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.