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September 2017

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Scott Leysath

Making Sauces From Game Stock by Scott Leysath


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Stocks can be reduced by simmering at low temperature in an uncovered pot. Once reduced, the flavor is much more concentrated. One of the benefits of reducing stocks prior to freezing is that it takes up much less room in the freezer. For a simple pan sauce, simply add a few tablespoons of the reduced […]

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Live the Legend

Defensive Calibers


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9mm – By far one of the most popular all-around calibers for concealed carry and defensive use. Offers a great balance of power, portability and capacity. Pros: Accurate, reasonable power without excessive over-penetration concerns, moderate recoil makes it easy for all shooters to handle and ammunition is some of the most readily available in stores […]

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Ron Spomer

How to Take and Make Odd Shooting Angle Shots


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The odd truth is that your bullets will strike higher than normal shooting downhill AND uphill. The up and down part makes no difference. Only the angle matters. The steeper the angle and the more distant the target, the higher your bullets will strike from their horizontal trajectory curve. I know. This sounds crazy. But […]

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Becky Yackley

A Behind the Scenes Look at a Shooting Match by Becky Yackley


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Come along on this video blog from Becky Yackley and see more.

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Melissa Bachman

Pattern Your Waterfowl Gun Now – Here is How by Melissa Bachman


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When patterning a shotgun, I like to get the entirepatterned perfectly around the dot I’m aiming at. Some people like a certain percentage of the pattern high, but for me I want it dead on. I tried shooting my shotgun at 30-yards using both Winchester Blindside in BB and 3-inch 2 shot. I like to […]

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Nikki Boxler

Long Range Shooting – Part I


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 Many areas of our farm land where I live are comprised of agricultural fields and open meadows spanning several hundred yards. The opportunity to increase my shot range would be a huge advantage. So without hesitation, I gladly took her up on the offer! I arrived a few days early to get settled in and […]

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Scott Leysath

Don’t Waste Critters- Making Stock From the “Remains” Made Easy by Scott Leysath


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I don’t think that it’s malicious, I do think that they just don’t know what to do with the other parts. When it comes to animals, whether it’s what’s left of a store-bought roasted chicken or a Thanksgiving turkey carcass or deer bones, I always turn scraps into stocks. You have to agree that a […]

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Ron Spomer

Animal Targets Cure Buck Fever


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Build the muscle memory of raising it to your face with both eyes open and focused on your target until it appears in the scope. Don’t focus on the scope. Focus on the target. Keeping scope power turned low helps in the beginning because of the wider field of view. You don’t need ammo for […]

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