SCI maintains two blogs. Hunt Forever chronicles the exciting worldwide hunts SCI members take and covers subjects of importance to all hunters. First For Hunters chronicles SCI’s work to defeat anti hunting attacks. 

Guns & Hunting

Bowhunting Axis In South Texas

11/08/2018 Hunt Forever

It was unseasonably warm for mid-February, even for South Texas, as I settled into my ground blind to see what might turn up that afternoon. The first three blind shifts had been unproductive only in that I had yet to have an opportunity at…

Guns & Hunting

Barrett’s Fieldcraft Lightweight Rifle for Sportsmen & Hunters

11/07/2018 Hunt Forever

When they could not find the perfect hunting rifle, Barrett built one.  The Fieldcraft rifle is designed to be carried farther on long days in the field and perform like a Barrett at that critical moment. The stock is crafted from hand-laid carbon…

Conservation

The State Of Hunter Recruitment And R3

11/06/2018 Hunt Forever

Many have heard of the North American Conservation Model and how well it has worked in preserving and increasing many species of wild game in North America.  But did you know that 80 percent of the dollars that go into wildlife conservation in North…

Inside SCI

A Life Member Breakfast Like No Other!

11/02/2018 Hunt Forever

This year, SCI’s Life Member Breakfast embraces the camaraderie of hunting camp like no other. Emcee Melissa Bachman is hosting three special guest speakers, P.H. John Sharp, P.H. Johnny Vivier and P.H. Cliff Walker, who will share the best of their…

Inside SCI

SCI Launches Hunter Information Service As New Member Benefit

11/01/2018 Hunt Forever

This year Safari Club International is introducing the Hunter Information Service, a new benefit available to SCI’s 50,000-plus members. The service provides SCI members with an online library and real-time helpline for information on all things…

Guns & Hunting

Wisconsin Collared Deer Are Legal To Harvest

10/30/2018 Hunt Forever

This fall, hunters may spot collared or ear-tagged whitetail deer in the fields and woods of southwest Wisconsin. These deer have been tagged as part of a mortality study by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and are legal to harvest. "…