The Klapper family from North Texas has proudly encouraged the next generation to follow in their hunting footsteps.
Mom and Dad’s Facebook pages frequently feature images of their young children hunting with them for deer and turkey. This season 7-year-old Lilly took her first deer and the internet went wild.
With more than 2.3 million views in less than 3 days, the public response to his daughter’s video has left Cody stunned.
The avid hunter and excellent father was concerned that some people may not appreciate their traditions and wrote
” I respect and understand that this video may not be for everyone, if you think that you might be offended by this video that has my daughter shooting a deer with a modern hunting rifle please keep scrolling.”
Fortunately for him it seems everyone is just as excited for Lilly as he is.
The determined little girl patiently waits for her shot showing respect for her weapon and the animal throughout the video, and the public noticed.
Browning brought a special treat for SHOT Show, the X-Both Medallion with a high gloss carbon fiber stock. Both the steel receiver and barrel have a gloss blued finish. The barrel is fluted, free-floating, hand chambered, and features a muzzle brake with included thread protector.
The bolt-action features a 60° bolt lift with an adjustable Feather Trigger, detachable rotary magazine, top-tang safety, and a bolt unlock button.
The high-gloss 2nd Generation carbon fiber stock is easily the weapon’s most eye catching feature. Browning placed the rifle in a special rotating display to show off the luxurious finish. Take a closer look in the video below.
For the first time in roughly 150 years, a bison has been born on the land at Wanuskewin Heritage Park.
The female bison was born Wednesday, the first from the herd Wanuskewin welcomed in December, which has genetic links to the Yellowstone herd.
According to Wanuskewin officials, the occasion marks the first bison born on their ancestral land since before the 1876 signing of Treaty Six and the local extinction of the species.
Wanuskewin CEO Darlene Brander said the birth is “a historic moment in Wanuskewin’s timeline.”
She said Indigenous elders had been trying to bring bison back to the park for 40 years and “there was a lot of joy going on” when they learned of the birth.
“We have been waiting for this day at Wanuskewin for a very long time,” she said.
“When you take in the COVID-19 pandemic and all the implications of it and how it impacted our lives, to hear about this ray of hope through the baby bison being born at the park, it was incredibly significant.”
Felix Thomas, the Wanuskewin board chair and co-chair of the Thundering Ahead capital campaign, said every birth “is part of the circle of life and signals progress.”
More baby bison are expected in the spring, though Brander would not say how many. One of the things elders have taught her is to not count her eggs before they hatch, she said.
Wanuskewain welcomed 11 Plains bison to the park in December. Six calves came from Grasslands National Park in southern Saskatchewan and five animals — a bull and four pregnant cows — came from a ranch in South Dakota.
Thoiry ZooSafari started breeding a pair of Anoas which arrived at their facility back in 2016. The pair has proven to be a good match as they just welcome their second baby. Anoas giving birth is a rare occasion.
Thoiry ZooSafari believes only 2 Anoas exist currently in the wild, which is a dangerously low number.
Even in zoos, the numbers are extremely low. The facility reports that there are less than 50 animals of this species left in all European Zoos.
In the European continent, there have only been 2 births in the last year.
Anoas are also known as dwarf buffalos as they are among the smallest cattle that exist.
Their heights hardly reach a meter when fully mature. Whereas, the calfs at birth are not more than 40cm tall.
Additionally, the species has been facing habitat loss and are subjected to hunting. Hence, their numbers have seen a drastic hit in the recent years.
The International Union for Nature Conservation (IUNC) has enlisted the species on the Red List since 2008 making them dangerously endangered.
Anoas have either dark brown or black coats, which are extremely woolly.
The distinctive feature of males is that they are darker in color than females. They do not have many spots other than light patches right above their hooves.
Another notice-worthy trait is their relatively short tail. Both the males and females have horns. Their horn are rear-facing and can grow between 15 to 20 cm.
They are endemic to the Indonesian islands of Sulawesi and Butung. Anoas are rainforest animals.
Their habitats must include dense vegetation and permanent sources of water.
Dwarf buffalos are solitary animals. The best they will do is move in pairs. Moving forward, the life span for them is around 20 to 25 years.
Humans threaten their ability to survive. Thus, they do not thrive in densely populated areas.
Hickok45 managed to get his hands on an original piece of history, a full-auto-only BAR in 30.06 with variable rate of fire.
Made around 1919, this BAR is stamped as a ‘Browning Machine Rifle’ and only fires full auto.
Designed for WWI style fighting, this weapon was built for walk-and-fire trench warfare or stationary fire from a bi-pod.
This model saw extensive use throughout WWII and Korea.
The weapon is this video has seen combat, but it has been upgraded over the years. This old workhorse is big, heavy, and reliable.
At the time it was a revolutionary war machine that could easily send a barrage of 30.06 with minimal recoil.
Shooting and discussing the BAR, designed by John Browning. Yes, it’s a little redundant to call it a “Browning BAR,” but it just seems to make it more clear what it is, especially to those folks less familiar with it.
BAR = Browning Automatic Rifle. Also, These three or four video we were able to do this day in Texas were a challenge.
Normally, I like to have more time to prepare for a firearm I have limited experience with, but we did not want to miss the opportunity to enjoy and share all these firearms with you on this afternoon when we had the chance.
Hopefully, you can tell the difference when we “review” a firearm at our shooting table and have all the time we need or want.
The Henry Repeating Arms Company has reported the biggest change to its gun inventory throughout the entire existence of the organization.
They are upgrading 29 heritage models just as adding three new single-shot models.
As per News sources out of Wisconsin, Henry will add the side stacking door to the entirety of its steel-outlined switch activity rifles.
They will in any case include the removable cylinder magazine, however the new update will permit shooters to advantageously stack the magazine through a port in the collector.
Likewise, they will have the option to securely empty the magazine by bending out the inward magazine tube.
The change applies to every one of the .30-30 and .47-70 rifles, .410 shotguns and the entirety of the pistol type Big Boy rifles.
The progressions come in line with shooters after Henry acquainted the new framework with in 2019.
As per the organization demands continued pouring in with everybody and his sibling mentioning the alternative in their number one type and plan.
“Since the time our fans and clients experienced a side stacking Henry, the solicitations began rolling in promptly to remember this component for their #1 completion or type.
These new models will make many individuals cheerful, and we are continually going to have alternatives for fanatics of our inheritance setup also,” states Anthony Imperato, president and proprietor of Henry Repeating Arms.
Imperato proceeds, “The removable cylinder magazine is a center piece of our item DNA, so that is not going anyplace, and aficionados of the exemplary metal and octagon barrel setups will consistently have the option to get that from us.”
Notwithstanding the side stacking door, Henry declared two new types and a 12 Ga. slug barrel in its line of H015 Single Shot Rifle.
You would now be able to get the weapon loaded in .350 legend and .450 Bushmaster, this should make the straight-walled rifle trackers pretty upbeat.