Tag Archives: shooting

At World Cup With Corey Cogdell

We recently caught up with Olympic Medalist Corey Cogdell at the 2014 World Cup to see how her training is going and what SCI means to her.

Should Hunters Train?

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Tim Fallon and Doug Pritchard will conduct this informative seminar at the 2014 SCI Annual Convention in Las Vegas to point out the importance of training for that once in a lifetime shot.

Hunting is exciting and rewarding – when it goes well!  But, when we attempt shots beyond our capabilities or go on a hunt we are not prepared for, it can become frustrating, expensive and DANGEROUS!  As hunters we are also conservationists, we owe it to our quarry to make one “shot-instant” kills.

See exciting video footage of great and not-so-great shots, as well many thought-provoking slides and video of good reasons why training for hunters is a good idea, and a great way to help you stay safe and get more from your hunts!

 

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OSP Three Bullet Drill

Vicki Ash explains the Three Bullet Drill that OSP Shooting School teaches so shotgun shooting students concentrate on the target and see their gun barrel in their periphery.

Signal Mountain High School–Tennessee Scholastic Clays–Grant from Education Sables

signalmountaintopguns1The Tennessee Valley SCI Chapter would like to thank Education-Sables for the grant that has enabled it to assist along with the local NRA Chapter to sponsor the Signal Mountain Top Guns in the Tennessee Scholastic Clays League. Were it not for the grant, which is paying for the shooting fees, uniforms, hearing and eye protection, ammunition and other items, the Chapter would not have been able to assist to the extent that is now possible with the added funds.

Each of the team members must shoot at least 36 rounds of skeet in competition in order to go to the Tennessee State competition. There are now three teams in the immediate area, and plans are to encourage other schools to adopt the program.