Packed with 1600 grams of Thinsulate insulation, the SuperMag Chest Waders from Cabela’s offer superior protection from the elements and enhanced comfort. The 5-mm neoprene material is outfitted with Armor-Flex, an abrasion-resistant shell that should keep these waders in use for many years. Air bob soles allow for all-day comfort when trudging to and from the blind. Included is a quick-detach, 24-shell holder and pouch for essentials. An enhanced handwarmer pocket is also included with the SuperMag waders. What sets these apart is the diversity of sizing—tall and stout are available for bigger folks. Shown here in Realtree MAX-5 camouflage, Mossy Oak’s Shadow Grass is also available. Price: $240 (regular), $250 (stout, tall). Contact: Cabela’s Inc.; (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com.
Product Preview: Cabela’s SuperMag Chest Waders
Collectors refer to these shortened carbines as “trappers,” but that term was never officially used by either Winchester or Marlin. Winchester referred to them as “Baby Carbines” or “Special Short Carbines” on the rare occasions when they were cataloged.
The term “inside out” can be taken literally or applied as a phrase to describe the thoroughness with which an idea is understood. In this month’s issue, we hope to illustrate that the latter especially is used as a guiding principle to keep the American firearm industry at the top of its game.
Fake websites are one of the biggest scams and a painful reminder to slow down, particularly during the holiday season, and double check before hitting that purchase button when online. Ammo, gear and even firearms are not immune to the growing trend.