Hunting And Fishing Affiliate Riches Resale Rights Ebook With Video

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Table of Contents

History of Hunting: …………….3
Hunting Safely:…..5
Basic Firearm Safety For Hunters: ………6
Gun Safety for Hunters: ……..8
First Aid For Hunting Safety: 9
Survival Tips for The Hunter:…………….10
Picking the Best Rifle: ………11
The Nature-Friendly Hunter: ……………..12
Turkey Hunting: .13
How to pick the perfect gun for shooting turkeys: ……………..14
How to have a successful turkey hunting season: ……………..15
The Fine Art of Bow Hunting: ……………16
How to choose the right bow for hunting: ………….17
How to Skin a Deer: ………….18
The Adventure of an African Hunting Safari: ……..19
The Problem with Canned Hunting: …..20
Exploring the Dangers of Bear Hunting:…………….21
The Joy of Duck Hunting: …23
Hunting Rabbits: 24
Quail Hunting: ….25
Using Hunting Dogs: ………..26

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History of Hunting:

Hunting game for food, clothing and shelter is a big part of the story of the human race. It predates the human civilization we know today in many ways. There are many discoveries that are being made that confirm that notion. An Asian fossilized spearhead discovered recently was dated at over 16,000 years old, for example. There is also evidence that we used larger animals for food almost two million years ago.

The earliest form of hunting involved, as far as the experts can tell, involved weapons like spears or bow and arrows shot from a distance. Believe it or not, our ancestors caught their food using the same method we use to catch the bus to work when we’re late. We ran after it. Before he learned to use long-range weapons, early man had no other way of catching his dinner than being persistent and wearing it down over a long trek, sometimes even in the oppressive midday heat. Some early hunters would chase antelope over 20 miles in heat over 100 degrees. Persistence hunting would be the order of the day. African hunters would chase a Kudu, which is an early version of the antelope, by startling the animal so it ran away. They would chase the beast at a fast pace, and, while the faster Kudu would always be further ahead, the hunters would catch up to it when it took time to rest in the shade. The hunter would eventually finish the animal off with a spear, but not until he was at close range. This type of hunting is still practised in Southern Africa.

With changes in human society, hunting evolved. As we began to grow our own food and keep animals, hunting became a specialized task. Not just the traditional masculine endeavour anymore, hunting became a specific duty with tradesmen acquiring precise training. The other trend was hunting becoming the sport and leisure domain of the upper classes. It was here that the English word ‘game’ became common.

Other Details

- 25 Articles (TXT, DOC)
- 2 Ebooks, 27 Pages
- 15 Part Autoresponder Email Messages (TXT)
- 30 Videos (MP4)
- 9 Graphics (PSD, JPG)
- 13 Keywords List (TXT, EXCEL)
- FB Posts, Infographic, Reviews
- Year Released/Circulated: 2014
- File Size: 410,539 KB

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[YES] Can be sold
[YES] Can be used for personal use
[YES] Can be packaged with other products
[YES] Can modify/change the sales letter
[YES] Can be added into paid membership websites
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[YES] Can be offered as a bonus
[YES] Can be used to build a list
[YES] Can print/publish offline
[YES] Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
[YES] Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[NO] Can modify/change the main product
[NO] Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
[NO] Can be given away for free
[NO] Can be added to free membership websites
[NO] Can convey and sell Private Label Rights
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