Mark Nyholm

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Do Diesel Engines Burn Oil?

Diesel burning oil

All diesel engines burn some oil as a normal part of operation. This can be a problem in modern turbodiesels with diesel particulate filters (DPF).



Tips for a Successful, Safe Hunting Season

Maintenance and safety are the two biggest considerations for a safe, successful hunt. Here’s our hunting checklist to ensure you’re prepared this season.



How to Prevent Diesel Fuel From Gelling

Prevent diesel fuel gelling

Diesel fuel gelling and frozen diesel can clog the fuel filter and leave you stranded. Learn why this happens and what to do to prevent it.



Deer Hunting Tips

A successful day deer hunting starts before opening day. Here are a handful of tips to follow to maximize your chances of filling your tag this season.



How to Clean a Gun for Hunting Season

Don’t let a misfire or jam at the worst time ruin your next hunt. Watch how to clean a gun and get it ready for hunting season.



Firearm Lubricant Scent: Does it Scare off Game?

AMSOIL firearm cleaner

Have you ever heard the saying, “the nose knows?” Some of us have bigger noses than others, but in general animals have a far more advanced sense of smell than the humans who hunt them. If you’re a seasoned hunter, you know that your clothing, your choice of hunting products and your hunting spot all

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What’s the Best Hearing Protection for the Gun Range?

Shooting hearing protection

Summer weather is finally here, at least for us in the northern half of the U.S. and Canada. The longest day of the year, June 21 – the summer solstice – has come and gone.



Should You Use Diesel Competition Oil?

dodge ram 5.9 cummins dyno pull

April is here, and for those who love to spend time at the drag strip challenging their reaction time, on a dirt strip hooked to a sled, or tied down on a roller dyno grunting for power, the diesel competition season is upon us.



We Hunters Do Anything for Each Other

yellow lab hunting dog

Hunting season in the upper Midwest passed quickly this year. Some diehards, however, just can’t put down their shotguns quite yet, so it’s back to the fields for some late-season pheasant. Count me among that group.