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August 2017

Melissa Bachman

How Summers Clays Will Help You Become a Better Shooter in the Fall


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Clay targets can be done by going to your local range, but there are also many throwers you can purchase if you have property where you can legally and safely shoot. Growing up, ,my parents always kept a clay thrower bolted to a big stump – this is what we’ve always used. It’s nothing fancy, […]

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Nikki Boxler

How to Get Youth More Involved in the Outdoors


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Forgive me for sounding like the “back in my day…” old lady but, I often times find myself reminiscing of the good old days where I spent most of my youth outside on a tractor or riding a horse! Now I’d be lying if I claimed technology hasn’t tightened its grip on many aspects of my […]

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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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Live the Legend

USA Shooting Heads Overseas to Porpetto, Italy


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Winchester is a longtime sponsor of USA Shooting and has a special supportive relationship with Kim Rhode, who in the last Olympics became the only woman in history to win individual medals in six consecutive Olympic games. She is also the only United States athlete to win six consecutive individual medals and the first to win […]

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Rob Pincus

Selecting a Defensive Handgun


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Based on that experience and knowledge of what you are most likely to need from your defensive pistol, I recommend that you start with a modern striker fired handgun from an established manufacturer chambered in 9mm that fits your hand. I also recommend that you choose a model that has no manually operated safety lever […]

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