Award-winning TriStar Arms is pleased to announce the arrival of its new Trinity line of over/under shotguns. These beautiful shotguns offer CNC-machined aluminum or steel receivers hand detailed with old-world craftsmanship.
Both the lightweight-aluminum frame and 24-carat gold inlayed steel-frame models feature deeply checkered, oil-finished Turkish walnut furniture, fiber-optic front sights, and five Beretta Mobil chokes (SK, IC, M, IM, and F).
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation‘s (SSSF) Vision 2020 campaign raised $215,465 thanks to the teams and donors who participated in 2019.
Total impact for the campaign amounts to almost $107,000 in cash grants going to Scholastic Clay Target and Scholastic Action Shooting Program teams along over $320,000 being donated by SSSF to participating team’s MidwayUSA Foundation endowment accounts!
The all-new Renegauge from Savage proves that you don't have to answer to anything but your instincts. You don't half-step into anything. Neither does Savage Arms. We went all-in creating the next generation, American-Made semi-auto built to take everything your world of hunting can throw at it and perform–without fail and without compromise.
Two-time Olympic men’s skeet gold medalist Vincent Hancock claimed a silver medal at the ISSF World Cup in Al Ain, UAE. Competing on the women’s side, Caitlin Connor, representing the USA, set a world record and wins a gold in a unique event at the ISSF, the mixed team event.
January 7, 2014 — Spring Hill, Florida — Shotgun Life, the first online magazine dedicated to the best in wing and clays shooting, marked its four-year anniversary with a total of 3.049 million visits and 9.449 million page views from affluent enthusiasts worldwide. Shotgun Life is on the Internet at www.shotgunlife.com.
Shotgun Life launched on January 15, 2009 and that year attracted 167,671 visits and 775,376 page views based on internal server measurements. By December 2013, Shotgun Life had soared to 686,758 visits and 1,869,683 page views — for a 309.5% rise in visits and 141% increase in page views for the free, advertiser-supported, premium online magazine.
In addition, Shotgun Life started publishing opt-in e-letters in December 2010. Total e-letter visits and page views reached 614,730 readers — giving advertisers extra exposure at no cost.
Over its four-year track record, combined visits and page views for Shotgun Life online magazine and e-letters are 3.049 million visits and 9.449 million page views.
“A top-notch team of technology experts and highly respected writers contribute to our success,” said Irwin Greenstein, Publisher of Shotgun Life. “Shotgun Life is clearly the best value in the industry for advertisers.”
Shotgun Life supports editorial and advertisers with extensive viral outreach on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter and pertinent forums. Shotgun Life also syndicates select editorial to several high-volume sites that dramatically increases exposure.
Nearly 80% of readers reach Shotgun Life through search engines. Enthusiasts typically are looking for solutions or researching products, which can readily generate click-through purchases for advertisers. Since stories remain published for years and benefit from Shotgun Life’s search-engine technology, Shotgun Life content remains relevant far longer than the 60-day shelf life of standard industry magazines.
In March 2012, the Pew Research Center released its “Baby Boomers and Digital Technology” report. Most responders identified themselves as Internet users (80% ages 47 - 56). Smartphone usage ranged from 20% to 35% while use of social networking sites ranged from 20% - 42%. As an online magazine, Shotgun Life taps directly into this lucrative demographic.