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August 2017

Rob Pincus

Assessing Your Environment


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I don’t use the term “scan” because it is too superficial. When you Assess Your Environment you have to take time, focus and use your mind. It is not simply swinging your head around and hoping that the photons hitting your eyes are enough. You really need to both look and see things around you. […]

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Melissa Bachman

Hunting With Your Family Heirloom Rifle by Melissa Bachman


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For me, it’s a little less about the gun itself but more about hearing the stories of how it came into our family, the hunts it’s been on, and the memories this gun has created. Everyone in our family has used it on a hunt, and we’ve also spent time at the range shooting it […]

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Nikki Boxler

How to Start a Survival Fire


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Proper planning and packing are critical.  When venturing deep into backcountry for a hunt or hike, it is important to know what proper sources are available to use in a survival situation. Let’s break down building a fire into a three stage process: Tinder (no, not the dating app!), kindling, and wood. Tinder: Tinder is the […]

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Scott Leysath

Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sausage Party by Scott Leysath


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Turning game meats into sausage is a relatively simple process. You mix lean game meat with something fattier, like pork or feral swine, add some seasonings and smoke, bake or pop it into a low-temp covered grill until it has reached a safe internal temperature. The process does take a little time, but it’s passive […]

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Live the Legend

How to Hit More Targets and More Game


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How many hunters do you know go out each season a week or two before the opener, fires a round or two at a papertarget to make sure the scope is “still on” and hitting within an inch or two of the bullseye, opine, “yep, I’m good.” Then when the moment of truth comes during […]

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Rob Pincus

Lateral Movement in Defensive Training


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In the real world, that movement may very well be directed towards moving behind concealment or cover. On the range, I teach people to move laterally while performing those tasks. In the absence of cover or any other position of advantage, Lateral Movement is going to be the best use of your energy and time. […]

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Becky Yackley

Building Responsible Gun Owners – One New Shooter at a Time by Becky Yackley


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So, get your kids and new shooters involved in competitions – from trap and skeet, to USPSA, 3 Gun, and other practical and action shooting events. In shooting, there is something for everyone.

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