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DIY Cumberland Deerslayer

DIY Cumberland Deerslayer

By J. Wayne Fears

You, too, can put together a special rifle for the area you hunt. Photo: The author’s Cumberland Deerslayer was designed for tough mountain hunting in the Southeast. It was the hike from hell. To get into the mountainous fold of land so the wind would be in my favor required me to go straight up a bluff thick with cedar and limestone boulders...

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Copyright 2017 by Buckmasters, Ltd.

Copyright 2017 by Buckmasters, Ltd