Author: LisaDeming

Congratulations To Our Latest Pro Membership Winners!

Congratulations to our latest Pro Membership Winners! Kenneth Spanton of Yakima, WA – Utah Trophy Elk hunt with Mossback Guides & Outfitters Rick Farnsworth of Annabella, UT – Hybrid Light Set Ed Farr of Draper, UT – ALPS Outdoorz Pack Sheryl Bartels of Tacoma, WA – Browning Range Kit Ty Goar of Alto, NM – Outdoor Edge Cut-n-Que Set Lyndon Wagler of Odon, IN – Phone Skope & Pyro Putty Become a Sportsman’s News PRO Member Today and You’ll Be Eligible to Win Hunting and Fishing Trips Worth up to $400,000. Go to www.promembershipsweepstakes.com to see details on the...

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Trigger Time: Dry Fire Training

Dry Fire Training and Utilizing a Timer By: Jalise Williams Whether you shoot in competition, conceal carry, law enforcement, military, etc, you should dry fire. Dry fire is a great way to practice without spending a lot of money on ammunition. There are many skills that can be learned and perfected in dry-fire. People tend to steer away from dry-fire because it is boring. It can also tire you out easily. But, if you keep with it for a couple days, weeks, months or years, you will see the improvement in your shooting. When dry firing, you want to...

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Island Point Lodge

By the Sportsman’s News Team When venturing to Alaska, many dream of catching fish after fish, with their size converting into what legends are made of. Some dreams will come true, while others – well at least the overall experience was worth the trip. Many things factor into play that can affect success when visiting Alaska. Weather is a big one as it can affect how active the fish are before and after cold fronts and in some cases, the weather can just make things miserable on the fisherman – period. Another big factor that comes into play is...

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Heaven in Hell’s Canyon

Summer Sturgeon with Hammer Down Excursions By: Matt Messerly Hiding, just North of Rigby, Idaho, just a stone’s throw from the shores of the mighty Salmon River, and a short drive from the incredible rapids and slow churning sturgeon-filled pools of the Snake River in Hell’s Canyon, is a town you’ve most likely never heard of. Settled in 1891, White Bird, Idaho is home to 91 full time residents, was the point of Lewis and Clark’s crossing of the Salmon River, and was named after Chief White Bird, who led the Nez Perce to victory in the first battle...

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NSSF Releases Firearms Production Figures

More than 17.7 million Modern Sporting Rifles in Private Ownership The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearms industry trade association, released the 2017 Firearms Production Report to members. The report compiles the most up to date information based on data sourced from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF’s) Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Reports (AFMER). Key findings for public release showed: The estimated total number of firearms in civilian possession from 1986-2018 is 422.9 million, according to data reported in the ATF’s Firearms Commerce Report in the United States 2019 report and including the preliminary...

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