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June 2017

Nikki Boxler

Celebrate the 4th With Quick & Easy Jalapeno Poppers by Nikki Boxler


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Here is what you’ll need: Cream Cheese Pheasant Jalapeño Peppers Bacon Seasoning or marinade of your choice   Step 1: Cut pheasant breast into 2” slices and rub with seasoning. Step 2: Preheat the oven or grill to 400 degrees. Step 3: Cut the jalapeños in half length wise and scoop out all of the […]

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Rob Pincus

Choosing 9MM as a Defensive Caliber


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Performance: When it comes to performance from a defensive bullet, I suggest people look for consistent penetration of 15” through light or heavy clothing in 10% ballistic gelatin. These are two standard tests performed by many entities, including the FBI. The FBI Testing Protocols are the standard by which most law enforcement agencies judge a bullets […]

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How to Find a Place to Hunt and Shoot


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Here are several strategies for improving your odds. Reach Out to Rural Family and Friends – “It’s not what you know but who you know” has never been truer than when it comes to finding a place to hunt. Landowners will be much more likely to grant access to people they know or people who […]

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Becky Yackley

Summer Break – Time for Some Shooting With the Kids


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And to answer why kids SHOULD have those Nerf guns – they’re fun. Sure, every mother of boys vows to never let another one enter the house, but when Christmas comes and they are drooling over the “mega, super, gazillion-round foam blaster”, you know you’re gonna cave. So set some rules and make it a […]

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Melissa Bachman

Summer Squirrel Hunt With Pork Chop – Part II by Melissa Bachman


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Out plan was to take out the 17 WSM and do a little squirrel and raccoon hunting on the reservation. Upon arrival we noticed one major problem. The grass was so high Pork that Chop could barely see over it. So, nearly impossible for her to see anything above eye-level. Not wanting to give up […]

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Olympic Day: Celebrate With Thousands Across the Globe


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Olympic Day is a celebration for youth around the world to observe the Olympic values of excellence, friendship and respect. It is also a celebration of the Olympic pillars of move, learn and discover. On this day back in 1894, Baron Pierre de Coubertin began the task of reviving the Olympic Games. Seeing immense value […]

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Nikki Boxler

Time to Prep for Deer Season – Like Now!


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2.) Sight in Your Gun Many folks wait until the week before deer season to head to the shooting range to sight-in their rifle. Instead, sight in your gun ahead of time which allows more time to practice and get comfortable taking shots at greater distances. This is a great time to practice in various weather […]

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New From Winchester – Expedition Big Game


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All cost hundreds if not thousands to buy. They make sure they have the best clothes and boots to keep them concealed and protected from the elements. Again, more hundreds of dollars are spent. Other gear such as binoculars, rangefinders, shooting sticks or bipods and more are not only essential gear on such a trip, […]

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