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The 45th Annual SCI Convention is coming in February. This year's convention promises to be bigger and better than ever! SCI President Larry Higgins offers a personal invitation!

The Wildlife Works of Cynthie Fisher: Where Science and Art Collide

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 24, 2017
It takes one to know one, as they say, and that certainly comes into play when looking at the wildlife art of Cynthie Fisher. An avid hunter, she not only searches out deer, antelope...
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CWD Found In The Wild In Clearfield County, Pennsylvania

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 23, 2017
Chronic wasting disease has spread to free-ranging deer in an area of Pennsylvania where it previously had been detected only in captive deer. The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced July 20, 2017 that a free-ranging...
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Precision Shooting Equipment – Engineered for Success

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 22, 2017
The story of Precision Shooting Equipment (PSE) has a familiar beginning. An individual has an idea and through hard work, innovation...
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SCI Northern AZ Chapter Hosts Annual Fall Hunters Gathering

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 21, 2017
On September 9, 2017 the Northern Arizona ChapterSCI-HG-FALL-Hunters-Gathering-082117 of Safari Club International will host their Fall Hunters Gathering at the Orangetree Golf Resort in Scottsdale...
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Flashback Friday - Believe It!

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 18, 2017
I had hunted the southern greater kudu before in both Namibia and Zimbabwe, but never before on the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Isolated from other kudus, these animals range east to the Indian Ocean, on fertile land under Mediterranean weather. Citrus groves color a basin east of Blaauwkrantz...
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Entries Due Soon For Awards Presented During Chapter Night 2018 At SCI Convention

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 17, 2017
Safari Club International hosts its 19th annual Chapter Night at the Annual Hunters’ Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wed., Jan. 31, 2018.
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Politics Trump Science In British Columbia Grizzly Bear Hunting Ban

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 16, 2017
Sustainable management of wildlife in British Columbia was sucker-punched this week when the Provincial government announced the closure of grizzly bear hunting. Protectionist politics of anti-hunters trumped sound science in a drama that...
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Summertime Swine

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 16, 2017
Fortunately, summer is a very good time for hog hunting! Just how good depends a lot on where you live, but with something like nine million feral hogs now occupying much of the United States, there’s lots of opportunity. And since those nine million hogs...
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European Leaders Meet In Barcelona

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 15, 2017
In July, most of the Presidents and representatives of the European Chapters, the three European Regional Representatives, three International Directors, a Co-Chairman and the...
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Nosler's New 22 and the Modern Sporting Rifle

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 14, 2017
Those interested enough in guns to read this column on a regular basis are probably familiar with the Nosler people having introduced three...
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SCI 2018 Convention Auction Preview

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 11, 2017
Here's a sneak peek of just a few of the items that will be auctioned at the 2018 SCI Convention!
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Applications For Permission Slips Open For Wyoming Hunter Management Areas

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 10, 2017
If you’re one of the many hunters planning to head to a Wyoming Game and Fish Department Hunter Management Area (HMA) this fall, it's time to apply for...
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The Big Lever Action

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 09, 2017
There are six primary rifle actions: Single-shot, multi-barrel, bolt-action, lever-action, slide-action, and self-loading. The lever action, however, was almost purely an American development, and until after World War II was America’s preferred sporting rifle action...
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Wood Sculptor Sam Soet Finds His Niche In Wildlife Art

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 08, 2017
Sculptor Sam Soet had a degree in fine arts from Ball State University under his belt along with an apprenticeship in wood sculpture with master sculptor ...
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Axis High Penetration Carbon Arrows

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 07, 2017
ntroduced in 2004, Axis arrows have emerged as the go-to for bowhunters seeking increased penetration on...
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From the Niger to the Nile - An Armchair Safari with Boyd Alexander

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 04, 2017
Every explorer looks upon the map of that part of the world which particularly calls him, and endeavors to find a spot that still affords opportunity for the special powers he may possess….” It was Lake Chad that originally interested Alexander, but his fellow officer, Captain...
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SCI Members Add to Record Book

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 03, 2017
SCI's Record Book is adding new records and documenting the hunting heritage of our members every day. These SCI members have shared their successes...
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New Records and A New Start

by Randy Gibbs | Aug 02, 2017
Two Tennessee hunters recently harvested new world record Southeastern white-tailed deer with muzzleloaders. Last November, Harold Thompson harvested a 184-inch typical Southeastern white-tailed deer that is now...
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Clays For Kids “Ray Day” A Resounding Success

by Randy Gibbs | Jul 31, 2017
Ray Day is free and open to the public for participants ages three to seventeen. Birds Landing, seated in the town of the same name in a rural region of California’s Bay Area, is a top-notch facility and preserve for sporting clays and upland...
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In-Rut Rifle

by Randy Gibbs | Jul 31, 2017
It’s almost a sure bet that every good hunter knows that when game is in rut, extraordinarily good things can happen. So when I learned of a company called In-Rut Rifles that was offering custom...
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