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July 2017

Melissa Bachman

BENCH SHOOTING TIPS TO PREP FOR THE BIG GAME SEASON TO COME


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Spending time shooting is one of the most important things you can do to prepare for the upcoming hunting season. While any time spent shooting is helpful, there are a few things you can do to make you even more effective at the shooting bench. First, think about what type of hunts you have planned […]

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Nikki Boxler

TREESTAND #101 SAFETY TIPS


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In this video, I am going to review basic tree stand safety. It is important that if you intend on hunting from a tree stand to follow these basic yet important safety tips. Remember to get comfortable using your full-body safety harness with your treestand at ground level before climbing into the tree and never leave the ground without wearing your […]

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Scott Leysath

MAKING SUPER-EASY MEAT SAUCE FOR VENISON BURGER OR SAUSAGE


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Whenever I make a meaty red sauce, I make a giant batch. I’ll use some of it for a few days on pasta, chicken, over burgers, with meatballs or spread over pizza dough. The rest is divided into smaller batches, cooled and packed for the freezer. When I’m short on prep time, I can quick-thaw […]

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Live the Legend

TIPS FOR BREAKING MORE CLAYS


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Whether you are in the mid-summer swing of sporting clays or skeet shooting competition or preparing to get warmed up for fall bird seasons, improving your shotguns skills are crucial. Follow these tips for improving your game on the course or in the field. Develop a Consistent Mount – This is something you can practice […]

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Ron Spomer

GEARING UP FOR THE RANGE


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If you don’t want to waste ammo, time and money, gear up properly before heading to the range to zero your rifle or test new loads for accuracy. By eliminating as much human error as possible via a solid anchor, you can determine what your rifle and ammo are doing without worrying that YOU may […]

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Becky Yackley

LIFE LESSONS GAINED BY HUNTERS AND SHOOTERS


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There was a recent Facebook post that I saw with the story of a young mother whose husband stopped the car on their neighborhood street and got out, telling her to go home and put away the groceries they’d just bought, and then come back for him. She was confused, said yes, and as she […]

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Melissa Bachman

PRAIRIE DOG PLINKING – GREAT SUMMER RIFLE PRACTICE


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Summer activities come in a variety of forms, but in my opinion the best of all are the activities that are not only fun but help others! First on this list would be prairie dogging! In many areas prairie dogs have become a huge nuisance and can be difficult to get rid of. There towns […]

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Nikki Boxler

MUST HAVE SURVIVAL TOOLS


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We are all aware of a variety of essential survival tools, but how many of us actually keep them in our pack or on our person? Although no one expects to be in a survival situation, it is always a best practice to be prepared for the worst. So, before heading out to hunt this […]

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