Get cash rebates of $125 on any Steyr Pro THB, Pro THB 6.5 Creedmoor or Scout Rifle purchased from any Authorized Steyr Dealer. With summer now coming to a close, Steyr Arms announces that its 2018 Summer Sale Consumer Cash Rebate Program is extended through September 30! This rebate program will offer customers cash rebates of $125 on any Steyr Pro THB, Pro THB 6.5 Creedmoor or Scout Rifle purchased from any Authorized Steyr Dealer between July 9th and September 30, 2018. This is the best deal of the summer! Receiving the cash-back rebate on any of the qualified Steyr firearms is easy. Customers have two options to get the rebate ¾ either go to http://steyrarms.rebateaccess.com to submit the rebate electronically (preferred method), or customers can download and fill out the rebate form—which can be found at http://steyrarms.com/rebate/—and mail it along with with a copy of the original dated sales receipt to: Promotion #84315 Steyr Arms $125 MIR P.O. Box 22092 Tempe, AZ … [Read more...] about Extended Through September! Check Out The Steyr Arms Summer Rebate 2018.
From Meijer's Newsroom: Meijer will be offering free junior deer hunting licenses at all Michigan stores from Sept. 14-15. The Walker-based retailer says the deal is valid for a single junior deer hunting license, which carries a $20 value, or a mentored youth hunting license. Children must be accompanied by an adult to get the license, which can be accessed at the sporting goods desk or by contacting customer service. More details can be found via The Outdoor Wire or MLIVE. Happy Hunting! … [Read more...] about Meijer Offering Free, Junior Deer Hunting Licenses at All Michigan Stores on Sept. 14-15
Historic effort allows salmon passage for the first time in nearly 90 years ANCHORAGE, Alaska—Today The Conservation Fund announced the completion of the four-year, $7.5 million effort to remove the Lower Eklutna River dam in Southcentral Alaska. For the first time in 89 years, the five species of Pacific salmon that live in the Eklutna River, located 20 miles north of Anchorage, can now move upstream to additional spawning habitat. The Conservation Fund partnered with the Native Village of Eklutna and the Eklutna Native Corporation on the work to remove the dam. “This has been an exciting and rewarding project for the Eklutna Dena’ina people who still live and fish along the river,” said Curtis McQueen, CEO of Eklutna Incorporated. “Eklutna River salmon are an important part of our culture and we are hopeful that this is the first big step toward the recovery of the salmon runs that our people once relied on for subsistence.” The Conservation FundU.S. Congressman Don Young … [Read more...] about The Conservation Fund: Removal Of Eklutna Dam Complete
The most overlooked outdoor survival strategy is right under your nose—well, five or six feet under your nose. Ask any infantryman, and they’ll tell you that taking good care of your feet is one of the best things you can do to stay off the injured list. If you’re planning on doing some real hiking out in the backcountry, especially if you plan to be out for multiple days, now is the time to make sure you don’t wind up on the side of a mountain with two “flat tires”—feet that just can’t move you any further. Here’s how to keep that from happening. Before the Hike First, you need to get those boots squared away. Your footwear is absolutely critical, because “a few blisters” can absolutely develop into a real emergency in the backwoods. Not only can they make it exquisitely painful to walk, they open an avenue for infection to set in. If you have any circulation problems, that’s doubly dangerous. So what you want to do is make sure that your boots not only fit you properly, … [Read more...] about Wilderness Survival: Take Care of Your Feet
Are you a first-time hunter? If you are new to deer hunting, there’s a lot you need to learn. It is not wise to start hunting for a deer if you do not know the “ABCs” of first-time deer hunting. Going into the forest without any prior training is a threat to not only you, but to others as well. Trust us, you do not want to take that chance. It’s pertinent you follow the tips in this first-time deer hunting guide to have a successful first-time deer hunting experience: Rule 1: Never Go Deer Hunting without Informing Someone First Have you seen the movie 127 hours? If you have, you know what can happen if you do not inform anyone of your whereabouts. If you are going to hunt deer on your own, you need to inform a friend, family member, or even your neighbor. If a hunting-related fatality occurs or you get lost in the woods, you will have someone who will notice your absence and send for help. Rule 2: Choose Your Hunting Ground You can either go deer hunting on public … [Read more...] about First-Time Deer Hunting Guide for Beginners