Hunters – Be Extra careful during rifle season

DURANGO, Colo. – As the big game hunting season continues Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters to be careful in all aspects of their hunting adventures. While few hunters are injured from firearm accidents, other activities in the field can cause problems. Recently, a hunter in the Gunnison area died from carbon monoxide poisoning after…

At the Shooting Range with Sako

After a quick tour of the Sako facility, we headed to the shooting range. We shot a number or Sako and Tikka rifles, but first, we sighted in for our upcoming brown bear and moose hunt. I would be hunting with a Sako model 85 Hunter. This beautiful wood-stocked hunting rifle is a dream to…

Blaze Pink Added to the Stormy Kromer Line-Up

Stormy Kromer expands hunting styles for Fall 2016 Expands blaze orange styles and adds fluorescent pink options     Ironwood, MI — With Wisconsin, New York, Louisiana, and Colorado approving the use of pink blaze for the upcoming hunting season and a number of other states considering similar legislation, Stormy Kromer, the most recognizable hat…

Firearm Safety During the Hunt (NAHC)

  FIREARMS SAFETY DURING THE HUNT Mia Anstine Contributor Firearm safety is an important part of hunting but sometimes can get lost in the excitement of making a great shot. As a mentor you need to be ready to correct improper handling of firearm during any circumstances. Here are some tips to keep you on…

Be Prepared for your Hunt

SMOOTH OPERATION Mia Anstine Contributor There are various considerations to take into account that are necessary for making safe, accurate shots from trees and blinds. Run through shooting scenarios taking account for these considerations as soon as you arrive for your hunt to minimize risk and maximize you’re your chance at taking game. Tree-stands If…