For those that still have members of the under-18 crowd at home, or who know of young people in that category, did you know the NRA publishes a monthly magazine just for junior shooters? You and/or your junior can view the February issue online, as well as previous issues, by clicking here: NRA InSights: News for Young Shooters.
Each month the magazine brings news, contests, stories, games, and more to young people interested in hunting and the shooting sports. There are also tips, conservation news, podcasts, camp listings, tons of photos, and too much more to list.
Make a run over to Female and Armed and check out Lynne’s tips in “Practice Makes Perfect?” She makes some great points about dropping your magazines, racking your slide, and re-assessing before re-holstering.
Just received “Shoot,” by Julie Golob today, as well as “Girl Hunter,” by Georgia Pellegrini, two books I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing. “Shoot” is “Your guide to shooting and competition,” and contains 248 pages of photos, tips, techniques, and training concepts.
“Girl Hunter” is not just about the hunt, but also about how to prepare the game in delectably delightful dishes. Subtitled as “Revolutionizing the way we eat, one hunt at a time,” Pellegrini acknowledges the desire of many these days to know where their food comes from.
Stories of her hunting journey, along with the recipes, add up to over 245 pages of great reading. Needless to say, although I’m a fast reader, I will not be ready to review either of these next week, but will get to it eventually. I’m excited about making some of Georgia’s recipes and letting you know how they turn out.
Hope to at least get a recipe reviewed soon, so stay tuned…