Second, in Lawrence Pyne's "Kicking Up Cottontails," he claims that "no species makes better eating." Hello!!?? What planet does this guy live on? I am a rabbit hunter too, but here are some of the other game meats I've tried that make better eating: moose, pheasant, elk, antelope, oryx, quail, deer, grouse, crane, goose, dove, and duck. And I'm sure there are others I haven't tried yet.
John Merwin's November Sportsman's Toolbox on chain-saw maintenance overlooks one very important fact: All handheld power equipment produced since 1996 falls under EPA emission-control regulations, and one of the ways in which these standards are met is through the use of low-emissions carburetors, which have a very different adjustment technique from what was described. While the method outlined in the article is basically correct, it is for pre-1996 saws only, and the "rough adjustment in the woods" would most probably result in severe engine damage due to an excessively lean air-to-fuel ratio.
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