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News and Updates
July 30, 2009
Please Welcome
Brendan LoCicero
our first ProStaff. See
his Picture & Read his
Biography on the
ProStaff page.


June 18, 2009
Added New Pictures
of Brendan & Charlie
using The Outlaw
Sling and TBO Game
Carriers and Wrist
Drags.

June 3, 2009
Wrist Drags and
Game Carriers added
to line of products.

March 13, 2009
Announcing a new
add-on to the Outlaw
Sling - Shell Loops!  
You can have them
on either side or both
sides - 2, 4, 6, 8 loops,
your preference. Just
let me know when
ordering what you
want.

October 5, 2008
TBO Has added New
Colors to our line.

August 26, 2008
Announcing the
Camouflage eCaller
Sling.

Coming Soon:
The Camo Outlaw
Sling.
Read our
announcements on
the bottom of the
Products Page

August 5, 2008
New Pictures
Added Pictures of a
Jenn using The
Outlaw Sling in the
Photo Gallery

August 4, 2008
New Pictures
Received Today.
These Pictures are
of  Jenn the wife
of  Lungbuster.
Jenn is carrying
her rifle on the
Outlaw Sling.  A
short video has
also be included.

July 31, 2008
Coming Soon!
The Outlaw eCaller
Sling for FoxPro
and Minaska  

July 17, 2008
Quick Releases Added

July 15, 2008
We are still offering
FREE shipping until
further notice.

July 15, 2008
The Outlaw & The AR
Rifle
For all of you that are
interested in using
The Outlaw Sling with
your AR Rifle, We
have placed pictures
on the Photo Gallery
Page for you to check
out.
The Pictures were
taken and modeled by
Sean Willis of the
Predator Masters
Forums. He has his
rifle in an upright
(barrel-up) position,
and in the
barrel-down position.

July 7, 2008
Mail Order Form
Added!



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Gary & Brendan's Saturday Afternoon Badger Hunt
go for an afternoon Badger hunt. So he came and picked me up and we went back to his house, so that he I
called to talk to Brendan on Saturday around 12:30pm, we talked awhile and by 1:15pm we had decided to
could get ready to go.

We left his house around 3:30pm. We arrived in the sage around an hour later. We got to our first calling
spot, the weather was good, until we sat down, at which time a storm began to come toward us, the wind
began to literally howl from the north, sounded like a tornado was coming, just roaring, I looked to the
south and there was another storm coming to the north, where the two storms merged right above our
heads. Brendan and I barely got into the pickup when the deluge began. The trail were on turned into a
river, and the low spots become lakes, we drove through one of the lakes and I thought that it was going
to submerge the truck, mud bogging, what fun.

Back to the badgers. Brendan and I were driving along a dirt road in another area, and found a badger
crossing the road, so we sat up and tried to call the badger, but it wouldn't respond. Brendan got up and
went and put the stalk on the badger, finding it he shot it. Not only did he shot it, but he shoot it in the back
of it's mouth/throat, and the bullet exited in the middle of the back.

Here is Brendan, his badger is the one closest to him.



































The badgers are taking a tailgate nap! But they are using my Rem. 700V, 22-250 Rem. as their protection.
























































The other badger is the one that I shot. We were driving down the road, and I saw it's head sticking out of a
whole right next to the road, so I yelled "STOP Badger!" So Brendan slammed on the brakes, I bailed out of
the truck, the badger stuck it's head out looking at us, I got the crosshairs on him, and then he took a step
out farther, so I laced him with my 22-250 Rem, with some rounds that Brendan had bought for me for my
Birthday, they were Remington 45 gr HP's. They shoot great out of my rifle. The bullet entered in the neck,
and had no exit, it was great. Brendan does tanning, so I am having him do it, and do the skull for a mount.

This is my Rem. 700V 22-250Rem, with the GSPHA Sticker on it.


































Yeah! I know that I am not pretty enough to be in pictures! But! Someone has to do it!!!

You can see in this picture of the bullet entrance in the neck. There was no exit. 45gr Remington HP Bullet.
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