunting Blog
Let Me Show You Why Upwards of
90% of Mainstream Hunting Resources
are (at best) INADEQUATE...
...and (at worst) DETRIMENTAL to 
Your Effectiveness And Odds Of Success Afield
To my fellow Hunter,

Aside from my role as a husband and father of two, I have one passion in this life:

"Helping people to hunt with CONFIDENCE for any species of big game in the world because they know they’re using the best tool for the job."

I've basically hunted since I was a kid and I've made a lot of great memories afield over the years. However, I want to share an experience with you that shook me to the core and inspired me to take on that mission of helping other hunters.

I was hunting in Africa many years ago with my father. Going on safari had always been a dream of mine and I was thrilled that it was finally happening.

Like many other hunters, the thing I wanted most was a big kudu. 

As it turned out, I got a shot at an absolutely gigantic kudu a few days into the hunt. He was standing almost perfectly broadside just 200 yards away and had no idea I was there.

Well, I blew it.

I hit that kudu far too low and wounded him. The bull took off in a flash and disappeared into the woods. We found a couple drops of blood, but never saw that kudu again.

I felt like I was going to be sick: I wounded a magnificent animal, possibly dooming it to a slow and painful death days or weeks later.

What's worse was that it was all my fault and it was 100% preventable. 

Fortunately, the story had a happy ending: another hunter killed that exact kudu a few weeks later and he'd almost completely recovered from the flesh wound I inflicted on his brisket. I also ended up getting an outstanding kudu myself later in that hunt.
Even so, that experience made quite an impression on me and I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what I could have done better.

I was using a Marlin 1895 chambered in .45-70 Government with iron sights for my shot at that first kudu (I killed the 2nd kudu with a different rifle). 

The Marlin 1895 is a great rifle for close in work, but it was completely inappropriate for that hunting situation. I should have passed on the shot I got on that first kudu and tried to get closer.

However, a 200 yard shot on a broadside kudu is very doable with a number of different rifles and the end result likely would have been very different if I'd used something better suited to the conditions on that hunt.

Which rifle should I have used though?

Well, that's where things get complicated. You've probably realized yourself how difficult it can be to get reliable and unbiased information on guns and ammo.

Unfortunately, that's not a new problem.

When I first started hunting, there were essentially TWO primary ways to get information on what rifle, shotgun, and/or ammo you should hunt with:

Talk with other hunters, like friends/family or with people at your local gun store or shooting range, and see what they use.


Watch an outdoor television show or read a hunting magazine for some “expert” recommendations.

Hunters these days have a few more options, like reading articles online or joining a hunting forum, but things still haven’t changed too much on that front during the last 20 years.
There Were Just A Few Problems With These Resources:
• The average hunter online or at the shooting range has a pretty limited (and usually very biased) knowledge of firearms and ammunition and are very likely to unknowingly give you misleading, out of date, or just plain wrong information. I'll bet that your buddy or the random guy at the range will just tell you to use the gear he/she uses because that's the extent of their knowledge on the subject.

• Many gun store clerks are just focused on selling you the latest and coolest “shiny object” sweeping the market (or just whatever they happen to have in stock).

• The ugly truth is that far too many hunting TV shows and magazines are just commercials for the products gun and ammo companies want to sell. Few will admit it, but hunting TV show hosts don’t always know what they’re doing either.
There are exceptions of course, but the fact remains that those are not reliable sources of information for most hunters.
The (Often Heartbreaking) Fact Is... You're Rolling The Dice By Taking Advice From A Guy In A Gun Store Or Reading An Article Online And You Run The Risk Of Setting Yourself Up For Failure Afield By Using The Wrong Firearm Set-Up For Your Hunt
I Felt A Duty To Expose and Demolish The Myths & Misinformation That Were Keeping Hunters From Being Successful.
So... I hit the books, hit the range, and hit the woods.

I devoted two years to researching and writing comprehensive and evenhanded cartridge comparison articles and I eventually created a massive online resource on cartridge comparisons.

But I didn’t stop there. I also created a podcast discussing many of the most popular topics from the blog, especially cartridge comparisons.

All the while, I continued hunting and gaining personal experience with different rifles, cartridges, and types of ammunition while pursuing game all over the world.

Since that fateful trip to Africa, I've hunted an incredible variety of game under a wide assortment of conditions ranging from black bear, feral hogs, and whitetail deer in Georgia, to pronghorn in Wyoming, to elk in New Mexico, to Himalayan Tahr in New Zealand, to cape buffalo in Zimbabwe, and all sorts of things in between.

Bottom Line: During the past few years, I've learned a TREMENDOUS amount about dozens of different rifles, cartridges, specific types of ammunition, and individual bullets along with what situations they're all best suited for.

My goal was to hit this problem hard, for years, to learn the answer to this pressing question:
Through All That... I Discovered There Are TWO MAJOR GAPS Most Hunters, Both Novice And Experienced, Have In Their Understanding Of Hunting Firearms And Ammunition
The first gap in understanding is...

The vast majority of hunters place FAR too much importance on caliber selection. Yes, selecting the right cartridge (caliber) is extremely important, but it’s far from the only thing that matters.

This is due to a couple of reasons. For one thing, caliber comparisons make for good conversation and debate. There’s not necessarily anything wrong with this and I love a good discussion on the pros and cons of this cartridge vs that one as much as the next guy. Additionally, many of the big rifle companies have realized that introducing new cartridges is a great way to goose rifle sales and increase profits.

I call the fascination with cartridge selection:
"Caliber Obsession"
Unfortunately, this fixation on cartridge selection tends to come at the expense of many other, extremely important factors. This obsession with caliber reveals that the information sources most hunters rely on for firearm and ammunition selection are inherently flawed and incomplete.

Like I said earlier, selecting the right cartridge to hunt with is extremely important, but that's just one step in choosing the right firearm set-up for a hunt, NOT THE ENTIRE PROCESS.

For instance, getting outfitted for an elk hunt should go a lot farther than asking other hunters online: “Is the .300 Win Mag good for elk?” (For the record, the answer to that question is YES!).

Far too many hunters obsess about choosing the right cartridge, but aren’t nearly as diligent in their rifle selection. Many of those same hunters will also use a bargain basement scope and ammunition. The rifle, cartridge, scope, and ammunition are all essential elements in getting properly outfitted for a hunt and must work properly in concert with each other for success.
Neglecting even one of those things can be a recipe for disaster!
This second gap in understanding is...

Those rare hunters who are able to overcome caliber obsession still often struggle to decipher what sort of performance they really NEED. Unfortunately, even the few hunters who truly realize what sort of performance they need don’t know which rifle and ammunition characteristics (like barrel length and contour or bullet weight, style, and material) actually DELIVER the performance they’re looking for.
Finally, even those lucky few who truly understand what they need and how to get that performance frequently have trouble deciphering the complex and often confusing marketing jargon gun and ammo companies use to sell their products.

Do you know what a Cerakote finish is and if you need it on your rifle? What does “minimum headspace” mean? Should you a scope with a CDS dial or parallax adjustment for your new rifle?

Certain hunters in some situations can really benefit from some of those rifle and scope features. However, other hunters do NOT need those things.

At best, they’ll just be wasting money on something they don’t need if they purchase them. At worst, buying a rifle with the wrong characteristics or features can dramatically reduce odds of success on a hunt, lead to trouble with law enforcement for using equipment that’s illegal to hunt with, or even lead to a dangerous situation.

Though few people like to admit it, this happens to novice hunters just as often as it happens with more seasoned hunters with years of experience under their belts.

This problem confused me at first.

But after all my work.... it made perfect sense. A light bulb turned on for me as I made the same realizations that you're undoubtedly making (or have recently made yourself).

That, in short:
Traditional Hunting Resources Are Very Good At Selling The Latest And Greatest Products Big Companies Want You To Buy...But Those Same Resources Are TERRIBLE For Educating Hunters On What Sort Of Performance They Actually NEED and How To Actually Select A Firearm, Ammunition, and Scope That Delivers That Performance!
Why Do Hunters Keep Having To Learn Lessons The HARD WAY......And Pay For The Current Lack Of Useful Hunting Resources With Disappointing Hunts And Unfilled Tags?
Well… The deeper I dug the more disappointed I became.

It seemed to me that the general consensus among the people who HAVE this information (the truly expert hunters and gun writers) was that…

This is privileged information that the average hunter either won’t understand or doesn’t need.

One of the most frustrating attitudes I’ve encountered is that “People want either ridiculously lightweight or super long range rifles, so let’s just give it to them.”
“With that in mind, we’ll keep making rifles either much, much lighter and easier to carry or specifically tailored for extreme long range performance, but significantly larger and heavier– never mind that they’re also getting much less useful for typical hunting situations – and let’s keep producing content for outdoor media that reinforces these desires.”

And that is exactly what has happened in recent years.
Hunting “resources” these days have degraded to the point where many of them sound like this: 
You MUST buy this new whiz bang rifle chambered in the new 6.5mm super lightning cartridge! If you buy THIS rifle, you’ll be able to instantly kill deer and elk 1,000+ yards away!
But because you’re still with me here, I know you see the problems with this attitude.

I know that you understand – like I do – that there are tradeoffs involved with everything and that you’re probably familiar with the saying:

“There’s no such thing as a free lunch.”
So I set out to prove two things:
First, that achieving a satisfactory level of education on hunting firearms and practical ballistics could be relatively easy.

I wanted to prove that not only could obtaining this education could be simple and fun, but that it’s also much easier (and often less expensive) than most people imagine to equip yourself with a hunting rifle that’s supremely reliable, very easy to use, comfortable to carry, reasonably priced, and extremely effective at getting the job done.

Not only did I want to build a comprehensive and useful educational resource, but I also wanted to prove that I could make this information so accessible and easy to understand that ANYONE could benefit from it, regardless of their existing skill level or age.

My goal was to build an educational tool that would work for a brand new hunter with virtually no existing knowledge about firearms as well as a tool that would make a hunter with many years of experience even more effective.

I wanted to prove that all this could be had without purchasing thousands upon thousands of dollars for top-end equipment and without an advanced degree in engineering or physics...
…but instead, that this information could be obtained for far less than the cost of your hunting rifle itself, and could be taught on your own time, in your own home.
When I Finally Cracked The Code
On What A Suitable Education On Hunting Firearms And Practical Ballistics Should Look Like ...
... I Realized We Needed An Entirely New Approach To Becoming A Responsible And Effectively Armed Hunter
•  A method that is logical and based on hard, scientific fact instead of looking at ballistics anecdotally through shooting range or gun store gossip.

 A method that does NOT make choosing an appropriate firearm for hunting out to be harder than it really is, but at the same time doesn’t sugar-coat the situation by saying that choosing an appropriate firearm is as easy as “buying a 30-06 and calling it good.” There’s a lot more to it than that, and I think you’re well aware of that fact. 

• A method that keeps the firearm aspects of hunting in perspective. The goal of this training is to choose an appropriate firearm set-up that facilitates a fun and successful hunt. That’s a very important consideration afield, but it’s also not the whole point of going hunting either.

Essentially, we needed an approach that helps us determine the appropriate level of performance we needed from our firearm on a hunt and what firearm characteristics we should prioritize to achieve that performance. At the same time, and perhaps most importantly, we needed training that would give use a good foundation of firearms and ballistics so we could understand the trade-offs involved with choosing our equipment.

This realization led me to develop the framework you’ll learn at Hunting Gun University: “The Perfect Hunting Gun Framework.”
The Perfect Hunting Gun Framework
See, far too many hunters are unknowingly hurting their chances of success afield by using a firearm set-up poorly suited for the sort of hunting they’re doing. These hunters fail to consider the big picture and do not take wholistic approach to selecting their rifle, cartridge, scope, and ammunition.
For example, where do most people begin with selecting a hunting rifle? At the gun store.

I made this mistake as well, so don’t feel bad! Not all guns and ammo are created equal though. So how can we know what firearm, scope, or ammo we should choose BEFORE we know what sort of game we’ll be hunting and what conditions are like where we’ll be hunting?

That’s why gun and gear selection is the final step in selecting the perfect firearm set-up for a hunt. Before we can look at gear, we must first determine what sort of performance we actually NEED for best odds of success on our hunt. Buying the wrong rifle or ammunition for a hunt can dramatically reduce your odds of success and just make the whole experience a lot less fun, plus that’s a great way to waste money as well.

Additionally, having a good understanding of what you actually need will help you resist pressure from people trying to steer you in the direction of what they want you to buy instead of what’s best for you.
That’s why analyzing the game you’re hunting and the conditions you’ll be hunting under is the SECOND STEP in choosing the best rifle and ammunition to hunt with. Only after you truly understand what sort of performance you need out of your rifle and ammunition can you take an honest look which firearms, scopes, and ammo will best serve you.

This is a vital step in the process that far too many hunters either skip completely or don’t devote enough attention to.

For instance, you need VASTLY different performance out of your hunting rifle set-up if you’re chasing mule deer in Colorado vs moose in Alaska. The same can be true with hunting the same species in different places, like whitetail deer in very thickly wooded areas east of the Mississippi vs more open country in places like Montana and Wyoming.

In each case, a firearm set-up that’s perfect for one of those hunts could be a terrible choice for the other and make it more likely that you’ll wound and lose an animal or just completely miss out on the opportunity to fill your tag. Either way, using the wrong gear is a recipe for disappointment.

Fortunately, this step in the process will dive into detail on what sort of performance you ideally want to have for hunting some of the most popular species of big game in the world. The same goes for various hunting situations like open country vs thickly wooded country, windy vs calm conditions, rainy vs sunny conditions, etc.

Then, we go into detail on what firearm and ammunition characteristics (like barrel length, cartridge selection, bullet type, etc.) affect firearm performance and the trade-offs involved with various features.

Have you heard the saying that fishing lures are designed to catch anglers more than fish? Well, the same holds true with a lot of hunting equipment as well.

After you do this analysis, you’ll realize that at least 50% of the guns and hunting gear out there are nothing more than gimmicks designed primarily to make people FEEL like they have the best firearm for their hunt, regardless of whether that’s true or not.

What about the first step?

We know the 3rd step depends on a solid base of knowledge from the 2nd step. Well, there’s one extremely important step you must take that’s the foundation for both the 2nd and 3rd steps.
When you’re selecting a tool for a job, regardless of whether you’re preparing for an upcoming hunt or buying a new car, it’s essential that you determine what you’ll be asking your tool to do FIRST. THEN, select your tool with that end in mind.

It’s important to realize that there’s no PERFECT hunting rifle, shotgun, or handgun out there.

A lot of hunters fall into the trap where they want to buy ONE rifle to do it all.

For instance, a hunter that lives in Florida might want a rifle that’s great to hunt whitetail with there. Then, they also want that same rifle to be easy to carry while climbing mountains on an elk hunt in Colorado while also having the capability to really reach out for a long range shot on a pronghorn at long range in heavy wind in Wyoming. They may also want to take that same rifle to Alaska for a moose hunt or to Africa to hunt plains game like kudu, wildebeest, and impala.

Regardless of what some people may think (or try to sell you) it’s impossible to get a single rifle that’s GREAT for every single one of those things that I just listed. 

That’s just a fact.

For this reason, it’s vital that you prioritize what’s more important to you while you’re looking for the best firearm for YOUR specific situation.

Once you have your priorities nailed down, THEN you can dig into what sort of performance you need to accomplish those goals and select the gear that’s best for the situations that are most important to you.

Prioritizing goals in this manner is what separates the casual outdoorsman from a hunter. Proper Analysis of your needs is what makes you a serious hunter. Using appropriate Gear further amplifies your effectiveness afield.

Unless you take all three steps in the right order, you are jeopardizing your chances of success afield and likely wasting your hard earned cash in the process..

I believe this shift in thinking is a critical element in the decision to become an effective and appropriately armed hunter.
I’ve Built A 6-Part Training Program That You Can Do At Your Home, Called “The Hunting Guns 101 Online Course.”
This is a program I have strategically designed to guide you through the process of selecting the perfect firearm, cartridge, scope, and ammunition to use for your dream hunt.

And even though this training program contains 3 hours of videos, explanations, concepts, lectures, real-life scenario breakdowns, and tons more – my biggest priority during the production of this program was to provide a fun, easy to digest, and interesting experience for the viewer.

I’ve already put this in the hands of countless hunters and it has received an incredible reception. Here’s what a few recent “graduates” from the Hunting Guns 101 online course have to say about it:

Rand F

I discovered your products while preparing for a hunt in Wyoming that my wife and I had planned for over a year. Neither of us had hunted elk or mule deer before, especially at the distances we anticipated. I learned an immense amount from you and you helped me choose which caliber, bullet and scope to use. We had tags for antelope, mule deer, and elk and were 100% successful in making one shot drops on all 4 animals, including a beautiful 381 yard shot my wife made across a windy canyon. It was a great vacation and the best hunting trip we ever had. Preparation was crucial and I honestly don’t think we would have been as successful had we not found you. Thanks much, John!

Matt A

I bought my first hunting rifle and scope based off your recommendations. Since then, I've used that rifle to shoot a several whitetail deer (including my first deer and my first buck!) as well as a few feral hogs. I shot this particular hog, which was my biggest ever, with that same rifle and it went less than 25 yards after the shot. What a rush!

Mark F

I have never elk hunted before. I didn't grow up hunting and had only recently gotten into hunting, but a friend invited me to go elk hunting in Wyoming with him. A buddy sent me a link to your site and I started researching elk hunting calibers and rifles. I eventually bought my rifle, scope, and ammo based upon your recommendations. That combo was a dream to shoot at the range and on my hunt, where I put 2 bullets through the vitals of my elk at 275 yards.
Here’s something I have to make very clear from the beginning:

First, this is not an extreme training program. I’m not trying to turn you into a Special Operations Sniper or an extreme hunter here. That said, when you finish the course, you will know as much or maybe even more than some of the most experienced and successful hunters out there.

Second, this course is for people who are ready to set aside gun shop lore anecdotal stories and pursue real world truth. It’s for people who know or who are ready to believe that ‘magic bullets’ and free lunches don’t exist. This program is for people who are ready to go to the next level.

And finally, this is not an advanced or a beginner training program. Instead, it is a COMPLETE training program. This means that you’re going to end up at a whole new level of education and readiness when you’re done..

I do not have an agenda other than to arm you with the truth. This program was not sponsored by any outdoor or gun company and I don’t receive any money from any sponsors or advertisers.

All you will get is the truth.

This program is based on years of experience afield, hundreds of hours of research, and interviews with some of the most accomplished and knowledgeable hunters and ballistics experts in the world.

Now I’d like to explain in greater detail what you will see, hear, and learn from each of the five modules of this program to help you make the decision that’s right for you.

But there's also a good chance that you're ready to invest in the Hunting Guns 101 course. If so, click on the button below to add the course to your cart and complete your checkout on the next screen.
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Or Read Below to Learn Exactly What You'll Get from Your COMPLETE In-Home Training Experience
The Hunting Guns 101 Course consists of five parts.
Part One covers the first step: Determine What You Want To Accomplish With This Firearm.
In this module, you’ll learn: 

• Why it’s important to begin with the end in mind and what that means when it comes to choosing a hunting rifle set-up.
• That there are trade-offs involved with every single aspect of firearm, cartridge, scope, and ammunition selection.
• A real world example of what those trade-offs look like.
• The pros and cons of buying a single, extremely versatile firearm vs buying several more specialized firearms.
• Examples of how recommended firearm performance can vary according to slightly different hunting situations and priorities.

Most importantly, you’ll have a good understanding of where you want to accomplish with your new firearm when you finish Part 1 that will serve as a good foundation for the remainder of the course.

When you’re finished with part one, you can move onto Part Two.
Part Two covers the first part of the second step: Analyze The Game And Conditions Of Your Hunt. 
In this module, you’ll learn: 

• What sort of ballistic performance is required to cleanly and ethically harvest them some of the most popular species of big game in the world from whitetail deer all the way up to cape buffalo.
• How to analyze the environment you’ll be hunting in to ensure you’re using equipment that’s well suited to the area where you’ll be hunting: thick vs open, windy vs calm, rugged vs flat terrain, rainy vs sunny, etc.
• The importance of considering your hunting style (like hunting from a deer stand vs spot and hunting in extremely rugged terrain vs spot and stalking in wide open, but very flat county) when choosing a firearm set-up.
• A real world example of what can happen if you use inappropriate equipment on a hunt.
• The importance of considering your personal strengths, weaknesses, budget, and what you just think is cool when selecting a firearm.

When you are finished with Part Two, you’ll understand EXACTLY what sort of ballistic performance you’ll need out of your hunting rifle to cleanly take the game you’ll be hunting under the conditions you’ll be hunting under. 
Part Three covers the second part of the second step: Determine What Equipment is Legal To Use.
In this module, you’ll learn:

• The intent of hunting seasons and why different countries, states, and provinces regulate various firearm and ammunition characteristics.
• High level overview of the different firearm and ammunition characteristics that are commonly regulated.
• What the various minimum caliber requirements are for hunting different species of game from deer, to elk, to cape buffalo.
• What a straight-wall cartridge is, examples of common straight wall cartridges, and which states require hunters to use them.
• How to read hunting regulations and determine for yourself what is and is not legal to hunt with.
• Detailed analysis of hunting regulations in Iowa in Texas as examples of what real world hunting regulations look like and how to decipher them.

When you are finished with Part Three, you’ll be able to read the hunting regulations for wherever you plan on hunting and determine for yourself with certainty what sort of equipment you can and cannot use.
Part Four covers the first part of the third step: Selecting The Best Firearm And Sighting System
This whole module is designed to teach you to evaluate firearms based on what you’ll actually need in reality instead of marketing gimmicks or appearance.

In this module, you'll learn:

• A real world example of how using a firearm that’s poorly suited for a hunt can dramatically reduce your odds of success afield.
• How to effectively evaluate firearms and their suitability for different hunting situations.
• How different firearm characteristics (like cartridge (caliber), barrel length, rifle weight, rifle finish, stock material, action type, etc.) affect rifle performance afield and the trade-offs involved with those different characteristics while hunting under different conditions.
• What cartridges are best suited for hunting different species of game like whitetail deer, mule deer, feral hogs, black bear, elk, moose, brown bear, and cape buffalo.
• Guidelines on which factors you should prioritize when selecting a firearm to hunt almost any species of game in the world and under almost any conditions.
• How rifle performance changes at different price points and the differences between rifles in the $300-800 range vs those in the $1,000-2,000 range.
• Specific rifle recommendations (and the pros and cons of each one) for those looking for an extremely versatile hunting rifle.
• This module also provides rifle recommendations (with a discussion of the pros and cons of each rifle) for those looking for a compact hunting rifle, rifles well suited for novice, small framed, and/or recoil shy hunters, a lightweight hunting rifle that still has good long range capability and is also well suited for use on bigger game, a hunting rifle that’s specifically designed to deliver the best possible performance at long range on all manner of big game, hunting rifles for those who are required to hunt with a rifle chambered in a straight wall cartridge, for those who are required to hunt with (or just prefer to use) a shotgun, and for those who want to hunt with a lever-action rifle. 
• How to effectively evaluate scopes and iron sights and their suitability for different hunting situations.
• How different scope characteristics (like magnification, objective lens size, reticle type, accessories like custom turrets, etc.) affect performance afield and the trade-offs involved with those different characteristics while hunting under different conditions.
• Specific iron sight recommendations
• Specific scope recommendations at different price points and for different types of hunting.

By the time you finish Part Four, you will be an expert on how to choose the EXACT firearm you NEED for the type of hunting you plan on doing! In fact, you’ll know more about that stuff than 95% of the other hunters you talk to online, at the shooting range, and even the people behind the counter at gun stores.
Part Five covers the second part of the third step: Selecting The Best Ammunition
Just like Part 4, this whole module is designed to teach you to evaluate ammunition based on what you’ll actually need in reality instead of marketing gimmicks or appearance.

In this module, you'll learn:

• A real world example of how using the wrong ammunition can lead to disaster on a hunt.
• The basics of practical ballistics for hunters.
• How bullets actually kill game.
• How to effectively evaluate ammunition and its suitability for different hunting situations.
• What certain commonly used “buzzwords” ammunition manufacturers use in their labeling actually mean with regards to their effectiveness and utility on game.
• Guidelines on which factors you should prioritize when selecting ammunition for hunting almost any species of game in the world and under almost any conditions.
• What bullet types and factory ammunition lines are best suited for hunting different species of game like whitetail deer, mule deer, feral hogs, black bear, elk, moose, brown bear, and cape buffalo.
• Specific bullet and ammunition recommendations for hunters who must use lead free ammo.
• Why some lever-action rifles sometimes require special ammunition for best performance and what ammo is best for those rifles.
• Specific low recoil ammo recommendations that are great for novice, small framed, and/or recoil shy hunters.
• Detailed description of the different types of shotgun ammunition and what lines are best for different types of hunting with a shotgun.

After you finish Part Five, you’ll have an outstanding foundation on ammunition selection, bullet performance, and practical ballistics. Once again, you’ll know a whole lot more about this stuff than the average hunter and be much better equipped to spot marketing gimmicks or misinformation spread by other hunters.
The Insider's Guide To Choosing The Best Gun For Hunting Almost Anything
($56 Value)
In this E-Book, I share the details of my proven “Insider’s Gun And Ammo Buying System” along with the 9 overlooked places where you can almost always buy guns, ammo, and accessories, even when shelves are empty everywhere else. These are the places where I’ve consistently found whatever I’m looking for (sometimes at a discount), regardless of how high demand is. This E-Book also reveals the 3 costly mistakes you’ll want to avoid when shopping for a new firearm.

Finally, this E-Book also provides detailed recommendations on some great firearm, ammunition, and scope options for use in various hunting situations in an easy to understand format. So, you'll be able to bypass all the other sources of information out there and get reliable, specific, and comprehensive recommendations on what will work best for YOUR specific hunting needs so YOU can start enjoying the hunts you've always dreamed about.
Access To Private Facebook Group 
($97 Value)
This online community gives you regular access to other experienced hunters and shooters (including me). So, you can ask questions, get feedback and help, and receive support as you move forward with planning your hunts as well with as firearm, ammo, and other gear purchases. I regularly post announcements on discounts and general availability of various firearms and related pieces of gear here, so you can stay up to date of the latest news and snag great deals as they become available. 
Quarterly LIVE Q&A with John McAdams
($97 Value)
I hold quarterly LIVE question and answer sessions in the Facebook group where you'll have the opportunity to ask me specific questions on whatever is on your mind. My goal is to give you personalized advice and ensure you're set-up for success on your hunts.
Okay. It's Time To Get Started.
I’d love to have you along for this journey. Below is a summary of everything that’s included with this training program. 

Just below that you'll see a button. Click on the button and you’ll be taken to our secure checkout page where you can sign up.

Here’s one last thing:
My Promises To You:
If you take this journey and sign up for this training, I give you my word on the following items:

• Lifetime Guarantee: IF you do not believe this was one of the best investments you’ve ever made into your hunting education, THEN I want you to have your money back. Period!
• Lifetime Customer Support: I'm not hiding behind a publisher. This is program was developed, planned, researched, produced, and sold 100% in house. I have my own customer support team and you can email us for support by clicking here.
Thanks for taking the time to read this letter and I hope you enjoy the course!

Happy Hunting!
John McAdams

P.S. In case you're one of those people who just skips to the end of the letter, here's the deal:

I'm giving you instant access to my "Hunting Guns 101 Online Course- The Playbook For Selecting The Perfect Firearm, Cartridge, Scope, and Ammunition To Use For Your Dream Hunt.”

There's no catch and no gimmicks.

You will NOT be signing up for any "trial" to some monthly program or any recurring payments.

If fact, if you don't love the course I'll even refund your money and let you keep access to the course and all the products anyway.

So, click the button below and get started today!

You won't regret it!
Discounts On Outfitted Hunts
Discounts On Quality Hunting Gear
Super Cool Bonus #3
So again, if you're struggling to select the best firearm for your dream hunt, understand this: 
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