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August 2017

Ron Spomer

Stay Cool – You Got This


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Know Your Gear You know how you panic when you have to present a speech or song in front of the church congregation or school class. If you think about it, a big part of the reason was probably because you weren’t prepared. You probably didn’t truly know the material. And that meant you weren’t […]

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Becky Yackley

Find Friendship and Sportsmanship in the Shooting World


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But sports are about YOUR abilities, and not about what artifices can create equality. Sports test what YOU can do, both physically and mentally. A sport that levels physical differences to bring men and women into competition together is shooting. Not all types of shooting, and not all the time – there are always outliers […]

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Melissa Bachman

A Dove Primer for the Waterfowl Season


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Over the years spending time out hunting doves there are a few things I’ve picked up to make your hunt more enjoyable. One of the most important is to ensure you have a nice chair to sit on. We usually use 5-gallon buckets with a spinning lid. This is an easy solution      that keeps you […]

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Nikki Boxler

Tune Yourself up for the Season-To-Come


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1. Step-Ups Step-ups are a great way to improve balance, increase cardiovascular function as well as increase your lower body strength.   How to perform:• Begin by standing directly behind the cooler with your hands on your hips or at your sides (whichever feels more comfortable). • Step up with your right foot, placing it firmly […]

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Live the Legend

Celebrate National Shooting Sports Month


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In fact, as NSSF encourages people to share their experiences of shooting at a participating range through social media, they ask that they use #LETSGOSHOOTING in their posts. “Our first National Shooting Sports Month is set to be a tremendous success, thanks to hundreds of manufacturers, ranges and retailers across the country signing up to […]

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Scott Leysath

Everyone’s Favorite – Time to Clean Out the Freezer


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  You don’t want to be wasteful and you really did have plans to load them into the smoker and make a nice spread to serve with cheese and crackers. If it’s been frozen for three years, there’s a chance that it’s just not worth keeping. Frozen fish doesn’t get better with age and, since […]

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Live the Legend

Choosing the Best Choke for Your Game


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For dove and easily decoying waterfowl, a modified is ideal. Below is a list of popular chokes and their optimal ranges for the best patterns. Choke                          Ideal Range Skeet                             15-25 yards Improved Cylinder       20-30 yards Modified          […]

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