On October 16th, 2015, the Acadiana SCI Chapter of Lafayette, Louisiana held its First Annual Sporting Clays Shoot at the GOL Gun Club, Maurice, LA. More than 100 shooters helped make the event a great success. The chapter event grossed more Continue reading New Louisiana SCI Chapter Holds First Event
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is conducting an art contest to select the design for the state’s 2015-2016 upland game bird stamp. This year’s stamp will feature the ring-necked pheasant. Continue reading Artists Sought For 2015 California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest
“The way we see is not determined by what we want to see, but by how we have learned to practice seeing!”…. Gadi Geiger.
My how the science is changing when it comes to how our brains really function and create the almost impossible synchronous movements we call skill. If you get the chance to see any of the episodes of “Brain Games” on National Geographic channel, don’t miss them as they are incredible at showing how proficient our brains really are and also how our brains can be tricked into thinking they see something that is really not there. Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – What You See Comes From The Brain!
Wayne van Zwoll taps his 50 years of big game hunting and research on rifles and cartridges (16 books, nearly 3,000 magazine articles) to deliver a lively, lavishly illustrated talk on “heavy guns” and the storied hunters who’ve used them. Learn little-known facts about bullets and loads, from monstrous 4-bore black-powder rifles of early Africa to pre-war Express doubles and Mausers, to Continue reading Big Bores – Black Powder Express to Belted Magnums