NOKA, MN – Federal Premium Ammunition is pleased to announce Edge TLR. The full line of rifle ammunition combines the features of top match bullet designs with the industry’s best bonding technology. The result is match accuracy and reliable expansion at extreme long range, with high weight retention, deep penetration and lethal terminal performance at shorter distances. There’s never been a hunting bullet that compares. Shipments of Edge TLR ammunition are being delivered to dealers.
Daniel Defense, manufacturer of the world’s finest firearms and accessories, has expanded its line of Cerakote rifle finishes with the addition of CERAKOTE® ELITE DANIEL DEFENSE® DEEP WOODS™. The new Deep Woods finish is more durable and features greater abrasion resistance than previous Cerakote finishes. “We are excited to be working with Cerakote to release Daniel Defense Deep Woods on several of our rifle models,” said Marty Daniel, President/CEO of Daniel Defense. “We debuted the
PRATT – The National Shooting Sports Foundation has announced that August is National Shooting Sports Month, celebrating the passion millions of Americans have for target shooting. Recreational shooting is a safe and fun activity enjoyed by people of all ages, whether in competitive venues or target plinking just for fun. Target shooting is also great preparation for the coming hunting seasons. To learn more about National Shooting Sports Month, go to www.shootingsportsmonth.org, where you’ll find
Kentucky Afield Outdoors: A Positive Outlook for the Upcoming Dove Season FRANKFORT, KY – The morning fog we’ve seen a few times lately portends that fall hunting seasons are right around the corner. For many Kentuckians, the best time of year begins on Sept. 1, the traditional opener for dove season. Dove hunting is a social event as old friends reunite while standing on the edge of a field, telling stories and keeping their eyes
Gov. Rick Snyder took an off-road vehicle ride Wednesday along the new Escanaba to Hermansville multi-use trail, celebrating one more milestone in deepening Michigan’s brand as The Trails State. The trail was developed through a unique and innovative partnership between the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and American Transmission Co. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Thomas St. Onge Veterans Museum in Hermansville, Gov. Snyder rode the roughly 25-mile ORV route east into Delta County