Posted February 7, 2016 5:41 pm by Comments

By Jason Reid

”AmmoLand AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

With the Safari Club International convention floor now closed we begin reflecting on the fun we all enjoyed this week while looking forward to booked hunts in the coming year. Well, maybe it will take a few days. Safari Club International’s 2016 convention was full of excitement and proper planning for the future.

As conservationists and hunters, we care about the future of our heritage. We care about the people involved and most certainly care about habitat and the animals. I could feel the passion from people regardless of what exactly it was they were talking about. From Ivan Carter talking about social media use to Deb Ferns helping empower women through shooting. How about the smiles on the faces of the older guys when the Jim Corbett rifle was pulled out of its case and passed around?

The Safari Club Foundation spoke with a passion for humanitarian and educational projects. The passion for the legal work in Washington, DC headed by a dedicated team willing to live and breath the daily opposition and fight to protect our rights as hunters. There was a passion and enthusiasm from exhibitors. The guides and outfitters as always were classy and professional providing such a wide range of hunts and fishing adventures to choose from, you can’t help but have a running list of dream hunts to embark on. The Safari Club International convention is just a small snap shot of the global impact conservation and humanitarian efforts hunting has served as the vehicle for in our world.

As I travel home was the question posed in the panel discussion sticks with me. “What is the future of hunting?”

Youth Hunting Success

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

With the Safari Club International convention floor now closed we begin reflecting on the fun we all enjoyed this week while looking forward to booked hunts in the coming year. Well, maybe it will take a few days. Safari Club International’s 2016 convention was full of excitement and proper planning for the future.

As conservationists and hunters, we care about the future of our heritage. We care about the people involved and most certainly care about habitat and the animals. I could feel the passion from people regardless of what exactly it was they were talking about. From Ivan Carter talking about social media use to Deb Ferns helping empower women through shooting. How about the smiles on the faces of the older guys when the Jim Corbett rifle was pulled out of its case and passed around?

The Safari Club Foundation spoke with a passion for humanitarian and educational projects. The passion for the legal work in Washington, DC headed by a dedicated team willing to live and breath the daily opposition and fight to protect our rights as hunters. There was a passion and …Read the Rest

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