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August 2017

Nikki Boxler

HOW TO START A SURVIVAL FIRE


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Enjoying a campfire during calm, summer nights is among the most relaxing ways to kick back and enjoy life with family and friends. Starting a fire in the comfort of your backyard prepared is easy – grab some firewood, a lighter and a starter log and you are good to go. But, what happens if […]

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Scott Leysath

HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME – SAUSAGE PARTY


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  No doubt you’ve heard the expression, “Never visit the sausage factory.” Of course, that’s because most folks just don’t want to see what goes into making sausage. We’ve all heard tales of lips, ears, glands and all things gristly that, once passed through a meat grinder, get crammed into a casing and loaded into […]

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Live the Legend

HOW TO HIT MORE TARGETRS AND MORE GAME


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As with any activity humans decide to pursue, they only get better with practice. From baseball players taking fly ball after fly ball, golfers hitting ball after ball (for the pros, thousands a week), Navy pilots practicing touch and goes on a carrier deck, and a surgeon doing years of residency to perfect his art, […]

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Ron Spomer

ACCURACY TESTING AMMO


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Not all ammunition shoots accurately in every rifle. To determine which your rifle likes best with minimal fuss, try this system of initial 3-shot group testing combined with careful record keeping. Come along on this video blog from Ron Spomer to learn more.

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Rob Pincus

LATERAL MOVEMENT IN DEFENSIVE TRAINING


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Earlier this week, World Champion Shooter Rob Leatham and I released another episode of our continuing “Worlds Collide” video series. It dealt with Shooting & Moving. Both Rob and I agree that you generally don’t want to try shooting and moving at the same time during a defensive gun use: Plant & Shoot! But, what […]

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Becky Yackley

BUILDING RESPONSIBLE GUN OWNERS – ONE NEW SHOOTER AND CHILD AT A TIME


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Friendship, safety, and life lessons rolled into one a day at the range are all part of what the shooting sports holds for families. From spending time with peers, with parents, or with those we mentor, every firearm owner can grow in their safety skills when they attend competitive events.  For youth, the promise is […]

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Melissa Bachman

HOW SUMMER CLAYS WILL HELP YOU BECOME A BETTER WING-SHOOTER THIS FALL


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When it comes to planning and preparing for fall hunts there are many ways to accomplish this. You want to ensure your gear is in tip top condition, your guns are sighted in, and that you’ve spent sufficient time at the range shooting. One thing many people forget about is practicing for wing-shooting! I shoot […]

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Nikki Boxler

HOW TO GET YOUTH MORE INVOLVED IN THE OUTDOORS


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Technological advancement and their benefits can be seen and felt all around us – its impact on our society and what it allows humanity to accomplish are invaluable. But, I am not alone in realizing the many drawbacks to having seemingly endless technologies available at our fingertips 24/7, 365 days a year.  These drawbacks become […]

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