Must Haves for Every Gun Owner – Christmas Gift Idea

I’m stopping by with another Christmas gift idea every gun owner should have — A gun safe, or maybe two or three. However many it takes to secure all those valuables and your firearms is what you’ve got to have.

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We have one or two ourselves and store more than just firearms in them. Along with the shotguns, handguns, and rifles, we also store important documents, coins, certificates and the like. That means, even non-gun owners could use a safe.

We have a Liberty cabinet style safe, which we find to be more than secure. It’s also easy to use. It locks and unlocks, with the combination, easily and smoothly. I mention this because we have another brand safe that we have to lift and push the door to get it to close.

Click – ‘How To Choose a Gun Safe’ to learn about key features you need to look at when choosing one. Information about this Field & Stream model showed up in my mailbox. I look forward to checking it out.

Protect and Store Firearms in Field & Stream® Gun Safes

PITTSBURGH, PA (Dec. 5, 2017) — Field & Stream, a specialty outdoor retailer and product brand owned and operated by DICK’S Sporting Goods, offers a variety of gun safes designed to securely store and protect your firearms, providing you with long-lasting peace of mind.

The Field & Stream gun safes can be found in Field & Stream and DICK’S Sporting Goods stores nationwide and at FieldandStreamShop.com and dicks.com.

Field & Stream Sportsman 24 Gun Fire Safe

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Field & Stream Sportsman 24 Gun Fire Safe

The Field & Stream Sportsman 24 Gun Fire Safe is available in three sizes that can store 10, 16 or 24 long guns. The safe is QAI verified to 1400 degrees for up to 30 minutes and includes five total locking bolts. It is also drill-resistant and features external hinges.

Features:
Available in three sizes to store up to 10, 16 or 24 long guns (rifles/shotguns/muzzleloaders)
24 long gun safe can also store four handguns
QAI verified 1400 degrees / 30 minutes
Three-number combination lock (10 and 16 gun)
Three-number Electronic Lock with Customizable Code (24 gun)
Five total locking bolts: three live action and two dead bolts
1-inch steel bolts are located on each long side of the door
Drill-resistant, hardened steel plate behind lock provides a higher level of security
Recessed door is pry resistant and features external hinges
Black matte pebble external finish with Field & Stream name
Full interior gray carpeting on the body and door of the safe
Four fully carpeted and adjustable shelves
Full length top to bottom shelf adjustment notches
Barrel rests to hold up to 10, 16 or 24 long guns
Stand-off barrel rest adaptors for scoped rifles
External Dimensions vary

Field & Stream Pro 54 + 8 Gun Fire Safe with Electronic Lock

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Field & Stream Pro 54 + 8 Gun Fire Safe with Electronic Lock

The Field & Stream Pro 54 + 8 Gun Fire Safe with Electronic Lock protects and organizes your assortment of firearms. The Pro Series is available in sizes that store 36, 46 and 54 long guns. It keeps firearms away from children or intruders thanks to the safe’s electronic lock, which operates 10 locking points. The interior is carpeted for long guns and the door features room for 6 to 8 handguns (six handguns on 36 and 46, eight handguns on 54) plus accessories. The Field & Stream Pro Series Gun Fire Safe provides extensive security to keep your mind at ease.

Features:
Fire-resistant for 30 minutes up to 1400°F
Electronic lock with customizable code
Includes a back-up key
Four-way locking mechanism with 1.5″ live action locking bolts
Door storage includes additional pockets
Carpeted interior with gun rests
Hardware included for fastening
California DOJ approved
Dimensions, interior area and weight vary

Field & Stream 1871 series 57 + 8 Gun Fire and Water Safe

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Field & Stream 1871 series 57 + 8 Gun Fire and Water Safe

The Field & Stream 1871 Series 57 + 8 Gun Safe protects your most valuable guns and possessions from the elements. The water- and fire-resistant steel safe secures belongings, thanks to 10 locking points and a drill-resistant steel plate behind the lock. Protect your gear in the best way possible with the Field & Stream® 1871 Series 57 + 8 Gun Fire and Water Safe.

Features:
57 + 8 gun steel safe
Fits 57 long guns plus 8 handguns on the door
Fire-resistant for 75 minutes up to 1400°F
Waterproof in up to 2 ft of standing water for 72 hours
Backlit electronic lock with customizable code
Includes a back-up key
Drill-resistant, hardened steel plate behind the lock
Four-way locking mechanism with seven 1.5-inch live action locking bolts and three dead bolts for 10 locking points
Five-spoke steel handle
One easy-access and 2 high-capacity barrel rests
12 adjustable shelves
Door storage includes additional pockets
Factory-installed 120V electrical outlet
LED light kit installs easily to illuminate the interior
Fully lined fabric interior
Hardware included for fastening
California DOJ approved
Dimensions: 72″H x 43″W x 26″D
Weight: 908 lbs

Field & Stream Personal Fire Safe

 

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Field & Stream Personal Fire Safe

The Field & Stream Personal Fire Safe keeps your personal belongings safe and protected from accidents, house fires or unwanted eyes. Available in small, medium and large, this safe features four 8-inch steel live-action locking bolts, in addition to two deadbolts for superior protection. The safe has an electronic lock with back up key to secure your valuables.
Features:
Personal Fire Safe – Small, Medium or Large
Fire rated at 1400 degrees for 30 minutes
.8-inch steel live-action locking bolts and two deadbolts
Electronic lock with backup key for enhanced security
Fully carpeted interior
One adjustable shelf for storing items that vary in size

About Field & Stream Specialty Store

Named for the iconic brand that for more than 140 years has been synonymous with outdoor experiences, the Field & Stream store offers a vast assortment of outdoor equipment, accessories and services in hunting, fishing, archery, camping and more. As of October 28, 2017, the Company operated 35 Field & Stream stores offering top of the line in-store services along with a wide variety of top national brands including Remington, Huk, Carhartt, Shimano and Yeti, in addition to its exclusive offering of Field & Stream products. The Field & Stream trademark is owned by American Sports Licensing LLC, and is not associated with Field & Stream Magazine. For more information, visit FieldandStreamShop.com.


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Apparel Designed for the Female Hunter

A while back I shared a review about rain gear designed for the female hunter. It’s made by Field & Stream, and I have even more good news. Now they have even more items in their line up to help you during your pursuits.

Field & Stream® Offers Apparel Designed for the Female Hunter

PITTSBURGH, PA (Nov. 1, 2017) — Field & Stream, a specialty outdoor retailer and product brand owned and operated by DICK’S Sporting Goods, offers a variety of quality apparel options designed specifically for the female hunter. Stylish and built specifically to fit the female body, the women’s hunting apparel promises durability and performance afield.

The women’s hunting apparel can be found in Field & Stream and DICK’S Sporting Goods stores nationwide and at FieldandStreamShop.com and dicks.com.

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“I’ve enjoyed the Women’s Every Hunt Collection from Field & Stream on all of my hunts this season. No matter the temperature, the Every Hunt Collection truly lives up to its name by offering versatility and comfort in just about any weather.” – Field & Stream Pro Staffer Melissa Bachman

Field & Stream Women’s Base Defense Midweight Mock Neck Base Layer Shirt and Leggings

BaseGroup (4)The Field & Stream Women’s Base Defense Midweight Mock Neck Base Layer Shirt and Leggings provide ultimate support for outdoor activities, no matter the climate. From beating the heat to fighting frigid temperatures, this base layer system will keep the female hunter warmer and drier than ever. NoScent™ C3 Technology, sweat-wicking fabric and 4-way stretch material ensure the huntress remains comfortable, dry and undetectable in the woods. Brushed fabric provides soft comfort and warmth, while flatlock seams prevent chaffing. The top and leggings are feminine cut for a more shapely fit. The long-sleeve shirt features thumbholes to keep sleeves stretched out and an extended back hem for coverage, while the leggings feature a front-fly opening.

Field & Stream Women’s Every Hunt Softshell Jacket and Pants

EveryHuntJacketGroupThe Field & Stream Women’s Every Hunt Softshell Jacket and Pants provide the versatility female hunters need in the outdoors. Use these pieces as stand-alone garments when temperatures are mild, or add on a base layer for additional warmth in cold weather. NoScent C3 technology provides scent control, while hydroRepel™ fabric ensures water resistance and its quiet bonded fleece guarantees silent movement. The jacket features two zippered hand pockets, one zippered chest pocket, adjustable hem and cuffs and a safety harness opening behind the neck. The pants feature two hand pockets, two zippered cargo pockets, two back pockets, an elasticized waist with belt loops and a zippered fly.

Field & Stream Women’s Every Hunt Softshell Hunting Gloves

FSHA00804XTRA_RealtreeXtra_FRTBCK (1)The Field & Stream Women’s Every Hunt Softshell Hunting Gloves protect and conceal hands without limiting movement. NoScent C3 Scent Control Technology keeps odor at bay, while the Amara palm patch, silicone-print grip helps the huntress hold on to her bow or firearm. The camo gloves feature stretch cuffs to make pulling them on and off easy.

The Field & Stream Women’s Game Trail Realtree Xtra Waterproof 800g Field Hunting Boots

bootsThe Field & Stream Women’s Game Trail Realtree Xtra Waterproof 800g Field Hunting Boots are specifically designed to fit the female foot. HydroProof ULTRA waterproof technology seals off any excess moisture, while Agion® anti-microbial lining keeps feet dry and fresh the entire hunt. The 800g of Thinsulate® insulation offers warmth when it gets cold, and the durable rubber outsole provides durable traction and control on rugged terrain. The leather and nylon canvas upper ensures long-lasting quality on the trail. Its lightweight EVA sockliner and midsole offers superior cushioning, shock absorption and comfort.

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Women’s Carolina Hunting Pack keeps essential gear and accessories protected and easily accessible throughout the hunt. Specifically designed for the female hunter, this hunting backpack features a large-capacity main compartment, front accessory pocket, two internal pockets and two deep side pockets. It has a contoured back panel with EVA padding and mesh to ensure comfort and breathability on long treks. Padded shoulder straps and sternum strap adjust for the ideal fit. The pack features a rugged nylon top handle and rain fly to keep gear dry, and its 1200 Denier bottom improves durability. Its hydration-compatibility features a hose port, internal sleeve and hose holders on the straps.

About Field & Stream Specialty Store

Named for the iconic brand that for more than 140 years has been synonymous with outdoor experiences, the Field & Stream store offers a vast assortment of outdoor equipment, accessories and services in hunting, fishing, archery, camping and more. As of July 29, 2017, the Company operated more than 25 Field & Stream stores offering top of the line in-store services along with a wide variety of top national brands including Remington, Huk, Carhartt, Shimano and Yeti, in addition to its exclusive offering of Field & Stream products. The Field & Stream trademark is owned by American Sports Licensing LLC., and is not associated with Field & Stream Magazine. For more information, visit FieldandStreamShop.com.


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Iconic Lady Athlete Rhode Defends World Cup Title

If you’re new to following, you should know I’m a fan of all things hunting, as well as shooting. One of my favorite iconic figures in shooting sport of Olympic shotgunner Kim Rhode.

She’s a phenomenon in shotgun sports, a fabulous hunter, and a role model to all. Check it out, as she continues to claim the podium.

Rhode Defends Title, Vizzi Wins Bronze and Connor Fourth at World Cup Final

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (October 25, 2017) – It was a strong showing from all three of the American competitors in Women’s Skeet as the U.S. took gold, bronze and fourth today at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Final in New Delhi, India.

Kim Rhode (El Monte, California) successfully defended her World Cup Final title in world-class fashion, equaling the world record of 56/60 targets in the Final. Current Olympic Champion, Diana Bacosi of Italy, would also tie Rhode’s score on her last target of the match. The gold medal was decided 22 targets later in a shootoff, with Rhode claiming her second World Cup Final title in a row. Today’s win marks Rhode’s third World Cup Final title in her career.

“A lot of things happened during this Final, but I think that’s typical with any event,” Rhode told the ISSF. “You just roll with the punches and hope for the best outcome… And this is the best outcome you can have! I couldn’t be happier!”

Reigning World Champion Dania Vizzi (Odessa, Florida) hit 44/50 targets to claim the bronze medal.

Caitlin Connor (Winnfield, Louisiana) missed two targets at a crucial stage in the competition to be eliminated in fourth place. Connor also finished fourth in her other World Cup Finals appearances in 2012 and 2009.

Competition continues for the USA Shooting Team at the World Cup Final as Women’s Air Rifle and Men’s Skeet action start tomorrow. Olympic champion Ginny Thrasher (Springfield, Virginia) will look to build on her 2016 World Cup Finals appearance where she won bronze in the Women’s Air Rifle event. Two-time Olympian Frank Thompson (Alliance, Nebraska) will represent the U.S. in Men’s Skeet. Thompson won silver at the World Cup stage in Acapulco, Mexico.

The Trap Mixed Team of Ashley Carroll (Solvang, California) and Derek Haldeman (U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit/Sunbury, Ohio) won bronze yesterday at the World Cup Final in India. Read that recap: http://www.usashooting.org/news/2017/10/24/994-carroll-and-haldeman-win-bronze-at-world-cup-final——.

Read the World Cup Final Preview: http://www.usashooting.org/news/2017/10/20/993-ten-athletes-head-to-world-cup-final-in-india.

All Finals will be streamed live on the ISSF website, on the Federation’s Livestream channel, on its page and on the Olympic Channel.

ISSF World Cup Final: Finals Schedule

All times are listed in Eastern Time. New Delhi is 10.5 hours ahead of the Eastern Time Zone

Thursday, October 26th: 10m Air Rifle Women at 2:30 a.m., Skeet Men at 5:30 a.m.

Saturday, October 28th:  Trap Women at 5:00 a.m.

Sunday, October 29th: 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men at 12:45 a.m.

*Photo and editorial assistance provided by the ISSF


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My Shooting Princess Slays Dragons

Do you remember when you were a princess, had huge dreams, climbed to the top of towers, and slew dragons? Hopefully, you’re still that girl (or guy!), so to speak. As we grow up and learn responsibility, respect, patience, and even fear, we sometimes forget where we started and worry about toppling. If we let the doubt take over, it will hold us back. Today, take a minute and remember back to that time when you were carefree, and embraced the challenge of slaying dragons.

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That’s a picture of my daughter. She might’ve been around four-years-old at that time. Yes, she was at the top of the jungle gym, slaying a dragon or monster of some sort. My, to have the imagination of a four-year-old! Something that I’ve never let her forget is that she can slay dragons. If you listen to this week’s MAC Outdoors podcast you’ll hear her tell some stories about conquering obstacles on the way to becoming an independent young lady.

Something I’ve never let her forget is that she can slay dragons. If you listen to this week’s MAC Outdoors podcast (linked below) you’ll hear her tell some stories about conquering obstacles on the way to becoming an independent young lady.

We dropped her off at college over a month ago. She hit the ground running and has embraced her classes, she’s meeting new people, and shooting more shotgun competitions than ever.

At one shotgun shoot, she encountered a “dragon” who discouraged but didn’t stop her. Listen up as she tells the story of intimidation, obstacles, and other challenges she faced as she shot at took first place in her class and division during that event.

I am very proud of the wonderful woman she has become. She is still my beautiful, little princess, and she’s slaying dragons. Be a dragon slayer — Metaphorically speaking, of course!


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Anthem of Empowerment for Women

I’ve spent some time helping a group of women who are empowering others. Shoot Like A Girl has made an immense impact on women, introducing them to shooting. Thier portable shooting ranges can be found at various Cabela’s and outdoors shows around the country through out the year. The virtual range is a great start and gives women a safe introduction to handgun, rifle, and archery shooting. This week the lady entrepreneurs are announcing the release of their single the “Shoot Like A Girl Anthem,” which describes their mission in a nutshell.


Shoot Like A Girl Launches Anthem of Empowerment for Women

Shoot Like A Girl AnthemAthens, AL – Shoot Like A Girl is excited to release their single “Shoot Like A Girl Anthem”, written by Tanya Davis and Michael Curtis. Tanya has seen success with her single “Home Again” and has been included on Grand Ole Opry radio with her single “Don’t be Cruel” featuring Vince Gill.  Shoot Like A Girl’s Anthem, performed by Nashville Star winner Angela Hacker, epitomizes the company’s brand of empowering women.
With an upbeat classic country tone, this song is a blast to sing along with and declare “I’m an outdoor lover, fight like a warrior, shoot like a girl”! Through this song, Shoot Like A Girl accomplished their goal of giving women an anthem that exudes the confidence that comes from shooting sports and spreading message women can be proud of. “This is the right time for the Shoot Like A Girl Anthem. We need a song that all young girls and women can look to for inspiration to achieve their goals. There are some extremely empowering lines in this song, that all women should be able to find strength in,” said Karen Butler, President of Shoot Like A Girl.
Download now to be a part of a hit in the making! The song is available for download on iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1276629229?ls=1&app=itunes
On the release of their Anthem, Shoot Like A Girl is proud to launch their latest line of women’s apparel! Be a part of the empowerment of women by showing you Shoot Like A Girl! Featuring lines from their latest song “Shoot Like A Girl Anthem” these designs bring strong elegance to ladies and the world of shooting sports alike!

 

For sponsorship information or to learn more about SLG2, visit Shoot Like A Girl online, or visit at Facebook and Twitter.
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U.S. Women Bring Team Gold, Bronze

While the women of team USA’s trap team bring medals home from the world championships, I’m focused on my little lady, the future, and hunting.

In the past weeks I’ve been in the high country, sharing one last pack trip, planning my journeys to elk, bear, and waterfowl hunts, helping pack, shuttling, and delivering her to her new home on her new college campus. Don’t get too nervous. Although the schools declares itself a gun-free zone she still took her shotgun and bow. Heck she’s even spending Labor Day weekend at an ATA shoot where she’s shot her best scores ever. I’d say she’s adjusting well. I’ll tell you more about college life and her guns later. For now, have a look at what Team USA’s Women are up to! ~Mia

U.S. Trap Women bring home Team gold, bronze from World Championship

MOSCOW (September 2, 2017) – For perhaps the first time ever, all the U.S. women Trap athletes at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Championship for Shotgun will return home with a medal.

The Open Women’s Team won gold – the first team medal for the U.S. in the event since the 1998 World Championship in Barcelona, Spain. The combined total over 75 targets for team members Ashley CarrollCaitlin Weinheimer and Corey Cogdell-Unrein was 203, which also tied silver medalists Finland and bronze medalists Italy. The tie for the medal positions was broken by the team’s score on the 25 targets presented today.

Carroll (Solvang, California) finished Qualification in second place with a score of 72, including two perfect rounds of 25 last night and earlier today.

“This competition was a little rough from the get-go,” said Carroll. “But then I started learning to adapt to the lighting conditions; figured out how to work with that. I focused on one target at a time. Got into the Final where unfortunately it got a little tight, but it’s all a learning experience from here.”

Of the 25 targets she saw in the Final, Carroll was the first competitor eliminated with 16 hits. She finished in sixth place overall. In her last World Championship appearance in 2014, Carroll finished in 10th place at just 19 years old.  She was part of a gold-medal winning Junior team back in 2011, while also earning another bronze team medal in 2010.

Weinheimer (Port Lavaca, Texas) finished in 30th place during her second World Championship appearance with 66 targets, and Cogdell-Unrein (Eagle River, Alaska) – in her eighth World Championship appearance – finished in 33rd place with 65 targets. 2012 Olympic champion Jessica Rossi of Italy won the overall gold.

On the Junior side, Emma Williams (Savannah, Tennessee) just missed out on a potential Finals berth, finishing one target out of the shootoff to qualify for the Final. She finished with 64/75 targets to finish in 10th place overall. Nonetheless, she and her teammates of Joyce Hunsakerand Emily Hampson’s combined scores earned them a Junior Team bronze medal.

“I think we did better here than we did at the World Cup in Italy,” said Hampson. “I know I’ve been learning a lot about the mental game of international competition, and it’s been a lot of fun competing and travelling with these girls. Never thought I’d be able to come to Russia and it’s been amazing!”

Hunsaker (Corpus Christi, Texas) finished in 12th place with 62 targets and Hampson (Saint Charles, Missouri) finished in 16th place with 61 targets. Maria Lucia Palmitessa of Italy won the Junior gold.

Men’s competition wraps tomorrow with an additional 50 Qualification targets and Finals later in the day. Former Double Trap specialist Derek Haldeman (U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit/Sunbury, Ohio) finished today with 72/75 targets. Jake Wallace (Castaic, California) has 69 targets, which includes his perfect round of 25 today. Roe Reynolds (Quitman, Arkansas) has 64 targets.

On the Junior Men’s side, Ryne Barfield (Poulan, Georgia) and Dale Royer (Jackson, Montana) each have 69. Logan Mountain (Palmdale, California) has 65.

640 athletes from 76 countries are competing at this World Championship at the Foxlodge Shooting Range in Moscow through September 10. For more information, visit the World Championship website: http://www.wch2017russia.org/en/ and follow along with results on the ISSF website: http://www.issf-sports.org/competitions/venue.ashx?cshipid=1911.

View and download photos from today’s action: https://www.flickr.com/gp/usashooting/994H97

Winchester small logoWinchester Ammunition is a Proud Sponsor of the USA Shooting Shotgun Team: Winchester Ammunition has been the exclusive ammunition sponsor and supplier of the USA Shooting Shotgun Team since 1999. Members of the past three shotgun teams brought home a combined eight medals from Rio de Janeiro, London and Beijing using Winchester AA International Target loads. Winchester is an industry leader in advancing and supporting conservation, hunter education and our country’s proud shooting sports heritage. For more information about Winchester and its complete line of products, visit winchester.com.About USA Shooting:
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20% OFF ALL The Mountains Are Calling Designs

Take advantage of this 20% off sale! ALL of “The Mountains Are Calling” designs in the series by MAC Outdoors are discounted (August 4th – 6th, 2017)! Show your love of the high country by donning apparel, which declares your passion. All designs are available in your favorite styles and colors in men’s, women’s, and children’s sizes.

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The Mountains Are Calling – SALE – MAC Outdoors

In our neck of the woods summertime means camping, fishing, scouting, and preparing for hunting season. All of this is done in the mountains. That’s why we’ve created “The Mountains Are Calling” series at MAC Outdoors. Embrace your love of all things in the high country by donning a shirt, which declares your passion. Plus, for the remainder of THIS WEEK, we’ve got a sale going on!

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  • 15% off everything
  • Run Time: July 18th – July 23rd, 2017
  • Coupon Code: 15OFF717
  • Cannot be combined with other discounts or coupon codes.

Send us your pictures! Wear or use your new “Mountains Are Calling” gear and we’ll be sure to highlight your smiling face on our social outlets.


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