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Peak Rock Capital Acquires Hunter's Specialties

Austin, TX, April 4, 2014 – An affiliate of Peak Rock Capital (“Peak Rock”), an Austin, Texas based private equity firm, announced today that it has acquired Hunter’s Specialties, Inc. (“Hunter’s Specialties” or the “Company”), a leading manufacturer and supplier of hunting accessories.

Ray Eye's Top 10 Turkey Hunting Tips

1. Turkey hunters need to change with the times.
Wild Turkey numbers today are at an all-time high; hunters across America have a great opportunity to enjoy this highly assessable, wonderful renewable resource. High turkeys densities mean more hens to compete for gobblers, Turkey hunter numbers are at all-time highs, yes, additional competition for gobblers.

H.S. receives award from National Rifle Association

At the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Hunter’s Specialties was honored with a plaque from the National Rifle Association as a “Friend of NRA Corporate Partner.”

The plaque reads “With a shared objective of supporting the shooting sports, Friends of NRA’s National Corporate Partners go above and beyond the call of duty. Thank you for your generous contribution that will help safe-guard programs that prepare today’s generations to be tomorrow’s guardians of the Second Amendment.”

The Stuff of Legends airs on The Sportsman Channel

Hunter’s Specialties’ award winning TV show, The Stuff of Legends, is now airing on the Sportsman Channel.

For nearly 20 years the Hunter’s Specialties cameras have recorded some of the most exciting and entertaining hunts by their Pro Staff members and friends. More than just a hunting show, The Stuff of Legends always features plenty of tips from the pros to help viewers learn how to be more successful.

See your local listings for air times.

Wayne Carlton: Even the Best Bowhunters Can Miss Their First Elk

Editor’s Note: You may be one of the best archers in your state and perhaps have harvested a good number of whitetail deer. You may be very confident in your ability to place the arrow and make an effective shot. However, the first few elk hunts that you go on, if you have a big bull at very close range, you may not be able to make the shot that you think you can make. Here’s what happened to an excellent bowhunter when he went on his first elk hunt.