Sportsmen's Act Will Soon Face a Vote

Call the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at 202-224-3121

As the 112th Congress begins its post-election session, NSSF encourages all firearms owners, hunters, target shooters and sportsmen to call or email their U.S. senators and urge them to vote YES on the Sportsmen's Act (S.3525) -- the most important package of bipartisan legislation for the benefit of sportsmen in a generation -- and to oppose any amendment to the bill. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill Thursday, so act now.

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Make Your Hunt a Success

With hunting season in full swing, we remind experienced and novice hunters that it's good practice before heading afield to review your hunting safety guidelines. Also, take advantage of the video tips below and on NSSF's YouTube channel on topics such as sighting in, mounting your scope and donating venison to those in need. Wherever you go and whatever game you pursue, have a successful hunt this fall!

 

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Tips to Ensure a Memorable Hunt

Whether you are going on a hunt of a lifetime or simply to your neighbor's farm, you don't want anything to get in the way of having a great experience. Even one spoiled hunt is one too many in our book. Here are a number of suggestions to help you avoid common mistakes and oversights from those of us at the National Shooting Sports Foundation who hunt.

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On Your Hunt, Remember to ACTT

Connecticut certified hunter education instructor Charles Bruckerhoff asks hunters to remember the acronym ACTT for safety reminders. It begins with Assume every firearm is loaded. Do you know the rest?

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Gil Ash Explains the OSP Method

In this video, Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School discusses the various methods of clay target shooting and his school's start-in-front, stay-in-front approach to shooting. This method stresses inserting the muzzle in front of the target and matching gun speed and target speed.

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Doug Koenig on Weak-hand Shooting

World champion shooter Doug Koenig explains his technique of drawing and quickly and effectively getting on target with your weak hand.

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Long-Range Shooting: Rifles That Shoot Far

Wayne van Zwoll looks at what goes wrong when shooting at long distances, as well as how to get it right.

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Whiz Wheel Review: Long-Range Ballistic Solver

The Whiz Wheel is a new ballistics calculator recently approved by the State Department (yes, it's that effective and that secret) for sale to civilian shooters. Does it live up to the hype?

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Looking Back: Col. Charles Askins Reviews the 44 Magnum

In this retro review from 1957, Col. Charles Askins takes a first look at the 44 Magnum. It's an interesting read for anyone into gun collecting and history.

 

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