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Ink in the Sky: The SST Ravens Shooting Team
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Shoot United Film Highlights the Excitement of Youth Shooting Sports and a Quest for Victory In the highly competitive world of youth-organized activities, thousands of athletes across the United States are turning to the shooting sports. At the high school level, the shooting sports are considered the fastest-growing activity, with an increase in
Safariland Introduces New Limited Edition Tiger Stripe Camo Holsters
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Jacksonville, Florida – Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets and one of Cadre Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE: CDRE) (“Cadre”) key brands is continuing to listen to the market and offer specialized printed limited edition holster
New Gamakatsu® Fillet Knives – Now Available!
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Custom-designed Gamakatsu® fillet knives are the newest edition to the stellar Gamakatsu line of fishing and outdoor products. Four different-sized fillet knives are designed in the USA with attention to detail. Gamakatsu hits all the points on what goes into a practical, purpose-driven set of fillet knives for the novice or professional.  The new
CMP Announces Retirement of Three Prominent Board Members
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The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) would like to announce the retirement of three long-time Board members: Judith Legerski (Chairman), Jon Bengtson (Treasurer) and Harry Sieben (Secretary). Each played a significant role in the foundation of the CMP as a renowned organization while also serving their country through charity work and public pos
Wild Turkey Conservation Aids in Delisting of Endangered Tortoise
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From increasing opportunities to go afield to making forests safe against catastrophic wildfires, the NWTF’s conservation work has far-reaching impacts that benefit overall ecological value. The delisting of the gopher tortoise in much of its historic range is a recent demonstration. Just as wild turkeys benefit from active forest management, so do
Briley Continues Support as SCTP Bronze Sponsor
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Briley, famous for chokes and tube sets is continuing its support of the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) at the Bronze Level. Historically, Briley’s support of the SCTP surges ahead of the National Championships, with Briley’s expert team lending assistance to teams and athletes preparing for the biggest competition of the year. Now as a seas
Venison vs Beef? Which Is Healthier For You?
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By: Staff Writer Bowhunting360.com Bloomberg Businessweek reports that although deer hunting appears to be a nonconformist activity in theory, that’s not the case. And surprisingly it’s bowhunting that appeals to many who are motivated to eat healthier. Hunters who tend to be motivated by healthy lifestyles and organic food and, sometimes, are wary
Washington State Spring Bear Fall Update
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  As you may recall, last spring hunters in Washington lost their spring bear season when the Commission voted 5-4 in favor of not having a spring bear season.  The commission is meeting again on November 18th to discuss development of a spring bear policy.  This despite over 48 years of data supporting that the spring bear hunt does not negatively
Grizzlies In Washington?
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The National Park Service is reevaluating former grizzly bear reintroduction plans for the Cascade mountains in Washington state. If the plan is approved, Washington’s Cascade Mountain range will see grizzlies reintroduced to the region.  “…the plan could bring in 5 to 10 bears every year, with the hope of reaching a population of 25 — a “minuscule
5 Dos and Don’ts of Working While RVing
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The recent pandemic was no fun, but I can think of one good development: working while RVing is now easier than ever. If you’re also thinking about trying the lifestyle, don’t turn the key just yet. My five best tips for working while RVing from anywhere are critical reading before you give it a try. The 5 Dos and Don’ts of Working While RVing Many
Montana Wolf Season Halted by Courts
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A district court judge in Helena has put a halt to the current regulations to a few districts in Montana as of Tuesday. The changes are follows: According to a release from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the changes outlined in the temporary restraining order are as follows: Reinstitutes wolf management units (WMU) 110, 313, and 316 as they exis
How To Choose A Crossbow Scope? 4 Expert Advice
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A crossbow scope is a type of optical sight specifically designed for a crossbow. Unlike a traditional rifle scope, a crossbow scope features an elongated design that compensates for the relatively short distance between the bow and the target.  In addition, crossbow scopes typically have lower magnification levels than rifle scopes, as this allows
10 Winter Festivals to Put on Your Radar
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If any of these winter festivals are within visiting distances of you and yours, we highly recommend the trip to fully enjoy the season.    Temperatures may be dropping, but the festival season is just warming up. Whether you’re looking to extend your holiday vacation or get your family uncooped from the house, there are still plenty of events to k
Game Hunting in Hawaii – Best of the Islands Guide
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If you decide that you want to go to Hawaii for your next big hunting trip, then you need to know a few things. Not just about how to hunt in Hawaii, but also about where to hunt and what you can find on each island! Thankfully, Hawaii has several places and animals you can hunt, so read this guide and then get on your hunting trip! What Animals Ca
The End-of-Year Checklist for Campers
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The end of the year is a time for rest, reflection, and preparations for the year ahead – including your travel plans. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of opportunities to make 2023 an even better camping season and to get ahead of the curve.  Whether you’re getting a jump on reservations or investing in new gear, upgrading your RV or comp
Brucellosis On The Rise???? Or Is It????
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In a post covid world my gut says that it is a fair statement to say we are all a little more sensitive to any headline that has something to do with disease. In my circle of friends CWD and Brucellosis are the two wildlife related diseases that tend to get the most attention. Yes, EHD is a big one too, however that tends to be cyclical and the whi
Camping World’s Guide to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
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Visitors to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park have the opportunity to experience firsthand just how powerful and awe-inspiring our planet can be. The park gives travelers the chance to get up close and personal with Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, two of the most active volcanoes in the world. These fearsome peaks continue to shake, rumble, and spew ash and la
American Technologies Network (ATN) Expands Footprint in Texas: Third Location Opens in Houston
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The U.S. leader in tech optics brings high-quality rifle scopes to Houston hunting community. American Technologies Network (ATN Corp.), a leader in the tech optics industry, is bringing high-performance night vision and thermal imaging smart optics to Houston, Texas with the opening of its new retail store located at the Houston Galleria, 5015 Wes