MAY 30, 2023

Letter from the Editor

Memorial Day has ended. Its observance should never stop. Yesterday, today, and forever, let us continue to remember and honor our Fallen and their sacrifices for our freedom.

Jay Pinsky - Chaplain, American Legion Post 247

The Voice of Leadership Panel is now accepting nominations for the 2023-2024 Voice of Leadership Panel.

If you are passionate about the future of hunting and want to contribute to our community by collaborating with some of the industry's best and brightest emerging leadership, then let us know.

We're looking for people with something to say and need a global platform. Who are we looking for? Problem solvers, teambuilders, and passion.

The Voice of Leadership Panel is an appointed group of outdoor industry leaders who have volunteered to contribute their voices on crucial hunting and outdoor recreation issues to inform, inspire, and educate participants within our community.

What does your participation mean?

As a contributor for The Voice of Leadership Panel, your appointment is for one year, beginning in September. As panelists, members identify and propose solutions for crucial hunting issues through periodic team-based discussions throughout the year. Panelists will provide a minimum of four leadership-based editorials on key hunting topics featured in The Hunting Wire and often published with our partners at The National Rifle Association and The Outdoor Stewards of Conservation Foundation.

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The Voice of Leadership Panel is an appointed group of outdoor industry leaders who have volunteered to contribute their voices on crucial hunting and outdoor recreation issues to inform, inspire, and educate participants within our community.



Highlighting Manufacturers and Their Support of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — NSSF®, The Firearm Industry Trade Association, highlights a partnership with Taurus Holdings, Inc., in support of the “Partner with a Payer®” initiative by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). In the video, titled “Building Our Partnerships,” the world-class manufacturing facilities at Taurus are showcased, which have been vital to assisting the state of Georgia and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in their economic development of creating and maintaining resources for the public to utilize for outdoor activities.

Companies including firearm and ammunition manufacturers and importers contribute to the USFWS initiative by paying excise taxes into the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (known as the Pittman-Robertson Act). More than $16.1 billion (over $25 billion when adjusted for inflation) have been contributed and distributed to individual states to allocate funds toward wildlife conservation, hunter-education programs and target shooting programs.

“This is a win-win situation for everyone involved, but especially outdoorsmen and women who are passionate about these activities and creating additional opportunities that future generations can utilize too,” said Tom Decker, Brand Manager, USFWS. “It enables manufacturers to also be active participants in managing wildlife areas and improving resources and facilities such as target shooting ranges. In return, the available facilities encourage the local community and industry partners alike to increase their regular participation and recruit others to use them as well.”

Employees from Taurus, Georgia DNR, NSSF and USFWS came together to nourish relationships and gain insight on each partner’s industry challenges. Through these shared experiences, the partners find ways to work together, support one another to overcome challenges, and understand each other’s opportunities for the betterment of wildlife resource management and public hunting opportunities. Understanding how each partner contributes to the American system of conservation funding is essential to the overall success of the initiative.

Taurus Holdings, Inc., whose 205,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is located in Bainbridge, Georgia, produces high-quality firearms with the support of employees who are passionate about the industry. A portion of each of its sales contributes to the excise tax, thus making public target shooting facilities and natural habitat more accessible to outdoorsmen and -women.

“Having more public resources, like this shooting range, made available around the country is very important to our business,” said Bret Vorhees, President and CEO of Taurus Holdings, Inc. “It makes these activities more accessible for current owners and new shooters to hone their skills, learn and practice proper firearm safety, and ultimately help expand the shooting sports and hunting alike. Without our contribution of excise taxes and the state fish and wildlife agencies' dedication to managing these funding opportunities, initiatives like these wouldn’t be possible.”

These latest videos and others in the series were produced by Shine United LLC / Kingdom Filmworks for NSSF through a Multistate Conservation Grant administered by the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

HeadHunters NW Delivers Shooting Industry Employee Satisfaction Survey Results

May 18, 2023 – Edgemont, SD – HeadHunters NW, the premier executive recruiting firm focused exclusively and deliberately on talent acquisition for the shooting, hunting, and outdoor industry, announces the results of its recent Shooting Industry Employee Satisfaction Survey. The survey provides data for corporate executives, team leaders, and human resource managers as companies in the firearms industry struggle to determine which incentives spark collaboration, motivation, culture, and productivity in their workforces.

“The purpose of the HeadHunters NW Shooting Industry Employee Satisfaction Survey is to help employers and managers in our industry better understand the needs and expectations of their workforce,” according to HeadHunters NW President Shaylene Keiner. “And boy, did we learn some compelling things along the way,” she said.

“One surprise was the number of people preferring remote work versus an office setting,” Keiner stated. Only 14 percent of the respondents favored in-person work, while the remainder split between fully remote and a hybrid combination of in-person and remote work. “This trend is indicative of many of the professionals we recruit for top positions in the industry. While remote work is not always practical for employers, the survey reflects this model appears to be the new normal,” she commented.

“Based on results from questions about corporate culture and satisfaction, it is crucial for our industry leaders to recognize the pitfalls of working remotely, including the potential for fewer collaborative workplace relationships, decreased opportunities for mentorship, and possible sluggish career advancement. Perhaps our leaders must address this trend by defining what drives the desire for staffers who prefer to avoid the office,” Keiner suggested.

“Another discovery from the survey is that professionals are ready to grow through skill building and training,” she said. “Fifty-one percent of survey participants expressed eagerness to improve skills via professional development education, while thirty-one percent hunger for firsthand training from leadership,” said Keiner. “Those numbers reflect a tangible opportunity to engage workers and guide company culture through education and mentoring.”

To see the full results and conclusions of the HeadHunters NW Shooting Industry Employee Satisfaction Survey, please visit

Would it help to learn more about how your company compares to other shooting, hunting, and outdoor industry companies? Please contact us today for a confidential discussion about benefits, compensation, remote vs. hybrid vs. in-person work environments, paid time off, and other vital details employees ask about by phone at 605-600-1709 or email

For more information about HeadHunters NW, visit Follow on social media at LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.

About HeadHunters NW

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HeadHunters NW recruits talent for Fortune 500 corporations, venture, and private equity groups, family-owned businesses, and non-profits while uncovering talent for C-suite roles, vital management positions, and more. HeadHunters NW discovers thriving candidates from various industries, functions, and regions and places them in influential roles in the shooting, hunting, and outdoor industry. People who will drive your objectives to the next level are within our reach, and we secure them for you swiftly. HeadHunters NW helps you hire the best talent for your team in the timeframe you set.

Media Contact: Laura Evans, Silver Bullet Marketing


Our nation's forests and watersheds are facing increasing challenges that threaten everyday life in ways such as changing climates, wildfires, water shortages and invasive species. Land managers are having to rethink their strategies to address these challenges, which don't recognize physical boundaries. As a result, solutions that can be implemented across entire landscapes are needed to create forests that are healthy and resilient.

To overcome these challenges, the Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative promotes collaborative efforts, and encourages its partners at the federal, state, tribal, and local levels to expand the scope of their forest restoration efforts. RMRI was established as a collaboration between the National Wild Turkey Federation and the USDA Forest Service, selecting Colorado as the pilot location to demonstrate the Forest Service’s Shared Stewardship strategy.

Partners within the RMRI are restoring landscapes in the Southwest, Upper Arkansas and Upper South Platte regions of Colorado. The goal is to restore 310,000 acres of public and private lands in the Southwest, 30,000 acres of public and private lands in Upper Arkansas, and 75,000 acres of public and private lands in Upper South Platte.

Southwest Colorado

In 2019, RMRI partners unanimously agreed to concentrate their initial combined efforts on Southwest Colorado. In 2022, the RMRI landscape in this area received a total investment of $11,949,786 for restoration work, with $4,201,761 of the total being non-federal funding from various sources. Volunteers from the Wildfire Adapted Partnership, the San Juan Mountains Association and the City of Durango contributed 19,935 hours of their time—which is equivalent to $597,053. This funding and volunteer support allowed over 100 projects and supporting activities to be completed on public, private, state, and tribal lands in 2022. As we look back on the accomplishments and progress made, we can celebrate the successes achieved through these collective efforts.

RMRI created a 10-year goal to treat 310,000 acres in the Southwest landscape; 290,000 of those acres on federal lands and the remaining 20,000 acres on private lands. RMRI Partners aim to treat approximately 29,000 acres of federal land and 2,000 acres of private land annually. Additionally, a goal was created to restore 93,000 acres of public and private lands in the first three years. 

The progress has been significant, with 13,734 acres of public land restored in the San Juan National Forest and U.S. Bureau of Land Management lands, and 748 acres of private land restored in 2022. The restoration efforts will improve forest health, mitigate large fire sedimentation impacts to key watersheds, restore ecosystems, improve habitat and reduce hazardous fuels to protect communities and prepare the landscape for fire.

Additionally, the RMRI efforts resulted in the restoration of 2,967 acres of water on public and private land, as well as the mitigation of 9,717 acres to minimize the impact of catastrophic wildfires on surrounding communities.

Upper Arkansas

The Upper Arkansas landscape encompasses Chaffee and Lake Counties, which are home to Colorado's largest river basin.

In 2020, the Envision Forest Health Council in Chaffee County formulated a 10-year plan aimed at reducing the threat of severe fires to community assets through targeted forest treatments spanning up to 30,000 acres by 2030. As of the end of 2022, a total of 5,158 acres of public and private forest land have been treated, and $23 million has been raised for future forest planning and treatment projects. Furthermore, 1,098 private landowners have acted to enhance wildfire resiliency in the county.

In Lake County, 155 acres of private land have undergone treatment to mitigate wildfire threats to the community. In 2022, the Lake County community, in collaboration with citizens and a Community Wildfire Protection Plan Leaders Team, developed an updated version of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan. The primary objective of the updated plan is to decrease the overall risk to the community's assets by approximately 50% within a 10-year timeframe through prioritized treatment of specific acres.

Upper South Platte

The Upper South Platte watershed is a crucial water source, providing 80-90% of the water supply for the Denver and Aurora metro areas, serving around 3 million residents. The Upper South Platte Partnership takes the lead in this region, bringing together government agencies, water providers, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. Through collaborative efforts in 2022, a total of 2,274 acres of land, spanning private, local, state, and federal properties, received treatment as part of shared stewardship projects. Additionally, four fire protection districts conducted 292 home inspections, and 930 properties participated in chipping programs. The Forest Service also burned 305 acres of slash piles, while $3 million in funding was allocated for new projects in the watershed, further supporting conservation efforts.

Source: Colorado Wildfire Risk Assessment Portal (COWRAP)

RMRI partners will continue their efforts to improve the key landscape of southwest Colorado through restoration work in 2023. On May 4, 2023, the U.S. Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Region was granted $46,709,453 to implement fuel breaks as part of the Wildfire Crisis Strategy implementation. The San Juan National Forest, which is part of the RMRI southwest Colorado landscape, will receive $13,150,000 to prepare 150,000 acres of land for prescribed fire through mechanical treatments. This funding will support the RMRI partners in achieving their shared values of restoring forests and habitat, protecting communities, supporting recreation and tourism, and ensuring clean and secure water in this focal landscape.

To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative’s mission and ongoing projects, visit the website here.

National Wild Turkey Federation 
PO Box 530 
Edgefield South Carolina 29824 
United States 

Cowboy Insurance is a Burris Optics original film that draws viewers into the Gateway Simmental Ranch, a fourth-generation cattle concern in Lewistown, Montana. Run by Jim Butcher and sons Logan and Brock, the film is an in-the-mud portrait of the ranching lifestyle and the never-ending challenges of livestock management. Spring, in particular, requires these ranchers to dig deep as they work the critical and often chaotic two-month calving season, combating unpredictable weather and predators to ensure their calves make it to the summer pastures. (Link:


Fawns are often discovered alone by people this time of year. Leaving newborns alone during the day is common for deer, and experts urge people to resist any "rescues" and leave them wild as they should be. (Photo by Jacob Miller/Readers' Photo Showcase 2021)

By Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Best Policy Is to Keep Young Wildlife Wild, Biologists Say

Spring is a time of renewal in nature, continuing the ancient cycle that defines the outdoor world. But each spring, well-meaning people interrupt that ancient cycle because they want to “rescue” newborn and young animals that might appear, at first glance, to be abandoned.

With Memorial Day weekend upon us, many people are planning to enjoy time outdoors, and the chances of having encounters with wildlife are greater. So, theOklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is reminding everyone to keep young wildlife wild.

"If you find newborn wildlife while in the woods or in your yard that appears to be alone, chances are an adult animal is nearby and is simply waiting for you to move along so they can care for their young," said Mark Howery, Wildlife Diversity Senior Biologist with the Wildlife Department.

Late May and early June are the most likely times when people will come across a solitary fawn. The animal might appear helpless, but it’s actually part of the species’ survival strategy.

A fawn may be motionless and seem vulnerable, but this is normal behavior for a fawn, and the doe is probably feeding or bedding nearby. Even if you see a fawn alone for several days, you should still leave it alone. Fawns are safest when left alone because their colors and patterns help them remain undetected.

Does visit their fawns to nurse very infrequently, a behavior that helps fawns avoid detection by predators. If well-meaning people repeatedly visit a fawn, it can prolong separation from the doe and delay needed feeding.

Fawns will often be left in areas where people might easily find them, because those are places predators might be less likely to visit.

Game Warden Brayden Hicks, based in Blaine County, said Game Wardens often receive calls this time of year asking them to "rescue" fawns that have been found alone. “I tell them don’t touch the fawn, and don’t try to feed it. Normally the momma is around, and she’s left her fawn on purpose so she can go feed.”

The doe will also stay away from its fawn so the doe’s scent will not attract predators. "Sometimes the doe will stay away for many hours, but she will eventually come back and care for her fawn," Hicks said.

This advice applies to other species of wildlife, too.

When people interfere and take in wild animals, they normally are doing more harm than good, Howery said. "Those animals may lose their instinctual fear of people and begin to bond with and depend on people to survive. If returned to nature later, these animals may not be able to feed or be aware of what dangers to avoid. And in some situations, the young animal could even die from the stress of being handled by people."

If a fawn has already been moved from where it was found, it is recommended to return it the capture site, even if many hours have passed. The notion that a mother will reject the young after being touched by people is largely a myth.

If a fawn is visibly injured or found with its dead mother (or in cases of clear injury or illness for any wildlife), reach out for advice by calling a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Phone numbers are listed by county at People may also seek advice from a local Game Warden listed at

When observing wildlife in their natural habitat, go ahead and take a good photo or two, but then leave them alone. The best policy is always to keep young wildlife wild.

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The Hyper XP 405 is built around the narrow diameter HyperFlite arrow. Barnett is the first crossbow company to improve the “ammo” in the crossbow category by advancing the technology of narrow diameter arrows into the crossbow platform.

XS Sights is pleased to introduce R3D Nights Sights for the Kimber K6s.

Buck Knives, Inc., a leader in the outdoor, sporting, and everyday carry knife markets, offers numerous cutlery solutions to aid with all the required food prepping chores.

The University of the Cumberlands retained their National Team Champion title on Sunday as the curtain came down on a wonderful 2023 USA Archery Collegiate Target Nationals at Georgia Southern University.

The National Deer Association (NDA) has announced an exciting Deer Steward Module scheduled for July 14-16, 2023 in Jamestown, Missouri. 

As summer approaches, grilling enthusiasts nationwide are gearing up to enjoy the best of outdoor gatherings, backyard barbecues, and sizzling cookouts. Get ready to take your grilling experience to a whole new level with The Provider, a trusted name in culinary excellence.

NSSF®, The Firearm Industry Trade Association, filed a challenge to California’s unconstitutional firearm industry liability law, AB 1594, that was passed last year and signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom. 

Emma Cornelison of Salisbury, North Carolina, is the 2023 Susie Konkel Ducks Unlimited (DU) National Scholarship winner.

With the competition shooting season officially underway, shooters from Taurus USA have already wrapped up major wins in USPSA, Steel Challenge, and IDPA. 

Designed to deliver purpose-built performance, the 5.56mm SAINT® Victor line of AR-style rifles features intelligently thought-out upgrades and enhancements.

The Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) announced that Conservation Police Officer First Class Amanda Nevel has been named the 2023 Conservation Police Officer of the Year.

Sparta, Wisconsin - Team Mathews is proud to announce that Team Shooter Sawyer Sullivan took home Gold in the 2023 Easton Foundations Gator Cup located in Newberry, Florida.

Outdoor Stewards of Conservation Foundation (OSCF) is proud to release a comprehensive research study that provides quality insights into Native Americans’ Participation In, and Perceptions Towards Hunting, Trapping and Target Shooting.

The Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) announced a harvest of 24,447 turkeys during the 2023 spring turkey season.

NSSF®, The Firearm Industry Trade Association, welcomes Richard Weimer, an expert in federal excise tax compliance, to its compliance consultants team. Weimer was engaged for 30 years doing regulatory and compliance work in private business, including providing expert testimony before federal and state regulatory bodies.

Al’s Goldfish Lure Company, designer and American-made manufacturer of the classic Goldfish lure and other innovative fishing lures and accessories, announced today the launch of its “Great Summer Fishing Giveaway.”

B Hoppe’s, the No.1 name in gun care products, is celebrating its 120th anniversary this year, a major milestone for the industry’s oldest gun cleaning supply brand. 

Competition Archery Media will provide live coverage of the Archery Shooters Association’s TRU Ball  Pro/Am in London, KY, June 1-4.


Primos Hunting, a pioneer in game calls and hunting accessories, has announced a new line of custom turkey box calls from the Primos Custom Mill Shop.

Freedom Munitions continues to expand the successful X-DEF defense line with the addition of the 38 Special caliber.   

As of last week the Cianciarulo’s North of the Border Bear N Down tour is going ok?

 ALPS Mountaineering has introduced a mummy-profile sleeping pad into its new-for-2023 line of R3 (Reduce•Reuse•Recycle) outdoor products.

Hodgdon is pleased to announce the release of Hodgdon Perfect Pattern, a shotshell powder designed for loading 12-gauge shells.

With the development of the 20-year national master stewardship agreement, the NWTF and USDA Forest Service aim to address many ecological challenges across the nation.

QuietKat Electric Bikes is proud to announce that they will be donating products to help raise money for the International Hunter Education Association (IHEA-USA).

Crossbow leader TenPoint Crossbow Technologies recently took home both awards in Outdoor Life’s annual crossbow test.

The conclusion of April brought an excellent finish to MidwayUSA Foundation’s April Online Donation Drive (ODD).

South Carolina has recently taken a progressive step by overturning its outdated ban on Sunday hunting on public lands.

The DWX Compact pistol inherits the best traits of two flagship pistols, the CZ 75 and the Dan Wesson 1911—handguns synonymous with quality, durability, and performance.

TenPoint Crossbow Technologies is excited to announce that Outdoor Life has selected the Flatline 460 as their Best Crossbows of 2023: Editor’s Choice award winner.

Bear Creek Arsenal has partnered with Weapon Works LLC, also located in North Carolina, for limited runs of cerakoted rifles.

Savage Arms has relied on Jones & Company for sales representation for more than 35 years and has expanded the company’s territory in 2023. Jones & Company will now handle the Midwest and Western states for Savage arms, while retaining Southern and TALO state responsibilities as well. 

Leader in premium hunting and sportsman clothing and gear, Ball and Buck is proud to announce the second limited edition Jack Carr #002 collaboration shirt.  

Job Opening: Merchandising Manager – Ammunition & Reloading

When you’re cooking over a bed of coals, your classic kitchen cutlery isn’t going to cut it. The James Brand & SITKA STUDIO Partner on the Pinnacle Outdoor Culinary Experience

CrossBreed Holsters, a leading manufacturer in the category of concealed carry, continues to expand its light-compatible EDC lineup with two holster options designed to fit the new Sig Sauer P365-XMACRO 9mm.

Powder Valley is pleased to announce the addition of Fix It Sticks as one of the latest additions to our offering of Hunting and Shooting Tools.

ALPS Mountaineering, manufacturer of performance-driven gear for wilderness adventures, exploration, and family camping, is excited to present the company's first tent series developed with a focus on environmental sustainability.

Skeet sensations Vincent Hancock and Austen Smith claimed gold medals at the 2023 Shotgun National Championships, qualifying them for the World Championship and Pan American Games.  

The #216, Lifeguard Holster, is our minimalistic IWB holster. It fully encloses the trigger guard, making it both safe and secure.

As the U.S. Department of Defense weighs whether to take privately owned guns from contractors and members of the U.S. Armed Forces, Pete Hegseth, a Fox News co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend and an Army combat veteran, has a lot to say about what is happening and what needs to happen to help our military members.

Hornady congratulates sponsored shooter Bennie Cooley for his performance at the Defiance AnTi Social NRL Hunter Match, May 20-21, 2023, in Belt, Montana.

The Savage Arms licensing program, in partnership with the Group 3 Holdings licensing group, remains on track to be available in the 4th quarter of 2023. The new line is comprised of hunting apparel, camping equipment and lifestyle apparel.

American Buffalo Knife and Tool Co. is happy to announce the company will attend the 2023 BLADE Show in Atlanta, Georgia. The world’s largest knife show, it’s slated for June 2-4 at the Cobb Galleria.

NSSF recognized four former sheriffs serving in Congress as Real Solutions.

Baschieri & Pellagri USA, manufacturer of the world’s premiere shotshells for sporting clays and hunting, proudly congratulates Diane Sorantino, a member of the B&P Pro Team, on her major wins at the Northeast Sporting Clays Championship, May 17th-21st.

KOR Cases, known for inventing and patenting the only universal gun storage insert, the Vacuum Rigidizing Structure (VRS), announces a brand ambassador partnership with Kristy Titus and her Pursue The Wild series.

Smith & Wesson is pleased to announce the addition of Josh Barca as National Account Manager.

MidwayUSA is looking for a Network Administrator to work on different projects to maintain the network and infrastructure of internal and external systems ranging from providing site hosting design, maintenance, scalability, and reliability.

Hornady engineered the Lock-N-Load Iron Press to be the heaviest, most rigid press in its class. This single-stage unit, powered with a spring-assisted 1-1/8-inch solid steel ram, is perfect for anyone demanding precision and repeatability from their reloading press.

The VP of Communications and Marketing is a key member of the senior management team, leading communication strategy and contributing to overall business development.

Red Rising, a hit TV show premiering on Sportsman Channel isn’t your traditional hunting television show.

Team Remington’s roster of top sporting clay athletes posted an impressive record during the National Sporting Clays Association’s Northeast Regional tournament, held May 16-21 in Pennsville, NJ.

Our philosophy at Bear Creek Arsenal is that every American should be able to own premium firearms, while not stressing over being able to afford them.

Fiocchi, a global leader in defensive, target, and hunting ammunition, recently signed Matthew Kutz to its Pro Shooting Team. Matthew is the latest of several up-and-coming competitive shooters to join Team Fiocchi over the last 12 months.

TenPoint Crossbow Technologies is excited to announce that Outdoor Life has selected the Wicked Ridge Raider 400 De-Cock as their Best Crossbows of 2023: Best Value award winner.

Urge Media is pleased to announce the renewal of partnership with Wallhanger TV, a highly acclaimed hunting show airing on Pursuit Channel.

Urge Media is expanding their team, and they’re looking for an in-house production manager.

Constructed of durable, virtually maintenance-free Kydex, the Triton 3.0 is fast on the draw, slender in profile, and easy to conceal!

1791 Outdoor Lifestyle Group (OLG) is pleased to announce the availability of their innovative Everyday Carry (EDC) Tool Organizers through distribution partners.

As The Carbon Arrow Experts, Victory Archery equips archers with the highest-quality arrows and crossbow bolts for target shooting and big game hunting.

Two of the latest cellular trail cameras from SPYPOINT are now shipping and available in retailers across the country.

The Uni-Tuk, #206, is the latest in our Pegasus® Kydex® by DeSantis® line. 

Buck Knives announces that the company will be attending the upcoming Blade Show in Atlanta, Georgia on June 2-4, 2023. The company store will be located in Booth #1630 in the Cobb Galleria and will offer a wide range of knives for sale. The Buck Knives store will also be an opportunity to meet CJ Buck, the CEO of Buck Knives, and have a knife signed by him.

TrueTimber has teamed up with multiple top brands from the outdoor industry for the Fully Loaded Father’s Day Giveaway. 

The rock-solid reliability of Vortex® Pro Rings is now available in a new size: high (1.45") 34mm Pro Riflescope Rings. Delivering the same streamlined strength and high-quality machining as all Pro Rings, our 34mm Pro Ring family now includes medium (1.10") and high (1.45").

Telum Tactical is happy to announce the launch of its Aftershock Automatic Knife.

SLG2, Inc has officially released its impressive 2023 first quarter report, showing they continue to make lifelong impacts on the shooting industry with new brand extensions, the 15-year expansion tour, and much more. 

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