From Yamaha - Yamaha Announces All-New Wolverine R-Spec Side-by-Side Vehicle
Yamaha Sets New Standard with Most Off-Road Capable SxS with Class-Leading Comfort
Cypress, California – January
20, 2015 – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., today introduced the Wolverine R-Spec, an all-new Side-by-Side
(SxS) vehicle that sets a new standard in off-road capability and class-leading
comfort. Designed and engineered for exploring extreme terrain, the Wolverine R-Spec
is assembled in the U.S.A. for worldwide distribution.
The 2016 Yamaha Wolverine
R-Spec boasts an all-new nimble chassis with a compact design, look and feel, a
comfortable and secure cab with seating for two, Yamaha’s proven core
technologies, and overall superior handling and durability with
industry-leading suspension adjustability.
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From GLOCK -
GLOCK Introduces New Optic Mounting Platform and Largest Pistol to Date
Las Vegas, Nevada - GLOCK,
Inc. announced the release of the new GLOCK Modular Optic System (MOS). The MOS
platform was designed by GLOCK engineers to enable users to mount their
preferred reflex sights to their pistol in order to improve their target
acquisition. The Gen4 models G34, G35, and G41 will now be available in the new
MOS platform. Coming soon is GLOCK 40 Gen4 in MOS
Configuration – the long slide pistol is intended for 10mm
enthusiasts as well as handgun hunters.
“Our research has prompted us to release the MOS
configurations for the G34 Gen4, G35 Gen4 and G41 Gen4 and the new G40 Gen4 in
the MOS Configuration,” ... more on the latest from GLOCK
From the Maryland Department of Natural Resources - Maryland’s New Winter Turkey Season to Open Statewide
Annapolis, Maryland - This month kicks off Maryland’s first-ever winter turkey hunting season, taking place January 22-24 statewide. The new season will provide hunters with increased turkey hunting opportunities while minimizing conflicts with other seasons.
The bag limit is one turkey, of either sex. Hunters who took a turkey in the 2014 fall season may not harvest any in the winter. Hunting hours are one half-hour before sunrise to one half-hour after sunset. Weapons are limited to shotguns loaded with #4 shot or smaller. Crossbows or vertical bows are also legal. Harvest reporting requirements are the same as other turkey seasons. Hunters may check-in their harvests via phone, internet or mobile device with the AccessDNR app.
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From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources - West Virginia Hunters Harvest 2,385 Black Bears in 2014
South Charleston, West Virginia – West Virginia hunters harvested 2,385 black bears during the combined 2014 archery and firearms seasons, according to Colin Carpenter, Black Bear Project Leader for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. The preliminary harvest data for the combined 2014 seasons were 11 percent lower than the 2013 harvest of 2,692 bears. The black bear harvest of 2014 marks the fifth time in five years that the harvest has topped 2,000 and is tied for the third highest harvest on record.
"Mast conditions in 2014 helped some hunters and hurt others," said Carpenter. "The 2014 Mast Survey and Hunting Outlook documented vastly improved oak mast conditions over 2013. Historically, abundant oak mast has led to a decreased archery harvest and an increased December firearms harvest, and that scenario held true in 2014... more on West Virginia's 2014 black bear hunting season
From USA Shooting - 17th Title in Sight for West Virginia as NCAA Rifle Season Starts Phase 2 of 2014-15 Campaign
The West Virginia University rifle program has done nothing to deter us from thinking a 17th title is well within its grasp with a perfect 8-0 record at the midway point of the NCAA Rifle season. The second-half of the NCAA rifle season got underway this past weekend with two months remaining before the NCAA Rifle Championship.
Having not lost in 23 consecutive matches including two Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) and two NCAA Rifle Championships, the Mountaineers own eight of the top-nine aggregate team scores overall. In both and Air and Smallbore events, they currently have four of the top individual scores with no other school having more than one representative in smallbore and just second-ranked Alaska-Fairbanks showing two in Air.
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From Buck Knives - Buck Knives releases 245 MWG Navy SEAL Knife
Designed by a SEAL for SEALS, the 245 Matt Would Go knife is a nearly indestructible tool, built for the roughest of circumstances.
Post Falls, Idaho - Special Warfare Operator First Class (SEAL) Matthew J. Leathers was a highly decorated combat veteran with numerous awards, including the Bronze Star, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal and Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. In 2013 Leathers was lost at sea during open ocean training exercises. During his nine years with the U.S Navy SEALS, Leathers designed a knife that held up to his high standards and caught the eye of his fellow SEALS.
Buck Knives has entered into agreement with Tim Leathers, father of fallen Navy SEAL Matthew Leathers, to continue making a knife that was originally designed by Leathers himself... more on Buck Knives Matt Would Go Navy SEAL Knife
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism - Spring Turkey permits go on sale January 12
Hunters have through Feb. 13 to apply online for Unit 4 Spring Turkey Permits
PRATT – Have you been dreaming of longbeards? Do you find yourself spending extended periods of time listening for gobbles in the distance? Are you driving your family nuts practicing clucks and purrs on your turkey call? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you may be experiencing spring turkey hunting withdrawals. But don’t worry, help is on the way!
All 2015 Spring turkey permits will be available over-the-counter and online beginning Jan. 12, except for Unit 4 permits, available only to Kansas residents and are disbursed through a lottery drawing... get all the details on spring turkey hunts in Kansas
From Sturm, Ruger & Company - Ruger Introduces the SR1911 Lightweight Commander-Style Pistol
Newport, New Hampshire - Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is excited to introduce the Ruger® SR1911® Lightweight Commander-Style pistol; an aluminum frame version of the popular SR1911 Commander-Style pistol. This new model features a black anodized aluminum frame with a satin stainless finish on the slide, resulting in an attractive two-tone appearance in a gun that weighs 7oz. less than the all stainless steel version. It comes factory equipped with an integrated, polished titanium feed ramp and features thin, hardwood grip panels for concealed carry, as well as front strap serrations for improved grip.
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From Bushnell - Amp Up Your Scouting With The
Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor
No-Glow LED Series
Overland Park, Kansas - Bushnell®, an industry leader in high performance sports optics for more than 65 years and a market leader in the trail camera industry, has introduced a completely redesigned Trophy® Cam HD no-glow trail camera. Leading the industry with true one-year battery life and fast 0.2 second trigger speed, the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor offers a host of valuable features.
Featuring 48 no-glow Infrared LEDs with a flash range of 80 feet, a 14MP camera and high definition 1080p video, the Trophy Cam HD Aggressor produces the absolute best images and video day or night ever offered in a Trophy Cam No-Glow. The cameras include hybrid capture mode, a hyper passive infrared sensor (PIR) and an extended detection range.
The Trophy Cam HD Aggressor series has an aggressive design with a latch system that is more durable and easier to operate and a strengthened cable lock channel for enhanced security in the field. Also included with the camera is a removable ARD (anti-reflective device) that offers additional concealment of the LEDs.
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