I had first got the idea of going rabbit hunting after eating rabbit soup while in Russia, the meat was delicious and had a texture similar to chicken. When I returned to Arizona it was February and prime season for rabbit hunting. I did a little research online to try and find the best place to go but as is usual, and I don’t blame them, only vague general locations were given! So I took to a trusty tool for Arizona hunters called Habimap.com. This is a state resource website that details land usage using a GIS (Geographic Information System) and it enables you to look at and analyze multiple layers of land data. For my purpose I turned on the land ownership layer and the topographic map layer. I found some State Trust Land and National Forest about 45 minutes from home that had what looked like some decent valleys and washes for the rabbits to live in.
The midwest industries Saiga quad rail is designed to fit all Saiga Rifles and is a clamp on, you do not need the AK ring lock to use this hand-guard. It is made with aircraft aluminum and weighs in at only 10oz . The quad rail is easy to install in just a few minutes and while it runs at a higher price ($110.00) than its polymer counterparts it is made up of quality parts and has held my light and forward grip in place for years, no issues.
The above title may seem a little ironic considering that Survival Kits are what we do here at Wild Hedgehog. However I did not create this company just to sell people high quality survival & medical kits. Wild Hedgehog was created to supply people with the right gear and provide our customers with the right knowledge to use it. Because at the end of the day owning a Wild Hedgehog kit is not enough to get home alive, you must have the proper knowledge on how to use it.