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Both my Dad and I have done business with Buckshot. He offers pretty good product for the money but I prefer to assemble my own kit. Both quality and service for the stuff we've bought has been first rate.

To comment on his Ultimate food gathering kit:

The 110 Conibears and the snares are fine, good stuff. Never tried the raccoon and beaver lure, prefer the muskrat lure - I've used that. Mora knife and sharpener - prefer my own knife and don't like the sharpener. Gill net and frog spear are gotta haves. German mess kit and pack - blah. Prefer my own. Mini fire starter - prefer my big one. Six ways in and twelve ways out book - useful stuff. Emergency fishing kit - should be tailored to your own location, some stuff isn't real usable everywhere.

Don't get me wrong, I like Buckshot but his kit IMO is for beginners who have nothing.

BTW, some of his videos, though amateurishly made and full of prattle to make them last 60 - 120 minutes, are pretty good.

Respectfully submitted,

RIKA
 

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Interesting kit, thats a very hefty overall weight. Like erika, I'd prefer to put together my own kit. But it would be a nice addition to anyones vehicle.
 

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let's hope he knows more about traps and snares than he knows about guns and shooting, because he's LAME at the latter.
 

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The last comment reminds me of the pot, calling the kettle black!
 

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Andy, have you ever seen any of Buckshot's videos? I think you're just blabbering and jealous because Buckshot actually put together a website, shot some videos and actually is selling product.

If you're so good, why isn't your website up with books and videos to sell?

RIKA
 
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