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David Williams

Every hunt doesn’t have to result in meat for the freezer and antlers on the wall. It’s the sights and sounds and people that leave lasting impressions.
Luke Clayton

Walking back to the ranch headquarters after an afternoon mule deer hunt last week in northern New Mexico, I stopped to cast a backwards glance at the night sky and the outline of the Continental Divide, the summit of which lay about a half mile to my west. A brilliant bright sliver moon was well above the Divide and just below the moon appeared the most awesome display of multi layered clouds painted in colors that my camera and long lens simply could not do justice to.  The sun had long disappeared over the western horizon but still gave just enough light to illuminate the night sky.

Luke and David enjoying a little range time shooting the Texan Big Bore airgun www.airforceairguns.com  in .45 caliber.
Luke Clayton

In today's show, Luke visits with his friend David Williams from New Mexcio. David and his wife Regina own Hunters Supply (www.hunterssupply.com) and make millions of bullets each year. Today's topic is the venerable old 30-30.

David Williams showing off a 1,200 yard group he shot with his Ruger Hawkeye Long Range Hunter in 300 Win. Magnum caliber.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with David Williams, owner of Hunters Supply (www.hunterssupply.com). David is a life long gunsmith and gives some tips on making a factory rifle shoot better groups. 

Luke Clayton

Luke visits with David Williams, veteran gunsmith and owner of Hunters Supply http://www.hunterssupply.com/ in New Mexico and talks shooting in general and big bore air rifles in particular. David is a native northeast Texan and an expert in just about anything related to shooting and hunting.