Another awesome show at the Dallas Safari Club! Tons of cool gear, lots of guides and outfitters to setup hunts with and a massive amount of spectacular taxidermy !
Definitely worth checking out next year. We shot a few product videos as well as a bunch of pictures.. enjoy!
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Holy smokes! As a first time attendee of SHOT I will tell you it is massive. It is literally overwhelming with the number of vendors. 2016 is going to be a very exciting year for us here at TON. We have plenty of activities planned and some of the best people in the industry are going to be going with us.
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SHOT Show Press Conference – January 19, 2016 – Las Vegas
Brian Lisankie, President of Aimpoint, opened the press conference by referencing the deep hunting roots of Aimpoint. Hunting would be a theme throughout the presentation.
Brittney Stalvey was introduced as the new Marketing Manager, Professional Products. Dory Schoby has been promoted to Marketing Manager, Hunting. Continue reading Aimpoint Hunter
RGAS15 (The Remington Great Americans Shoot), “The Most Money Ever Raised with Guns,” returns to Rosharon, TX September 26th to benefit the Special Forces Charitable Trust and other Special Ops non profits.
100% of all monies go directly to providing meaningful and sustainable support for the Special Operations Community and their Families. Continue reading Remington Great Americans Shoot
TPWD News Release — April 15, 2015. The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.
- All Play and No Work. Near the end of duck season, a Henderson County game warden received a call from the owner of a local gas station. The caller said a black car had pulled up to one of their dumpsters and left a trash bag full of ducks inside. When the warden arrived at the gas station, he saw footage from the station’s cameras that showed the individual entering the gas station and paying for several items using a “speed pass.” The warden tracked down the individual using information secured from a warrant for the speed pass user’s credentials. The out-of-state hunter admitted to dumping the ducks in the dumpster because he did not want to clean them. Continue reading Game Warden Field Notes