Arkansas was once referred to as "The Bear State" by early settlers who found the territory home to a vast number of bears. Pronounced "Bar” State, although never officially adopted as a nickname, characterized Arkansas as a sportsman’s paradise, with bear hunting the pinnacle of a hunter’s experience. Today, more than 4,000 bears roam the dense forests of the region.
$12.00This 7 inch long, pewter wick trimmer will trim and catch wicks. A special designed tray catches wick residue, keeping your candles looking clean.
An indispensable tool for heavy shop use or for use with counter top adhesives, glue or caulking. All metal construction for industrial use. Aluminum rollers and steel handle for construction and manufacturing applications.
We know you're always on the move. We also know a camera is no good if it can't keep up so we've are happy to introduce you to a camera strap with a Colorado twist by using heavy duty climbing rope to secure your point and shoot at all times. It is durable and lightweight.
Comfortable, sturdy, and adjustable; the three most important aspects of a camera strap. This version succeeds in all three categories, and attaches to your camera without metal hardware that can cause damage to the body. Easily detachable if you're shooting from a tripod. Constructed from a combination of 3.5 and 5.5 oz. vegetable-tanned Meridian English bridle leather, the camera strap attaches to your camera with two high-density nylon cords. Each is burnished, dyed, waxed, and stamped with Tanner Good's signature maker's mark by hand.