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Corey Cogdell To Compete In World Cup Final

Corey Cogdell

SCI-sponsored two-time Olympian and 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Corey Cogdell (Eagle River, Alaska) will be part of a six-member squad competing Saturday as the 2012 International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup Final for Shotgun in Maribor, Slovenia.

Cogdell is hopeful to put results of a bad final round in London [2012 Olympics] behind her and showcase the skills that led her to an Olympic bronze medal in Beijing as well as the World Cup win she earned at the Tucson World Cup in March.

“It is always such an honor to compete in the World Cup Finals as one of the top 12 in the world,” said Cogdell.  “I’m looking forward to wrapping up my World Cup season with a strong performance.”

Joining Cogdell in the talented women’s trap field is Kayle Browning (Wooster, Arkansas) who finished second to Cogdell for an Olympic selection.  Browning earned her way to Maribor after earning a career first World Cup medal at the London Prepares event in April.   The wind, rain and cold conditions of London couldn’t detract Browning from recording the top performance of her career as the Arkansas native earned a bronze medal.

World  Cup Final Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 22
Women’s Trap Qualifying + Final
Men’s Trap Qualifying

Sunday, Sept. 23
Men’s Trap Qualifying (cont.) + Final

Monday, Sept. 24
Women’s Skeet Qualifying + Final
Double Trap Qualifying + Final
Men’s Skeet Qualifying

Tuesday, Sept. 25
Men’s Skeet Qualifying (cont.) + Final



New Stealth Cam Professional HD

Stealth Cam has teamed up with Jim Shockey to create a new Jim Shockey Signature Series Professional HD scouting camera that delivers greater performance in the field with its new ZX7 processor. The new processor produces even faster trigger speed and longer battery life.

Stealth-Cam-Professional-HD-PRThe new Professional HD camera is an ultra-compact camera featuring a 720P high definition digital video that displays the running date stamp. The Professional HD’s ZX7 Processor also features new Quick Set technology, providing pre-set program modes for ease of use.  Being DRONE compatible, the user can examine and assess the wildlife on their hunting land by utilizing the digital remote surveillance system. The Professional HD provides HD video at 30 FPS with audio clarity.  The camera can also be programmed to capture still images with a 8.0, 3.0 and 1.3 mega-pixel resolution for clean, crisp pictures. Capable of recording 5 – 300 second adjustable video clips, the Professional HD is equipped with 54 infrared emitters for an amazing 60 ft. range and can record in either color or black and white HD.  The rapid Burst Mode shoots 1-9 images per trigger with a 0-59 second or 0-59 minute recovery time out. The new 5 digit LCD counter accommodates higher image counts during extended times in the field. There is a 64 MB built in memory and an SD memory card slot that accepts up to 32 GB.

Professional Hd Features

  • zx7 Processor
  • 720P HD digital video
  • DRONE compatible (must access a service plan sold separately)
  • Ultra-compact size
  • HD video @ 30 fps w/audio
  • 3 still images setting: 8mp, 3mp, 1.3mp
  • 5-300 second adjustable video clips
  • 54 IR emitters for 60 ft. range
  • Records both color and black/white HD video
  • Burst mode shoots 1-9 images per trigger
  • 0-59 sec / 0-59 min recovery time out
  • 64MB built in memory
  • SD memory card slot accepts up to 32GB
  • Time/date/moon/temp stamp on video files
  • Test mode
  • Low battery light
  • A/V output
  • 12v auxiliary power jack
  • Operates on 8 “AA” batteries
  • MSRP:  $269.99


Damaged Taxidermy Mounts

Klineburger Enterprises is currently at the International Wildlife Museum doing routine maintenance on the many taxidermy specimens. Kent Kilneburger takes a minute to give some advice on how to maintain your mounts in top shape, and what to do if you discover a problem.

2013 Convention Seminar–Bullet Breakdown!

Tim_Cape-BuffaloWhat: Bullet Breakdown–Today’s Hunting Projectiles

Speaker: Tim Brandt

Where: 2013 SCI Convention,         Reno, NV

Today’s hunters have the most advanced, complete and versatile line of bullets to choose from.  Whether they are factory loaded, or component offerings, bullets from leading manufacturers feature all sorts of “bells and whistles” and added features.  But what does all that mean?  We’ll take a look at common types of bullets, how and why they’re designed, and what really matters when it comes to selecting bullets for specific game.