Electron Marketing Motivation opens the show which focuses on two new powerful muzzleloading pistols, the Traditions’ Vortek and CVA’s Optima, which were test fired by the author, and a Kickstarter Project that will enable the show to continue.
Also featured are the nitride finishing of Cabela’s Buffalo muzzleloading revolver to give it a durable matt-black finish compared to the mirror-finish on the stainless steel gun. This treatment not only improves function, but makes the gun less likely to spook close-range game. This treatment is available for $200 a gun from H&M Metal Processing of Akron, Ohio. The gun must be shipped disassembled, and no springs can be nitride coated, as the heat process alters the temper of the steel.
A Kickstarter Project “Professionalize Hovey’s Outdoor Adventures” was launched on May 15 to raise money for new computers and broadcasting equipment to allow the show to continue. This fund-raising effort will end on June 15. If the full amount of $8,800 is not raised, the show will be discontinued June 30, and no ones credit cards will be charged. There will be a final broadcast on June 22. Archived shows will still be available on Apple’s iTunes.
The cooking section features Moose Nose and Head Cheese which are made from the gelatin extracted from boiling parts of the animal containing connective tissues, such as snouts, feet and paws. Root vegetables, peppers and pickles are mixed with the eatable meat from the animal, spices, cooled and congealed into clear blocks. These are sliced and consumed as needed as a spread on bread or melted and served over rice or potatoes.
Ads on the show include Brother Bob’s Electron Motivation Marketing Service and Bottled Water From Trash Mountain that gives you the taste of the Los Angeles Basin and its partner Glow In The Dark Water from the Nevada Nuclear Test Range and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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Professionalize Hovey’s Outdoor Adventures