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August 2016

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Kim Rhode Sets Olympic Record


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Here’s a look back at Rhode’s march to Olympic history: In 1996, Rhode became the youngest Olympic shooting champion in history when she won gold shooting double trap at the age of 17, according to NBC Sports. She followed that performance by taking the bronze in 2000 in double trap at the Sydney Olympics. Rhode […]

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Getting Ready for the Fall Season to Come – Part 2


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Make sure timber stands haven’t been cut, see what has been planted in agricultural fields to know whether it will attract deer or other game you might be hunting, and check stands and blinds and make any repairs. Storms can obstruct trails or even alter game trails so this is good to know. Dried up […]

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Melissa Bachman

Sighting In Your Shotgun This Summer For Turkey Hunts This Fall


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I would never recommend for people to just use this, but it’s a great way to compare and contrast different combinations to get you the best results possible. Range tine is super-important so Winchester’s Patternboard plus range time is a killer-combo. Now that a best combination is determined, put some targets out at the range and […]

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Writer Ernest Hemingway’s Winchester Side-by-Side Shotgun


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The American novelist who gave us “The Old Man and the Sea”, “A Farewell to Arms” and so many others was also a skilled hunter who enjoyed African safaris. Here is a little more history on Winchester firearms, and a glimpse into some of the history surrounding Hemingway’s Winchester side-by-side.

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Getting Ready for the Fall Season to Come – Part 1


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The mercury may still be flirting with triple digits where you live and a pool look more inviting than a deer stand, but fall hunt seasons will be here before you know it with some set to crank up in just a matter of weeks. In fact, for deer hunters, the first firearms deer season […]

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Melissa Bachman

Tips for Proper Gun Sight-In


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When it comes to sighting in your rifle, you need to be patient and pay close attention to detail.  This is the time to get everything prepared for later and you don’t want to cut any corners.  First, if you’re mounting the scope yourself the number one thing to remember is to not over tighten […]

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