Hunting | Country living | American Made Hunting Gear
Hunting is a tradition and is as much about country living RFD lifestyle, as is country music.
Hunting wild game across the rural fields and woods provides a breath of fresh country air. It is what makes the hunt fun and relaxing just being in the great outdoors. Well, that’s until a big trophy buck struts right out in front of you, then your heart starts pumping the adrenaline starts flowing and before you know it the shot is taken and the buck is down on the ground.
Hunting is a tradition and is as much about country living RFD lifestyle, as is country music. It is a privilege that not many get to enjoy or maybe even understand or respect.
Early morning before the sun rises and the air is still crisp and cool is when the deer begin moving, and the wild turkey can still be found on the roost.
A toot on the owl locator call and a faint turkey call back in the distance gives the turkey hunter an idea where to set up for the best spot to bag one of these elusive birds.
A few clucks on the turkey box call to see if they answer back and just maybe come a looking for that hen.
The sound of sticks crashing in the brush is surely two bucks staking out their territory and one of them just might be the trophy buck spotted during the end of last year’s dear season. A couple of puffs on the dear grunt might just bring them in closer to see if another buck might be trying to move in on the territory.
Hunters depend on hunting and game calls to bring in the big game, and the better quality calls bring them the trophy hunts. Why would anyone buy the best gun on the market, the best gear, and invest in the ATV and other equipment to get them to the hunt only to skimp on the hunting calls?
CCW Hunting and Game Calls understand quality, durability and realistic sounding game calls. In fact CCW Game Calls are some of the best sounding and best working game calls on the market. They are also some of the best looking and something you will be proud to display on the home or office desk during the off season. These are the heirlooms that will be passed on to the next generations.
What makes these calls so unique is that they are Amish crafted, using the same quality cabinet and furniture building skills that the Amish are so famous for. Other hunting gear at CCW is built in similar cottage based small business shops by American craftsman, who like the Amish have acquired their skills and talents from previous generations.
The gear is of such high end quality that CCW has named it the American Heritage Inspired Hunting Gear Collection as the styles, quality and craftsmanship used today has remained the same as what was used in the earlier times in our country.
If you are currently in your 50s, 60s, or 70s before the T.V. outdoor hunting shows and magazines became popular, you may remember picking up an early addition of Outdoor Life Magazine, or a hunting gear catalog to just spend hours dreaming of someday owning the quality gear that were in the featured sections.
In fact Outdoor Life Magazine just did a feature story this past March 2011 on the Cottage Craft Works Amish hand carved gun stocks. They still feature the high end quality hunting gear articles and see the quality craftsmanship that CCW craftsmen provide.
You won’t find cheap imports in this online store, but you will find a whole lot more products for outdoor country living, all made with the same values and craftsmanship of the sustainable culture found in the Amish communities.
You can purchase CCW Hunting and Game Calls as well as the American Heritage Inspired Hunting Gear at Cottage Craft Works .com or just click on this link.
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