Today we have the honor of hearing from one of our most senior writers Adam Scepaniak. Adam has been with TFB for years now and has filled many of the gaps that the blog would otherwise have unfilled without him. Adam has extensive knowledge in regards to hunting – especially for his home region in the snowy white north of Minnesota. Adam is currently the Managing Editor for AllOutdoor.com and as you probably already know, a frequent contributor to The Firearm Blog as well as OutdoorHub.com.
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In addition to firearms and hunting Adam is also known to enjoy a nice glass of whiskey in the evenings, getting into water gun fights with large house fires, wrestling various species of bovine, and participating in ritual feats of strength and stamina. Other than that, Adam is also a somewhat closeted fanboy of the Springfield Hellcat and the Minnesota Vikings.
TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #32: AllOutdoor Managing Editor, TFB & OHUB Staff Writer Adam Scepaniak
This week on the podcast we have our very own Adam Scepaniak. Adam has been with TFB for several years now and has contributed much to both TFB and our sister sites. Adam is an avid hunter and outdoorsman with decades of experience with hunting in the great white north of Minnesota.
While not a prepper, Adam is a staunch supporter of “being prepared” for if (or more likely when) you find yourself without first world comforts and supplies and it shows through in how he presents his writing and his personality. Adam is the current Managing Editor for AllOutdoor.com which focuses more on traditional hunting and outdoorsman activities. You can find Adam on Instagram here.
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