Leupold

21 Feb 19
South Paw Draw - 100% Authentic Shooting, Hunting, Tactical & Outdoor Gear

Leupold Mark 5 Rifle Scope, 5-25×56, 35mm, Impact-60, Matte, M1c3 Zerolock Elevation Adjustment, Front Focal Plane 176450 Model: Mark 5Product Type: Rifle ScopeFinish/Color: MatteAccessories: M1C3Description: Front Focal PlaneSize: 35mm

21 Feb 19
ATRG

Following on from the success of the kit breakdown posted last year, I thought it was time to revisit the SEAL Team franchise… With the kit covered to a reasonable depth, I figured we should probably take a look at the actual hardware used within the show. This will also provide a bit of an […]

21 Feb 19
Globalmarketers

The report by Globalmarketers.biz offers essential features on the Riflescope industry. The report offers unique market insights, analysis of top vendors, growth, challenges into the Riflescope market. Section-wise analysis of complete Riflescope industry, development strategies and market risks is analysed in the report. The latest industry trends, market dynamics, and industry chain study are covered […]

20 Feb 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1601569-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1601569-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1601569-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1601569-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Quality taxidermy is always popular with hunters and other wildlife enthusiasts. These mule deer are part of the Mossback display at the 2019 Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Salt Lake City. (Doug Nielsen) While florists made their Valentine’s Day deliveries, hunters gathered at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah for the 2019 edition of the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo. (Doug Nielsen) Wildlife art is always popular at hunting and fishing expos. Things were no different at the 2019 Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Doug Nielsen) The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources makes the process of applying for the state’s premium, limited entry, and once-in-a-lifetime hunting tags easy during the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo. During the show, the application fee is just $5. (Doug Nielsen) The Mule Deer Foundation is one of the title sponsors for the annual Western Hunting & Conservation Expo held at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City. Money raised during the event is used for conservation of mule deer and benefits other wildlife species. (Doug Nielsen) Hunters from across the west gathered last week at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah for the 2019 Western Hunting Conservation Expo, a unique event that offers attendees a diverse menu ranging from conservation and hunting exhibits to seminars and tag auctions. The Expo also is home to a joint national convention for the Mule Deer Foundation and Sportsmen for Fish Wildlife, organizations whose focus is the enhancement of wildlife habitat and perpetuation of the leading role hunters play in America’s conservation efforts. Some communities, like the town of Richfield, Utah, thought the Expo important enough for their kids’ education that they loaded them up on school buses and brought them to the event. The exposition itself consisted of more than 500 exhibits, including outfitters from across the U.S. and around the world. At one point, I had a rather interesting visit with a man named Vladimir Koshcheev, a wildlife biologist and outfitter from Russia. He asked me to let you know that despite world politics it is safe to visit Russia and enjoy the hunting opportunity that is found there. Other exhibits on the showroom floor included folks from Browning, Federal, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Leupold, Matthews, Gold Tip Arrows, FoxPro and many others. Some big and others not so big. Some I walked past, and others caught my attention long enough for a visit. A couple of exhibitors even got some of my hard-earned money. The exposition portion was enjoyable, but my guess is the main reason people came was to apply for one or more of Utah’s premium, limited entry, and once-in-a-lifetime hunting tags. Something that could be done on site. Up for grabs were 200 such tags, including moose, bison, mountain goat, bighorn sheep, bull elk, bear, mule deer, turkey and pronghorn antelope. Whether a Utah resident or not, all one had to do was pay a $5 per tag application fee. Applications could be submitted online before the Expo began, but they had to be validated at the show in order to be included in the drawing. While the thought of submitting tag applications in an Expo setting might seem rather daunting, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has the on-site application process down to a science. Other than the pain associated with giving the DWR your money, the process was relatively painless and well organized. To say I was impressed would be an understatement. All one must do is complete a simple one-page application that is mostly check boxes. It helps if you purchase your hunting license ahead of time, but you can do that at the Expo as part of the process. The application lists all the possible choices and even presents them as packages. As a nonresident, for example, you can apply for a package that includes tags for “all bucks, all bull elk, all antler-less elk, all moose, bison, goat, desert bighorn, Rocky Mountain bighorn, pronghorn, cougar, bear turkey” for $545. That is only one of 12 such packages available to what the DWR identifies as non-Utah residents. An all rifle bull elk package is just $135. Or you can mix and match your choices based on your personal interests. That was my choice. Draw results will be available by the end of February. In addition to the drawing, hunting and fishing opportunities can be purchased during live auctions like those held at other fundraising events. For those who want to learn more about hunting a particular species, a specific state or strategies for negotiating the tag application processes in various states, the Expo offers free seminars. The list of offerings for 2019 included such topics as Women Outdoors – Design Your Own Hunt, Bowhunting Muleys: Spot Stalk, and Predator Big Game Calling Techniques among others. The latter was taught by my friend Al Morris who gave me some tips for coyote hunting. I’ll share those with you in the coming weeks. Other offerings included waterfowl and elk calling competitions, but due to weather-related concerns and anticipated travel issues I was unable to witness those events. Perhaps next year. For more information, visit huntexpo.com. Freelance writer Doug Nielsen is a conservation educator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. His “In the Outdoors” column, published Thursday in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, is not affiliated with or endorsed by the NDOW. Any opinions are his own. Find him on Facebook at @dougwritesoutdoors. He can be reached at intheoutdoorslv@gmail.com.
19 Feb 19
South Paw Draw - 100% Authentic Shooting, Hunting, Tactical & Outdoor Gear

Leupold Mark 5 Rifle Scope, 5-25×56, 35mm, Illuminated Pr-1moa, Matte, M1c3 Zerolock Elevation Adjustment, Front Focal Plane 176449 Model: Mark 5Product Type: Rifle ScopeFinish/Color: MatteAccessories: M1C3Description: Front Focal PlaneSize: 35mm

18 Feb 19
Bottomless Coffee 007

Kel Varnsen and BC007 discuss Brands and Knowing What You Buy and is is the Fault of the Gun or the Operator. Also, let us know what you thought of my “Million Dollar Idea”! Lastly, please leave a star rating and a review on Apple Podcasts over @ Bottomless Coffee 007 iTunes Podcast Channel, they really […]

15 Feb 19

From Leupold: BEAVERTON, Ore. — Building upon the success of the existing 15×56 model, Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has added 8×42, 10×42, 10×50, and 12×50 variants to the BX®- 5 SantiamTM HD binocular line. “The BX-5 Santiam HD line is purpose-built for the relentless, diehard hunter that may need to glass for hours on end,” […]

14 Feb 19
Industry Journals

A new market assessment report on the Red Dot Sights market provides a comprehensive overview of the Red Dot Sights industry for the forecast period 2018 – 2026.  The analytical study is proposed to provide immense clarity on the market size, share and growth rate across different regions. The profound knowledge and extensive examination of […]

13 Feb 19
Markets n Trends Analysis

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Riflescope Market Research Report 2019” new report to its research database. The report spread across 165 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. This comprehensive Riflescope Market research report includes a brief on these trends that can help the businesses operating in the industry to understand the market and strategize for […]

13 Feb 19
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13 Feb 19
GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

In the world of optics red dots are newest to the scene.  Iron sights on guns have been in use since the days of the musket and scopes since the mid 1800’s.  While the invention of the red dot was in 1900 the popularity and mass manufacturing didn’t start till 1975 with Aimpoint.  Nowadays red dot sights are […]

12 Feb 19
New Machinery Updates

Global Riflescope Market report offers the latest industry trends, technological innovations and forecast market data. A deep-dive of Global Riflescope Market industry based on market size, Global Riflescope Market growth, development plans, and opportunities is offered by this report. The forecast market information, SWOT analysis and feasibility study are the vital aspects analyzed in this […]

12 Feb 19
Latest News

The Report Telescope Lens Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2018-2026 provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz Telescope Lens Market: Introduction A telescope is an objectively simple device consisting of one or more lenses placed within a tube that accumulates light and manipulates, […]

12 Feb 19
Research Reports

Golf rangefinder is a device which measures the distance of the target from the observer. The golf rangefinder tool is one of the major helping tools for players to gauge the distance and improve their scores. Amateurs use it specifically for measuring the distance between them and the flag. Golf rangefinders have numerous benefits in […]

11 Feb 19

The WI SCTP Foundation is running another state wide raffle this year. We have another great group of prizes this year. Again this year, all the teams in the state will have the ability to sell tickets for this raffle. Each ticket will be sold for $10 each. The team will keep $5 and will […]