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Becky Yackley

FIND FRIENDSHIP AND SPORTSMANSHIP IN THE SHOOTING WORLD


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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, marksman of all ages…come one, come all and enjoy the world of shooting sports! Not many sports allow male and female participants to compete side-by-side. The physical variables that give bodies with larger muscles and longer limbs an edge are a matter of physics. Even in this modern day […]

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CELEBRATE NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS MONTH


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America is celebrating the first-ever National Shooting Sports Month, (August 2017), which promotes firearms safety, a variety of shooting sports disciplines and overall increased participation on the range. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and other major industry manufactures, including Winchester, are supporting this initiative to showcase the positive benefits the shooting sports contribute to communities […]

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HOW TO HIT MORE TARGETS 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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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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TIPS FOR BREAKING MORE CLAYS


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Whether you are in the mid-summer swing of sporting clays or skeet shooting competition or preparing to get warmed up for fall bird seasons, improving your shotguns skills are crucial. Follow these tips for improving your game on the course or in the field. Develop a Consistent Mount – This is something you can practice […]

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Ron Spomer

GEARING UP FOR THE RANGE


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If you don’t want to waste ammo, time and money, gear up properly before heading to the range to zero your rifle or test new loads for accuracy. By eliminating as much human error as possible via a solid anchor, you can determine what your rifle and ammo are doing without worrying that YOU may […]

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“THE GRAND” SHOOTING EVENT


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In just over a week, the World Shooting Recreational Complex in Sparta, Ill., will become the center of the shotgun sports universe as one of the most prestigious and celebrated shooting competitions gets underway. The Grand American World Trapshooting Championships (known simply as the Grand American to competitors) kicks off Aug. 2 and will run […]

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Nikki Boxler

Seven Benefits to Shooting Clays Birds This Summer


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7.) Master the follow through. Swinging through your shot may sound easy, but it’s harder than you might think. While aiming at a moving target, your body will naturally want to stop the swing while pulling the trigger resulting in a miss. Shooting clay birds will help you learn to lead your target and continue […]

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