Ask A Bulletsmith – What is your favorite hunting season?

We asked a few handy Sierra Bullets bulletsmiths: “What is your favorite hunting season?” Overall conclusion – these bulletsmiths love hunting, but they do each have their favorite seasons as well.  Check out their answers below.  We would love to hear from you too, tell us what you like to hunt in the comments below.

Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant answered “About September to May”

Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz answered “Turkey now, but water fowl in my younger days.”

Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin answered “So far, whitetail deer season”

Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks answered  “Whatever is in season. I love to hunt squirrel, rabbit, deer, turkey, waterfowl, hogs, etc. My favorites are squirrel and deer. OK, if I have to pick one, it would be squirrel hunting.”

Ballistic Technician Paul Box answered “Varmint season of any kind”

Chief Ballistician Tommy Todd answered “Deer season”

VP – Sales & Marketing Matt Reams answered “Quail is my favorite, although the quail hunting is pretty crappy anymore.  Still love it.”

Production Toolsetter Brad Vansell answered “Deer season (gun and bow)”

Ballistic Technician Gary Prisendorf answered Missouri deer season”

Production Manager Chris Hatfield answered Missouri whitetail deer season”

Maintenance & Machine Shop Lead Craig Westermier answered “Duck season”

Production Resource Manager Dan Mahnken answered Deer season is the only hunting season, Right?”

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One Response to Ask A Bulletsmith – What is your favorite hunting season?

  1. David Ruppel says:

    I love to hunt anything with a handgun. I also rifle hunt and traditional bow hunt with a longbow.
    Calling in Bears is my favorite hunt but Elk, Mule deer, Cougar, Jackrabbits, Sagerats and coyotes follow close behind.
    I just love hunting, it’s best in the fall of course.
    Rupe

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