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Pathfinder Pocket Hunter Review and Demo

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Pathfinder Pocket Hunter Review and Demo
Pathfinder Pocket Hunter Review and Demo
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Play Cooking Video Preparedmind101 jailbreaks from the backyard and gets back out in the woods with his bushcraft advisor William Myers to review and demonstrate the Pathfinder Pocket Hunter. This device is the culmination of many tests and tweaks by Dave Canterbury of the Pathfinder School, and has become an outstanding compact hunting tool, capable of taking large game. We break down the ins and outs of it, and demonstrate how William is good at shooting it, and I suck.
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