Hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts are encouraged to put on a bright orange article of clothing when they head afield in New Hampshire this fall. Wearing a fluorescent orange hat, vest or jacket makes you highly visible and is one of several key safety precautions for hunters, hikers and others enjoying the autumn woods. Continue reading New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Reminds Hunters To Wear Blaze Orange When Heading Afield
At a time when more kids are less connected with the natural world, a new television series is reshaping the image of our conservation heritage while promoting outdoor lifestyles in households and classrooms across the country. Continue reading America’s Hunting Heritage Program Earns Emmy Nomination
As the Safari Club International 47th annual hunters’ convention nears, the final steps are being completed on the fifth and final rifle in the SCI World Heritage Rifle series. In fact, by the time this story is in print, the rifle will be complete and ready for its official unveiling at the 2019 SCI Convention in Reno, Nevada. Continue reading Final World Heritage Rifle In Final Stages
Diamond Blade Knife honors legendary knife maker Robert “Bob” Loveless with the creation of the new Heritage fixed blade knife.
If memory serves well, the Diamond Blade knife line was initially exhibited at the 2006 SCI Convention, held in Reno, Nevada. The demand for the knives at that showing was so great that the company had a difficult time keeping its booth stocked. The real exciting aspect of the Diamond Blade knives was that the science behind this new knife line was the first real advancement in blade creation seen in many decades. Continue reading Tribute to a Legend