Category Archives: Guns & Hunting

Enjoy exciting hunting stories told by SCI members and read about the latest guns and gear they’re using in the bush.

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SCI Seminars – Hitting with Your Handgun


Il Ling New
Il Ling New

This February the Annual SCI Convention will once again bring a wide variety of informative and exciting seminars to the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

Join Gunsite rangemaster Il Ling New for Hitting with Your Handgun.  An entertaining and informational seminar to help you improve your shooting.

As hunters we are usually more than comfortable with our rifles and we tend to bag our limit with our shotguns, but are you getting the most out of your handgun? Defense or hunting, pistol or revolver and whether you have been shooting for a lifetime or are brand new to handguns, spending an hour in this course will  provide important and easy-to-apply tips and techniques that are guaranteed to improve your handgun skills.

Seats for this seminar are filling fast. Register for yours today!

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Flashback Friday – North of the Border Bucks


huntforeverCoverND83On Friday we scour the SCI archives and dust off a story from our past. This week, we travel back in time to southern British Columbia for bragging sized mule deer. This story originally appeared in the November/December 1983 issue of Safari Magazine.

“Shoot the Buck! Shoot that Buck!” Henry’s voice crackled with excitement. The problem was that the only deer I could see was a doe. Continue reading

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Vote to Keep Your Legacy Alive


camovotingIt’s election time again and like most of us, you’ve probably been awash in a sea of campaign ads and pundit opinions. With all of the national, state and local issues, the promises, the attacks and counter attacks, the process can seem a bit overwhelming. Continue reading

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Chasing The Perfectly Fitted Gun


Pin gauge showing different comb shapes.
Pin gauge showing different comb shapes.

Many shooters think that a try-gun fitting is the ultimate first step in getting a gun to fit perfectly, and for some it is–especially if a custom stock is the desired outcome. We have a try-gun and use it some when extreme length dimension are required to alter a gun to a very tall Continue reading