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    Abigail Casey

    I Work for Rated Red as a outdoor host creating 15 individual video content pieces a week. I also was a producer for the documentary titled "Guns up Texas." Before working for Rated Red I was a videographer for Realtree Outdoors for 2 years and managed their YouTube channel.


  • High Power Service Rifle Competition: How to Master the Sitting Position – Serena Juchnowski

    The sitting position in high power service rifle competition is more stable than the standing position, but it still requires discipline and attention to detail. In the National Match course for high power service rifle, the 200-yard rapid fire stage follows the slow-fire standing stage. Most competitors choose to shoot rapid-fire at 200 yards from the sitting position, while a few may prefer kneeling. Both are permitted. Competitors must fire ten rounds in a time period of sixty seconds with a magazine change. These ten rounds should be split between two magazines, with two rounds in one magazine and eight in another. The two-round magazine must be loaded and fired first, then ejected and switched with the eight-round magazine. In some matches, competitors fire their rapid immediately after the standing stage, while in other matches, they may have to pull their gear off of the line and bring it on again after all competitors (except those in the pits) fire the standing stage. There are two primary reasons for this second method. One, all competitors on the firing line fire the standing stage before anyone shoots rapid-fire sitting. This method helps in equalizing the conditions for the competitors. Second, the time between standing and sitting allows competitors with match rifles to make adjustments to their stocks and adapt their rifles for the next position. For service rifle shooters, not as much time is needed, as there are no adjustments to make other than unhooking the sling from the rifle and maybe adjusting the stock. While permissible service rifle stocks only adjust in length, match rifle stocks can have adjustable butt plates, cheek pieces, and many other fine-tuned adjustments. This article will focus on service rifle and the sitting position. Every person shoots sitting slightly differently because each person’s body is different. The two most popular styles are crossed legged and crossed ankle. Crossed ankle is more common among those individuals with knee problems, as it places less stress on the knees. As in the standing position, natural point of aim and consistency are of utmost importance.


  • Atlanta Campaign Targets Illegal Gun Purchases

    ATLANTA, Ga. — As part of an ongoing national effort to help prevent illegal “straw” purchases of firearms, the National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are reminding the public in the Atlanta area that stiff penalties are in place for individuals convicted of such purchases. Billboard,


  • After Powderhook Women’s Pheasant Hunt, Participants Ask: What’s Next?

    LINCOLN, Neb. — How do you get 20 women who have never hunted, or even shot a gun, to do it again? You invite them to do it the first time. That’s the biggest take-away from last week’s first-ever Powderhook Women’s Hunt, in which participants learned about gun safety, dog handling, the basics of conservation



    Mandeville, LA –  This week on Guns & Gear, it’s the 9mm PC Carbine rifle from Ruger, silent shooting with Smith & Wesson’s M&P M2.0 with a threaded barrel and Gemtech suppressor, HEVI-Shot’s HEVI-Duty shotgun shells, the M600DF rifle light from SureFire, and Sig Sauer’s Elite Copper ammo in 6.5 Creedmoor. Guns & Gear showcases


  • Mossy Oak is Designated as the Official Camouflage Partner of the NRA

    WEST POINT, MS –   Mossy Oak and the National Rifle Association have united in a relationship that aims to express support for the long-term preservation of our hunting heritage and outdoors lifestyle. Mossy Oak and the NRA are joining forces to further advance hunting in the United States of America. In addition to the ongoing battle to preserve


  • NSSF Program Hunting Works for America Expands Again

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the trade association for the firearms industry, is proud to announce that the Hunting Works For America footprint has grown to include Maryland. Hunting Works For Maryland joins 18 other states, including most recently Ohio, as the 19th state to be included in the award-winning Hunting


  • Mossy Oak Observes Veteran’s Day in Latest Episode of “HONOR”

    WEST POINT, MS – Mossy Oak Capture Digital Productions releases its latest digital episode of “HONOR” featuring Specialist Jack Zimmerman of the United States Army. In this episode of “Honor,” Specialist Zimmerman explains how his family and his dog Moose help him focus on the positives of life after a wound from combat dealt him


  • Union Sportsmen’s Alliance Celebrates 200th Fundraising Shoot

    After providing union members and other shooting sports enthusiasts with camaraderie and exciting competition for nearly a decade, the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) Shooting Tour celebrated its 200th fundraising shoot November 3, 2018 with the 9th Annual IBEW Southern California Sporting Clays Shoot in Corona, California. The roar of more than 100 shotguns marked the


  • This Sunday on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk

    Mandeville, LA – Dissecting the midterm election results, supporting Veterans this weekend, and more, this Sunday on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk®, the original nationally-syndicated talk show about guns and the shooting sports. The midterm elections are over for most of the country, (Georgia is still counting votes at this time for Governor), and former Milwaukee


  • Young Hunter Award Winner Named

    (Nov. 8, 2018 – DALLAS) — DSC is pleased to announce DSC Life Member Grant E. Stepan, of San Antonio, Texas, as the 2019 recipient of the Colin Caruthers Young Hunter Award. This award honors young hunters who have met a very strict set of criteria for hunting and academic achievement, as well as community service


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