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Tips for shooting on challenging terrain [video]

shooting on challenging terrain video

Hunters and competitive target shooters are sometimes required to shoot from many different and potentially uncomfortable positions. To be quick and effective requires practice. In this video Clint Smith, President and Director of Thunder Ranch Training Center, walks us through a shooting course designed to simulate several real world shooting environments and provides helpful pointers how to engage targets more ...

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Tip of the Week: Back Off Buck Sign

By Field & Stream Tip of the Week: Back Off Buck Sign Hunting hot buck sign might not be the most effective strategy right now. Scott Bestul explains why. From: Field & Stream Views: 6 0 ratings Time: 02:04 More in Entertainment Source:: Field and Stream Video

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Setting Up a Pistol for Big Game Hunting – Part II

It’s ammo time! In this part of this series, I’m going to discuss some of the options out there for hunting pistol ammo. I’m also going to cover my handloads, both past and future. The truth be told, if you’re using any of the handgun calibers I had mentioned in my first part of this series, Setting Up a Pistol ...

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Virginia legislature allows hunting on Sunday in Virginia

Newtown, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) today hailed the bipartisan accomplishment of both houses of the Virginia General Assembly for passing legislation that will allow hunting on private property on Sundays in the Commonwealth. In the final step in the legislative process, the State Senate today by a 28-to-11 vote passed the repeal of the old 19th ...

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California Governor Signs Several Anti-Gun Measures Into Law

Jerry Brown signs new gun laws

California is going further and further down the slippery slope as Governor Jerry Brown today signed into law several measure that will do nothing to promote public safety, but will certainly infringe on the lawful ownership and use of firearms. Starting off, I had no idea the state of California was collecting so much information on gun owners. While most ...

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Major Milestone for Families Afield—1 Million New Hunters!

NEWTOWN, Conn. — The future of hunting is brighter today than it was nearly a decade ago thanks to the extraordinary success of Families Afield, an innovative program that has introduced 1 million newcomers to hunting. This impressive number demonstrates that interest in hunting remains high and that what’s needed to spark a lifelong passion for hunting is a proper ...

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Public Approval of Hunting Highest Since 1995

NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation reports that a new survey shows 79 percent of the American public approve of hunting. This marks the highest level of support for hunting since 1995, according to data compiled by Responsive Management, an independent research firm. The nationwide scientific survey showed the public’s approval of hunting rose five points in the ...

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Sportsmen’s Economic Impact Report Shows Increase in Hunting and Fishing Participation, Expenditures

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) released two new reports today documenting the importance of sportsmen’s activities in America. NSSF’s Hunting in America: An Economic Force for Conservation and CSF’s America’s Sporting Heritage, Fueling the American Economy reports provide detailed information about participation and expenditures by American sportsmen and women. The ...

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