Host Michael Slee and Chance Giannelli are learning together from the local hunters they’ll meet across the country. Chance will be sharing his knowledge about precision long range marksmanship, as the winner of the 2010 International Sniper Comp and an expert instructor of the Horus Reticle and AtragMX ballistic software.
The American Outdoor Adventure TV series is for the do-it-yourself outdoors men and women. It’s all about the hunting enthusiast who loads up the truck and heads out for the weekend to hunt as hard as they can before it’s time go home and back to work on Monday. These hunters will probably never hire a guide or hunt from a catered lodge; they value the right tool for the job and appreciate the sharing of knowledge amongst brethren hunters.
Clark Osborne, owner of Cottonwood Armory and Tactical Hog Control and friend of the show will join the guys as they head to Washington state to join past alumni Dan and Crystal Bonnell of Bruin Bay Outfitters as take their time off from guiding clients to go own their own hunt.
We’re hunting on the Quinalt Indian Reservation. The only place in the State of Washington that has a Spring Bear season, allows you to hunt over bait and you can buy more than one tag a day… That’s why we call this show the Two’fer. Someone is going to bag two bears in the same day at long range. Don’t miss it!
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Clark Osborne of Cottonwood Armory and Tactical Hog Control has not only donated a hunt for a wounded Warrior. Clark and his wife Lisa took it upon themselves to purchase an Action Track Chair and modify their hunting vehicle so that they could specifically escort wounded warriors with spinal injuries, amputations, limited mobility. The first person to drive the Buddy Mobile as it was named after the family that donated it in the name of their father who recently passed is Ret. SFC John “Jay” Rogers. Chance Giannelli’s hunting partner and best friend. They served together in the Army and have remained the best of friends. We are honoring the Independence Fund who works to raise the need funds to see that every Veteran who wants and needs an Action Track Chair will have one.
If your are a true Patriot this should hit you square in the gut that the Veterans Administration refuses to give our service men and woman Action Track Chairs. Please watch and tell every Patriot you know about this program. Its not just about a good time hunting, its about giving someone back their passion for life.