Scott Sporting Dog Balanced Training Dummy Helps Train Puppies to Carry Game Birds Correctly
The Scott Sporting Dog Balanced Training Dummy is specially designed for training puppies to properly carry game birds, and is an exclusive Scott Sporting Dog design. The retriever training dummy is ideal for training force fetch and hold and continually reinforces the dog’s instinct to balance what it is carrying. The design encourages the dog to hold the dummy in the center. Construction features include a solid plastic center and closed cell foam filled soft canvas end pieces. Canvas ends allow for the application of Pheasant, Grouse or other training scents and are washable. Continue reading
A5 Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades
Morgan UT- For 2013, Browning introduces the A5 shotgun with a 3½” chamber. This marks the first ever recoil-operated 3½” Browning shotgun. Five A5 models will be chambered in the new 3½”, 12 Gauge: A5 in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades, A5 in Realtree Max-4, A5 in Mossy Oak
The recoil-operated Kinematic Drive system allows the A5 to cycle a wide range of loads. The A5 features the Vector-Pro lengthened forcing cone and the new Invector-DS choke tube system to deliver tight, consistent shot patterns. To reduce felt recoil, the A5 comes with an Inflex II recoil pad.
As part of its “S.A.F.E. Summer” campaign to focus attention on the importance of safe and responsible firearm handling and storage, the National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) today announced its “Top Ten” list of safety tips firearm owners should remember to help ensure they are taking responsible precautions with firearms in their home.
“Nearly all firearm accidents in the home can be prevented when gun owners take simple precautions, and proper storage is the number one way to help prevent accidents” said Steve Sanetti, NSSF president and CEO. “Anyone who is going to own a firearm should respect it and secure it when not in use to help prevent firearm accidents and misuse.” Continue reading
Photo credit by Caleb Spiegel, USFWS and Flyways.us
The May Breeding Surveys have concluded and conditions vary greatly across the waterfowl breeding range. Overall, pond counts will be lower this year with breeding pairs will be near the 2011 and 2012 counts in most areas.
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In an average year the complexity of conducting the survey is monumental at best. This season the late arrival of spring and harsh weather patterns added widespread delays and difficulty to the entire process. Despite the delays caused by these storms, they did provide much needed rain in areas in many areas of the Dakotas. Continue reading