From Cabela's - Cabela's Offering Pre-Black Friday Deals

Cabela's

Online and in-store daily deals available Nov. 13 - 26

Sidney, Nebraska - Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, today announced it is offering daily deals online and at its U.S. retail stores, Thursday, Nov. 13 through Wednesday, Nov. 26, as part of the company’s Holiday Head Start: Pre-Black Friday Deals.

Each day, three new Pre-Black Friday deals will be offered for one day only, online and in-store, while supplies last. These exciting deals offer outdoor enthusiasts an opportunity to get a head start on their holiday shopping this season.

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From Hornady - Hornady® and HAVA Help Disabled Hero Realize Lifelong Dream

Hunting Bison with Hornady & HAVA Mullen, Nebraska - Spending six hours hunting for bison in a Polaris RZR in 7-degree temps and 20 mph winds may not be on everyone’s bucket list, but it fulfilled a lifelong dream for Matt Keil, a quadriplegic veteran who shot an 1,800-pound bison during a hunt organized by Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA). The hunt took place in February at Dismal River Outfitters, a 50,000-acre ranch in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills.

Matt Keil’s life changed forever February 24, 2007, when he was critically injured while on a mission with the 3rd Platoon Able Company, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division from Ft. Carson, Colorado - just six weeks after he married his wife, Tracy.

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First time competitor flourishes at NRA's National Police Shooting Championship in New Mexico

Michelle Jochum of the Lincoln, Nebraska Police Department at NRA's NPSC in 2012
Michelle Jochum of the Lincoln PD in Nebraska takes aim during NRA's National Police Shooting Championships.

NRA's National Police Shooting Championships attracts a wide assortment of law enforcement marksmen from around the globe. Last year, we met one of those competitors — Officer Michelle Jochum from Lincoln, Nebraska ...

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Michelle Jochum as been on the job for five years. Just shy of five to be exact. A patrol officer for Nebraska's Lincoln Police Department, Jochum works the third shift in the downtown area known as the center team.

"Right smack dab in the center of the city," she said.

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From Hornady Manufacturing - Patriots Assemble!

Hornady announces Zombies in the Heartland tournament “Patriots Assemble!” is the rally cry as Zombie hunters are called to register for Zombies in the Heartland – Pandemic 2013, May 31 through June 2, 2013 at the Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska. Hornady® is the premiere sponsor of the second annual 3-gun event, along with the Nebraska Army National Guard. Registration is limited, and begins April 2, 2013 at 5 p.m. using this online registration form.

Back by popular demand, the match will feature 10 competitive stages, and five sidematch stages. Event sponsors will provide new and reactive zombie targets developed specifically for this match, with most targets falling over, moving, or exploding. Shooters will be required to compete with pistol, rifle and shotgun. For a complete list of rules/equipment requirements, please go to the Zombie Guide aka Rules and Regulations.

"Shooters are encouraged to bring their ARs, AKs, shotguns, pistols and all the high capacity magazines they can carry, because this event will test their skills," said Neil Davies, Marketing Director for Hornady® Manufacturing. "With a fun, challenging course of fire and another outstanding prize table, Pandemic 2013 promises to attract shooters from all over the country." For complete event information, visit http://zombiesintheheartland.com or follow on Facebook.

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Country superstars and NRA President Ron Schmeits participate in the Kearney, Nebraska One Box Pheasant Hunt:

One Box Pheasant Hunt activities began Thursday

NRA President Ron Schmeits displaying his trophy from an August hunt.
NRA President Ron Schmeits during an August hunt.

BROKEN BOW — Hunters hit the field at sunrise today for the 50th annual Nebraska One Box Pheasant Hunt in Broken Bow.

Although the main hunt is today (Saturday), activities began Thursday when the shooting ranges opened for trap and skeet shooting, and new teams and past shooters were recognized at a reception.

Since 1961, the hunt has promoted fellowship among sportsmen and supported the creation of wildlife habitat. The hunt has grown to be an annual event attended by sportsmen from around the world.

Teams include five members, two guides, a judge and a dog handler. The judge scores shots fired and kills. Each team is given one box of 25 shotgun shells that can be divided among team members in any way they wish ...

This year’s celebrity participants include country music singers Lorrie Morgan and John Anderson, author Stephen Coonts, National Football League player Chris Bober, Rear Adm. Mark A. Vance and National Rifle Association President Ron Schmeits. Morgan said she was excited to be selected as a participant. “I love hunting and shooting a gun, but I’ve never hunted fowl before,” she said.

Morgan said the fact that she is a big supporter of the NRA and she’s on Schmeits’ team adds extra excitement to the adventure.

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