American Outdoor Adventure TV series celebrating Memorial Day with combat veterans, Chance Giannelli and John Rogers hunting Hogs at night using Night vision goggles, thermal scopes combined with suppressed AR rifles. John Rogers, a disabled serviceman was the first to use Tactical Hog Controls Action Track Chair, provided by Clark Osborne and his wife Lisa. To see more or AOA go to AOAHunting.com
Friends of the show are invited out to Washington State for a bear hunt on the peninsula. We fill four tags, two of those were filled by Crystal Bonnell on the same day. All of them at a range of 270 to 300 yards wit the Horus Vision system, using the H59 in a Bushnell HDMR scope.
The Coyotes in Eastern Washington are so tough we think they might be Zombie Dogs. You have to see the show to understand and believe just how tough they are. Be sure to Like us at American Outdoor Adventure and you could win a custom Chance Giannelli knife. And at AOAHunting.com click on the Gear Giveaway and you could win a new 4500 Kestrel with Atrag Ballistic software installed. And for all your shooting questions of any kid but especially long range and precision marksmanship go to GoAskHorus.com.