Tom Claycomb III
Tom loves hunting small game such as pigeons and whistle pigs with his air rifles. He attended the first two Squirrel Master Classics and has tested airguns for Sig Sauer, Winchester, Umarex, Ruger, Daisy and Walther. He is now on Pro-staff with Crosman.
He is an Outdoor Writer and writes for numerous magazines, websites and newspapers and conducts Outdoor seminars from Texas to Vegas and on up to Alaska. You can find some of his airgun articles on Gunpowdermagazine.com, AmmolandShootingSportsNews, BassPro1Source.com, Ron Spomer Outdoors, Hunters Folder or the current issue of NBS Magazine.
Giveaways at each of Tom’s Seminars! Don’t miss these chances to win!
AIRGUNS FOR SMALL GAME HUNTING SEMINARS
-Drawing for a Remington Express Hunter .22 cal. Nitro mag Break Barrel Air Rifle
BACKPACKING 101 SEMINAR
-Drawing for an Aquimira Filtered Water Bottle
-Drawing for some Adventure Medical Kits footcare items
GLASSING FOR BIG GAME SEMINAR
-Drawing for some Riton Optics caps. Will give away some stickers and patches.
KNIFE SHARPENING & CHOOSING THE PROPER KNIVES
-The first 15 people at both seminars will receive a Smith’s 2-step sharpener.
-A drawing will be held for at each seminar for a Smith’s knife sharpener.
SMALL GAME HUNTING WITH AIR RIFLES
In this seminar you will learn about the different designs of modern air guns, the good and bad of each model, different designs of pellets and how to get into the modern airgun world. The modern airgun is not your old Ralphie’s Red Ryder. They are a real gun and some spit out pellets at 1,450 fps. Remember, a .22 only cruises along at 1,250 fps.
HOW TO PROPERLY SHARPEN A KNIFE
I always say that 100% of the outdoorsmen use a knife and yet I bet less than 5% can sharpen one. It does take some skill but it doesn’t require a PhD. Come to this seminar and I’ll teach you how to sharpen your knife. I’ll also teach you how to steel your boning knives.
PROPER KNIFE SELECTION FOR YOUR OUTDOOR NEEDS
A knife is a tool. Just like a screw driver. You need 5 different designs of knives in the outdoor world. And no! One knife won’t serve all of your needs. You don’t just have one screwdriver do you? There are a lot of weird designed knives on the market now. Before you purchase a knife, you need to determine what task you wish to perform. Attend this seminar and you’ll leave knowing what design works best for which job. We will not cover tactical knives, just which designs fit best in our Outdoor World.