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August 2017

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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Scott Leysath

VENISON AND WINE PAIRING #101


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Dear Scott, My snotty friends all make fun of me because I drink white wine with venison. They tell me that I’m missing out on what they call “the complex pairing of a well-seasoned piece of lean, grilled meat with a peppery zinfandel.” What should I do? I don’t like red wine and I really […]

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Ron Spomer

ZEROING IN FOR HUNTING


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Deciding the distance at which to zero a hunting rifle depends on several things, starting with the cartridge and bullet you’re shooting. But then the size of your game, range at which you hope to shoot and more enter into the equation. Here’s how to decide whether to zero at 100, 200, 250 or even […]

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Live the Legend

USA SHOOTING HEADS OVERSEAS – PORPETTO, ITALY


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Members of the USA Shooting team start competing Thursday in Porpetto, Italy, in the ISSF Junior World Cup shotgun competition. Twelve of the USA’s best junior shotgun athletes have made their way there to compete in the lone World Cup dedicated specifically to Junior shotgun athletes in the ISSF season. For most of the U.S. […]

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Rob Pincus

SELECTING A DEFENSIVE HANDGUN


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When it comes to selecting a defensive handgun, reliability is the most important thing you need to look for. If you can’t rely on your defensive handgun to work when you need it, nothing else really matters. While you can certainly go to any number of resources to get recommendations in regard to reliability, your […]

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