The SCI Convention is the one stop shop for hunts, guns, art and pretty much anything an outdoor enthusiast could want. While the shopping is great, don’t overlook the valuable information you can find in our exclusive seminars.
Q A with Jim Shockey
Feb 08, 12:00PM – 1:00PM
Location: A18 (RSCC > )
Enjoy this one-hour seminar on Jim’s latest and greatest big game hunting adventures from around the world. Renowned hunter and tv personality, Jim Shockey, will hold an informal question and answer session. This seminar illustrates, via over-the-shoulder, as-it-happened video, the physical and mental challenges, the extreme weather conditions, the difficult shots, and the political and environmental dangers that go into hunting in some of the most remote, inhospitable places on earth.
SURVIVING SIBERIA -Land of Man Eating Bears Siberian Tigers And Ravaging Wolves
Feb 07, 2:00PM – 3:30PM
Location: A11 (RSCC > )
Denny Geurink has spent nearly three decades hunting and outfitting in the “Land of the Bear”. Invited to the former Soviet Union via the Gorbachev government back in 1990, he will talk about his first trip to “The Evil Empire” as President Reagan referred to the Soviet Union at the time. He will talk about encounters with the KBG, harrowing bear attack stories, hair-raising adventures in Siberia and a look at people, food and culture.
Bow Shooting – Beginner to Expert
Feb 06, 11:00AM – 12:30PM
Location: A13 (RSCC > )
Dave Holt made his debut-hunting trip to the game-rich continent of Africa in 1976. He now spends six to seven months there each year. In this presentation, Dave shares his enthusiasm and expertise for bowhunting in southern African. Novice or expert you will enjoy and learn from Dave’s practical hands-on approach and experience.
This fascinating pictorial seminar covers topics such as arranging your trip, archery equipment, trophy judging, shot placement, common shooting mistakes, shooting distances, blinds, and clothing. Dave also covers the best time of year to bow hunt, travel arrangements, packing suggestions, and health and safety concerns.