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Products For Hunters
Cabela's operates giant sporting goods stores and has a huge mail order operation. Here are some new products in the company's latest catalog that caught our eye.

Cracker Whacker
Sharpen up your shotgun skills with the "Cracker Whacker". It throws round snack crackers up to 60 yards like a mini clay pigeon. With practice, you can learn to fling crackers straight, left, right, or in a dive or spiral. Crackers are less expensive than clay targets and are more of a challenge to hit. Best of all, birds and other wildlife clean up the mess.
Sells for $18.99.

"Scent Lock" Gloves
Activated charcoal seals your scent inside these gloves. They feature a soft warm lining and are available in uninsulated or insulated models. Insulated models feature a layer of 40-gram Thinsulate for warmth without bulk.
They sell for $24.95 (insulated) or $19.95 (uninsulated).
Also available in unlined models for $14.95.

Waterproof Electric Gloves
Prevent cold, numb fingers with these Lectra Gloves. Battery-powered heat kicks in on demand, The waterproof outer skin is lined with Polartec fleece. One size D battery (not included) lasts five to six hours.
Available in S, M and L, they sell for $34.95.

Deluxe Plucker
When you've bagged your limit of birds you can clean them quickly with this new portable plucker. Removes feathers - including pin feathers - in minutes. The replace-able rubber fingers do a thorough job with-out ripping the bird's skin. Powered by a 12-volt battery you can hook up to your car or truck. Comes complete with motor and hardwood base, or as a kit, which includes the Plucker head with an adapter to fit any hand-held drill.
Complete plucker sells for $299.99; kit for $69.99.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Cabela's, 1 Cabela Drive, Sidney, Neb. 69160 (ph 800 237-4444).

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