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2019 SCI Convention Features Two Great Seminars With Darrell Holland


Darrell Holland has been providing exciting and informative seminars at the annual SCI Convention for a number of years. His expertise and insight has helped bring a fresh perspective to his seminar topics. Coming up at the 2019 SCI Convention in Reno, Darrell will present two “must attend” seminars:

Improving Your Long-Range Shooting
Jan. 11 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM RSCC – A10

Darrell Holland

Learn what it takes to improve your long-range shooting. Long-range shooting instructor, Darrell Holland, explains the realities of what is involved in making that long-range shot. Learn wind doping skills, range-finding tricks, field positions, best bullets and most importantly, ethical limitations when it comes to long-range shooting.

Free ballistic software and handouts for all in attendance. Miss this seminar and you’ll continue to miss in the field!

Hunter Survival
Jan. 12 1:00 PM-2:30 PM RSCC A8

Lost, injured, or just a bit bewildered? Every year, hundreds of hunters are lost or injured while hunting. Don’t be a statistic! Darrell Holland brings valuable skills to the table providing you with information to survive almost any situation in the great outdoors. Topics will include hypothermia prevention, first aid tips, what to have in your day-pack, and what to leave behind. Learn the most important survival skill you can possess, allowing you to remain in the gene pool! This is a must-attend seminar for anyone who leaves the comfort of their truck or camp in search of big game! Handouts for all who attend.

Sign up now for these important seminars before all of the seats are gone!

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Don’t Miss The Excitement Of SCI’s 2019 Convention


SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention is never short of events and activities that keep our members engaged from the moment they step into the convention center. For 2019, we are offering a variety of events at The Ultimate Sportsmen’s MarketTM to keep everyone entertained. From seminars and silent auctions to live day auctions Continue reading Don’t Miss The Excitement Of SCI’s 2019 Convention

Country Star Michael Peterson To Perform At The 2019 SCIF Veterans Breakfast


The SCIF Veterans Committee selected Michael Peterson as the entertainer for 2019 Veterans Breakfast in Reno.  Peterson has a country music career that spans more than 30 years and has performed more than 2,500 concerts in 19 countries. Peterson is a million selling, Grammy nominated, country music star with six self-penned Number 1 hits including the wedding standard “From Here To Eternity” and the iconic “Drink, Swear, Steal & Lie.”  He also is the recipient of numerous distinguished public service awards including the prestigious Bob Hope “Spirit of Hope” medal from the USO for his 11 tours and more than 150 performances for servicemen and women deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and South Korea.

The Veterans Breakfast will be held on Friday, January 11, 2019 with the doors opening at 7:00 a.m. at the North Fork Pavilion (Day Auction room).  Each year at convention, the Veterans Committee holds the breakfast to honor servicemen and women and veterans from the United States and Canada. All members are welcome, and veterans eat free.  Veterans Breakfast tickets are available to purchase online through Convention Registration.

New last Convention, the SCIF Veterans Committee auctioned a sponsorship for a combat veteran to go on a 400- to 420-point bull elk hunt.  The sponsor – winning bidder of the auction is paying for Cody Scriver to go on a trophy Colorado elk hunt donated by Trophy Mountain Ranch located near Cowdrey, Colorado.   The hunt will take place the second week in September and be videotaped by Colorado Buck’s film crew.

Giving Thanks to Hunters


SCI’s Thursday Night Awards ceremony has been a night of recognition given to those with exceptional hunting accomplishments. This years’ Thursday night tradition will see the uniting of two significant aspects of SCI, our Chapters and our hunting achievements. Continue reading Giving Thanks to Hunters