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10 Reasons to Opt for a Folding Pop-Up Camper This Spring

Spring blooms with flowers and the promise of adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. As the seasons shift, the folding pop-up camper emerges as the unsung hero for those seeking to embrace nature fully. Its unique blend of convenience, comfort, and versatility makes it an ideal choice for spring getaways. Let us dive into the ten compelling reasons to choose a folding pop-up camper this season.

Get the most out of your adventures with thisFlagstaff Flagstaff Pop Up 425M Folding Pop-Up Camper.


Folding pop-up campers are an economically savvy choice, providing a budget-friendly way to enjoy the RV lifestyle. Their lower price point than traditional RVs makes them accessible entry points for first-time buyers or those looking to downsize.

Ease of Towing

Their lightweight design makes pop-up campers a breeze to tow, often not requiring a specialized vehicle. This translates to better fuel efficiency and less wear on your car, making the journey to your destination as carefree as your stay.

Take home thisForest River RV Flagstaff MACLTD Series 205S Folding Pop-Up Campertoday!

Simple Setup

Gone are the days of battling with traditional tents. The mechanism of folding pop-up campers is designed with convenience in mind, ensuring that your setup can be quick and effortless. This means more exploring, relaxing, and less time fiddling with poles and stakes.

The folding dinette in thisCoachmen RV Clipper Camping Trailers 108ST Sport Folding Pop-Up Camper.

Close to Nature

One of the beauties of a pop-up camper is the feeling of being closer to nature. The canvas sides allow you to enjoy the sounds, scents, and breezes of the outdoors while still providing shelter from the elements, offering an immersive outdoor experience.

Flagstaff Flagstaff Pop Up 425M Folding Pop-Up Camper
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Coachmen RV Clipper Camping Trailers 12.0 TD PRO Folding Pop-Up Camper
Forest River RV Flagstaff OTG F14OTG Folding Pop-Up Camper

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NEBO Introduces the PINNACLE 1600 Power Station

A reliable power source is crucial in a world increasingly filled with devices and tools that require charging or recharging. Nothing could be more critical than having power when and where needed, whether on a remote job site or while camping.

The need to recharge products can be frequent and sometimes inconvenient. Whether using a power saw while building a structure in the woods, a cell phone for emergency use when camping, or powering up a laptop to work remotely, having a reliable power source to recharge these items can bring peace of mind. The need for power is at a premium.

NEBO has addressed these power needs with its new PINNACLE 1600 Power Station.

The PINNACLE 1600 provides 1600 watts of off-grid power and 12-way device charging. Its rugged design, sturdy anchor points, protective port covers, and solar capability allow versatility and portability for any outdoor experience.

The PINNACLE 1600 is AC, DC and solar rechargeable while offering 2 USB-A, 2 bi-directional USB-C, Wireless, 4 AC and 3 DC charging options. It utilizes pass-through charging with Swift Charge Technology. The PINNACLE 1600 also employs NEBO Overdrive and Pure Sine Wave Technology, offering an uninterrupted power supply with Smart Battery Protection.


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Visit Hall 6, Stand 6-222

FALCO® Holsters, a globally recognized leader in custom leather holsters, will introduce new holster designs for 2024 in Hall 6, Stand 6-222 during the IWA OutdoorClassics trade fair held in Nuremberg, Germany from February 29 to March 3. Featured products include the new CX85 Carbon Fiber Holster and A224 Concealed Ankle Holster.

Katarína Zacharová FALCO Holsters, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, describes the company’s commitment to customer satisfaction, “We design everyday carry holsters based on customer preferences, and our new offerings highlight our dedication to innovation. The CX85 Carbon Fiber Holster is a state-of-the-art slim-profile holster that features the renowned strength and lightweight advantages of carbon fiber material. At the same time, the A224 Concealed Ankle Holster is a compact leather holster combined with a comfortable elastic band and adjustable Velcro closure for deep concealed carry.

Introducing the New CX85 Carbon Fiber Holster

Zacharová underscores the significance of the CX85, stating, “This holster isn’t just another plastic holster with a carbon fiber finish; it’s a testament to our dedication to innovation and the highest quality materials. Constructed from genuine carbon fiber and weighing a mere 3.5 oz., the CX85 embodies mechanical expertise and artistic finesse. The CX85 Carbon Fiber Holster seamlessly merges cutting-edge technology with a proven design, setting new standards in holster craftsmanship.”

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RVs and National Parks

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Recreational vehicles (RVs) and national parks often go hand in hand, providing a unique and adventurous way to explore the natural beauty and diverse landscapes of different regions. Here are some key points to consider when bringing an RV to national parks:

Campground Facilities:Many national parks offer RV-friendly campgrounds equipped with facilities such as electrical hookups, water, and sanitation stations. However, the availability of these amenities can vary, so it's advisable to check in advance and make reservations if possible.RV Size Restrictions:National parks may have restrictions on the size of RVs allowed in certain campgrounds or on specific roads. Be aware of any size limitations and plan accordingly.Reservations:Given the popularity of national parks, especially during peak seasons, it's recommended to make campground reservations in advance. Some parks have limited RV spaces, and reservations ensure you have a spot.Generator Policies:Understand the park's policies regarding generator use. Some parks have designated hours for generator operation to minimize noise and environmental impact.Dump Stations:National parks usually provide dump stations for RVs to dispose of wastewater. Be aware of the location of dump stations within the park.Park Shuttle Systems:Some national parks operate shuttle systems to reduce traffic congestion. Consider using park shuttles or public transportation when available to explore the park without the need to drive your RV.Park Regulations:Familiarize yourself with the specific regulations of each national park. Rules regarding pets, hiking, and recreational activities may vary.Road Conditions:Be aware of the road conditions within the park. Some roads may be narrow or winding, and certain areas may have restrictions on RV travel.Wildlife Awareness:National parks are home to diverse wildlife. Be cautious and follow guidelines to minimize human-wildlife interactions. Store food securely to avoid attracting animals to your RV.Seasonal Considerations:Some national parks have seasonal closures or restrictions. Research the best time to visit based on weather conditions and park accessibility.Leave No Trace Principles:Adhere to the principles of "Leave No Trace" to minimize your impact on the environment. Respect natural habitats, pack out all waste, and follow park guidelines for responsible camping.Accessibility:Check the accessibility of trails and attractions within the park. Some areas may not be suitable for RVs, and you may need to explore on foot, bike, or park-approved shuttles.

Remember that each national park has its own set of rules and regulations, so it's crucial to research and plan accordingly before bringing an RV. National parks offer a wonderful opportunity to experience the beauty of nature, and responsible RV travel ensures a positive experience for both visitors and the environment.

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Montana Majesty at Indian Springs Ranch Golf & RV Resort

Camp under Montana’s big sky at Indian Springs Ranch Golf & RV Resort in Eureka. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, the new resort puts campers in one of western Montana’s most scenic regions with state-of-the-art amenities and a slew of nearby recreation possibilities. 

Just five miles south of the Canadian border, the resort is nestled within Indian Springs, a vibrant community located between Whitefish and the Purcell mountains. Indian Springs offers deluxe accommodation suites and a premier 18-hole golf course. Encompassing hundreds of acres, Indian Springs has several outstanding real estate opportunities. 

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Going to Glacier

After settling into one of the well-appointed sites, adventurers will have plenty of choices for recreation. For an unforgettable day trip, head west to Glacier National Park, comprising approximately one million acres of surreal lakes and towering peaks. A drive along the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road leads motorists to unparalleled views of the surrounding peaks. The park is home to 762 lakes, many of which accommodate fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. Hikers can soak in dramatic views by taking the Highline Trail, an 11.8-mile out-and-back hike that follows the Continental Divide. 

Lake Coocanusa was formed by the damming of the Kootenay River. Getty Images

RV site with picnic table.
Rustic-style campground building
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Crazy??? A Gun that Shoots Arrows

Traditions Firearms sells the Crackshot XBR (Crossbow Rifle) that fires an arrow up to 385 feet per second with 94 ft-lbs of kinetic energy at 30 yards, making it very competitive with today’s modern crossbows.  The gun is a basic .22 caliber rifle with the barrel section specifically modified to launch 2216 Firebolt Arrows.

How it Works

An arrow would wobble in an open rifle barrel and the fletching would be destroyed by the compression.  The XBR solves this problem with a narrow tube that fits inside the 2016 arrow and the larger outer barrel allows for fletch clearance.  To load the arrow, the shaft fits over the inner tube and slides down the barrel.

A Bow with a Bang

Once the arrow fully encases the inner tube, the rifle is primed with a .27 caliber Powerload as shown above.  To fire, the shooter switches the safety to “off,” cocks the rifle by pulling back the hammer, and squeezes the trigger.  I examined the rifle at the Great American Outdoor Show so I could not fire it inside.

Is It a Bow?

At a price of $599, the Crackshot is comparable to mid-priced crossbows and delivers arrow performance in that range.  With a stock, forend, scope, and trigger it has many crossbow components, yet it uses a percussion launch system which sets it apart.  It’s marketed to “adults, youth, and anyone who may be disabled.”  Generally, “bows” don’t go “bang,” but I’ll let you decide.


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Quartzsite RV Show

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Location: Quartzsite, Arizona, USA

Duration: The Quartzsite RV Show typically takes place annually in January.

Key Features:

Massive RV Gathering:Quartzsite attracts a significant number of RVers, making it a hotspot for the RV community. Thousands of RVs converge on the area, creating a unique and vibrant atmosphere.Vendor Exhibits:The show features a vast array of vendor exhibits. RV-related businesses showcase their products, including RV accessories, camping gear, and outdoor equipment. Visitors can explore and purchase items directly from the vendors.RV Sales and Deals:Many RV dealers participate in the show, offering a wide selection of new and used RVs. It's an excellent opportunity for buyers to explore different models and take advantage of special deals and promotions.Swap Meets and Flea Markets:Quartzsite is known for its extensive swap meets and flea markets. Attendees can browse through a variety of items, from antiques to crafts, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event.Community and Socializing:The Quartzsite RV Show is a social gathering where RV enthusiasts can connect, share experiences, and make new friends. Various group activities and meet-ups take place during the event.Entertainment and Seminars:Some Quartzsite RV Shows feature entertainment options and educational seminars. These may include live music, RV lifestyle presentations, and informative sessions on RV maintenance and travel.Boondocking Opportunities:Quartzsite is known for its vast boondocking areas, where RVers can camp for free or at a low cost. Many attendees take advantage of the boondocking options in the surrounding desert.Mild Winter Weather:January in Quartzsite typically offers mild winter weather, making it an attractive destination for RVers escaping colder climates.

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Shore Bet for Big Whitetail Bucks

“Maryland’s Eastern Shore whitetail hunts are a bargain,” I said to my poker buddy as he complained about the high cost of Mid-Western deer hunts.  “Instead of $3,000 and up, a quality hunt with a good chance for a P&Y buck is half that price.”  I used to write for Mid-Atlantic Game and Fish Magazine, where my job was to write about the big deer taken in Maryland.  Continually, those “best-of-the-year-deer came from the Eastern Shore.

Maryland is Super Hunter Friendly

A Whitetail deer tag in the Mid-West can cost $300-$500 and one of the areas I hunt in South Dakota, tags go for $1,000.  Those are just tags, plus you must buy a general hunting license, conservation stamp, archery, tag, etc.  The price of a Maryland Nonresident Hunting License is $160.00. For those aged 65 and above, Maryland offers a Nonresident Senior Hunting License at a cost of $65.00. This is available for purchase in the year a nonresident hunter turns 65. For younger enthusiasts under 16, a Nonresident Junior Hunting License is available at $80.00.  This is a full year’s license and includes up to four bucks, 10 does, two wild turkeys and small game. Such a deal!

Why Shore Bucks are Big.

Maryland’s Eastern Shore is blessed with rich, fertile soil that grows excellent crops that are bordered by dense pine growth, swamps, and an impenetrable plant called phragmites.  This weed grows prolifically on the Shore, is 8-10 feet tall and as thick as dog hair.  Additionally, this region is known for waterfowl hunting and many farms are leased specifically for waterfowl.  As a result, these landowners don’t welcome deer hunters because they compete for lucrative leases, making them sanctuaries for excellent age structure.

Pick Your Season

Jeff Harrison took this big Maryland buck on September 15th, the usual opening day.  Recently, Maryland has moved their season to the first week of September giving you the chance for a velvet buck.  Lush croplands are visited regularly in early season, but hunters must prepare for mosquitoes and warm weather.  November 15th is the typical rut peak, and the two weeks prior are dynamite for rut-style hunting.  Maryland’s archery season closes on January 31, giving archers great late-season opportunities.  Crossbows, recurves, and compounds are legal in all regular archery seasons.

What’s it Like

I hunted with George Hopkins a few years ago and visit each February at the Great American Outdoor Show to catch up.  He and his son operate in Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties, known for big deer, and spread their clients over a series of farms in a huge area.  They plant corn, soybeans, clover and sunflowers to entice deer and baiting is allowed.  They offer archery, muzzleloading, and shotgun hunt from 3-6 days, ranging from three to six days costing $1200 to $2,000.  The Eastern Shore is known for hospitality and it’s easy to combine a hunting trip/family vacation in the area.  Known as “The Land of Pleasant Living,” great restaurants abound.  A web search will turn up numerous outfitters on the Shore or to contact Hopkins Deer Hunting, click here.  Good Luck!

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Working from Your RV

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Working from your RV can offer flexibility and the opportunity to combine work with travel. However, it comes with its own set of challenges. Here are some tips for working effectively from your RV:

Internet Connectivity:Ensure a reliable internet connection. Invest in a quality mobile hotspot, satellite internet, or use campground Wi-Fi when available. Check coverage maps for your destinations.Create a Dedicated Workspace:Designate a specific area in your RV for work. This could be a fold-down desk, a portable table, or even a section of the dining area. Keep your work area organized.Noise Management:RVs can be noisy, especially if parked in crowded campgrounds. Use noise-canceling headphones to block out distractions, and consider choosing quieter campsites.Power Supply:Make sure you have sufficient power for your devices. RVs often have limited outlets, so consider using power strips and have backup power sources such as a generator or solar panels.Comfortable Seating:Invest in a comfortable chair with proper support. Since you might be spending extended hours working, having an ergonomic setup is crucial for your well-being.Time Management:Set a schedule to balance work and leisure. It's easy to get distracted by the scenic surroundings, so having a structured routine will help you stay productive.Use Cloud Services:Embrace cloud-based tools and services for file storage, collaboration, and communication. This allows you to access your work from any location and device.Plan for Meetings:If your work involves virtual meetings, plan ahead for the best times to join calls, considering time zone differences and potential connectivity issues.Backup Solutions:Have a backup plan for data and important documents. Consider using cloud storage and external hard drives to prevent data loss.Mobile Office Supplies:Keep essential office supplies such as notepads, pens, and charging cables in your RV. Consider a small printer if needed.Weather Considerations:Be mindful of weather conditions. Extreme temperatures can impact your devices and comfort. Plan accordingly and have adequate heating or cooling solutions.Community and Networking:Connect with other RVers and remote workers. Online communities and social media groups can provide support, advice, and networking opportunities.Check Local Regulations:Some campgrounds may have restrictions on running generators during certain hours. Be aware of local rules and regulations regarding noise and other factors that could affect your work setup.Work-Life Balance:Maintain a healthy work-life balance. Take breaks, explore your surroundings, and enjoy the benefits of RV living.Emergency Preparedness:Have a plan for emergencies, such as power outages, equipment failures, or unexpected changes in travel plans.

Remember, working from your RV can be a unique and rewarding experience, allowing you to enjoy the freedom of the road while maintaining your professional commitments. Adjustments may be needed, but with proper planning and organization, you can create a productive and enjoyable mobile workspace. 

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Tim Well and an “Impossible” Desert Ram

“I got lucky, said Tim Wells, demonstrating that noting is out of reach.  “My first desert bighorn ram thousands of feet above the Sea of Cortez.  It’s been a test.  I was having a grueling week trying to close the distance on what seemed an impossibility.  Suddenly, things turned in my favor.  Beneath a baking son I glassed a mature ram on a distant ridge where it guarded a small group of ewes.

Wells and Grim Reaper “Got This.”

Sneaking on the big ram, Wells and a camera operator climbed to an elevated point within range of the sheep where “The Slock Master” sent a Grim Reaper through the magnificent beast.  “I’m thankful for such and experience and hope you enjoy the video soon to come.  And yes, there will be a Go Fund Me page to help pay for the trip.”


A Grim Reaper Fan

I met Tim Wells at the 2024 ATA Show in St. Louis, and he was gracious enough to share a photograph.  If you have not seen Wells in action, his shooting skills are magical, as in ducks and geese on the wing.  He shoots Grim Reaper Broadheads exclusively and is equally successful with a spear and blowgun.  Tim Wells has a host of videos on YouTube, often under “Relentless Pursuit.”  Despite today’s advanced hunting technologies, Wells hunts with an Oneida Eagle recurve.  Follow us for more Tim Wells adventures and videos.


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His Work Created Millions of Bowhunters

If you know anything about bowhunting history, you know names like Fred Bear, Howard Hill, and Doug Easton. And, if you know anything about the pastime’s rise in popularity, names like Chuck Adams, Byron Ferguson and, of course, Ted Nugent. There’s one name, however, that you might not recognize. Yet, without him, bowhunting might have […]


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KUIU Flyway Insulated Vest Review by Gunner Hall

I am demanding when it comes to waterfowl gear. It must be able to hold up in extremely harsh conditions. Waterfowl hunting clothing is no different. It needs to be designed to keep you warm and dry. I recently had the chance to try out Kuiu’s new Flyway Insulated Vest from their Waterfowl collection. I decided to wear the Kuiu flyway vest while using a kayak to paddle into shallow waters to chase down birds.

This vest is rated for cold to frigid temperatures. I waited until the temperatures could put this vest to the test. The morning I decided to go, the temperatures were in the high teens to low 20s °F. The Fiberball® Insulation did precisely what it advertised it would do. It kept my core body temp warm and comfortable. I used this vest as my outer layer. I combined it with a base layer undershirt and a heavy hooded sweatshirt as the middle layer. I was worried that this might not be enough clothing to keep me warm. I used the adjustable hem cinch, which helped keep the vest close to my body and seemed to help trap the warm air near my chest.

The zippered chest pockets are the perfect size for keeping items such as keys, wallet, and a phone dry and secure. The YKK® zippers were easy to use even while wearing gloves in frigid temperatures. The upper hand pockets have a magnetic closure and are lined with Sherpa fleece. They kept my hands warm while waiting for birds to fly into range. The lower hand pockets are lined with Sherpa fleece and have a magnetic closure. I found these lower pockets perfect for holding extra shells.

One feature I did not think about until I got on the water was that this vest cuts the wind perfectly. The wind was blowing hard enough to push me around in my kayak, but it did not penetrate the vest.

The underarm gusseted pattern on the Kuiu flyway vest was large enough to allow unrestricted movement while paddling my kayak and when I was shooting. It felt like the vest was moving with me as I swung through shots and even when I used my paddle as a push pole while navigating the muck and mud of the shallow water I was hunting in.

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Primos® Returns to National Wild Turkey Federation Show

Primos® Hunting, a pioneer in game calls and hunting accessories, invites attendees of the 2024 National Wild Turkey Federation Sport Show in Nashville, Tennessee, to visit booth #1213 to meet Primos team members and to learn about the newest hunting products from the legendary manufacturer.

“Primos and the NWTF are two names that are synonymous with all things turkey and by supporting each other, we’ve enjoyed a long-standing relationship that goes well beyond games calls and accessories,” said Jason Harris, Director of Product and Marketing for Primos. “Together, we have promoted the benefits of conservation and have worked side-by-side to keep the passion of hunting and sportsmanship burning hot in every generation throughout our almost 50 years of shared history.”

As part of its Full Strut Sponsorship of this year’s convention, Primos will be involved in multiple events including co-sponsoring the 2024 Grand National Calling Championships, the conventions Kickoff Party Thursday evening and the social hot spot, the Waterin’ Hole.

Each day of the show, Primos Hunting staff will be displaying products and welcoming visitors. Both Will and Jimmy Primos are also slated to make appearances during the NWTF annual gathering along with the crew from Small Town Hunting. Author Brent Rodgers, will also be present in the Primos booth promoting his new book entitled Yelp & Gobble Inc. The new book highlights how efforts to restore the wild turkey helped spur a game call innovation boom. Rodgers and Will Primos will be hosting a seminar over the boom of turkey call making and Rodgers will be selling signed copies of the book in the Primos booth.

On Thursday evening, Primos sponsors the Grand National Turkey Calling Championship with Primos’ own turkey call designer Travis Ham looking to defend his 2023 national title.

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Remington Launches Full Safe Sweepstakes

Remington Ammunition has officially kicked off the Full Safe Sweepstakes – Big Green’s biggest consumer sweepstakes yet.

Featuring a massive prize assortment from leading industry brands including Remington Arms, Remington Safes, Nighthawk Custom, Leupold Optics, Silencer Central, and Remington Ammunition, sweepstakes entrants can win one of two prize packages, detailed below.

With prizes valued at $10,000, every hunter and shooter will want to sign up for their chance to win.

To enter the Full Safe Sweepstakes, click here.

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Evolution Outdoor to Attend 2024 Sports Inc. Outdoor Sporting Goods Show

Evolution Outdoor, a leader in the fishing, hunting and shooting industry, announces it will be attending the 2024 Sports Inc. February Outdoor Sporting Goods Show in Phoenix, Arizona. The event will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center from February 12 until February 15. Attendees are encouraged to stop by the Evolution Outdoor booth #1111 to check out the 2024 new products and more.

The Sports Inc. Sporting Goods Show is one of the foremost trade shows in the outdoor sports industry. Over 500 companies are estimated to attend, with buy group members able to browse and write orders for the latest sporting goods, apparel, technology, health items and more.

“We are thrilled to showcase every facet of Evolution Outdoor to such a diverse buy group,”

said Evolution Outdoor Executive Director of Sales and Marketing Colt Fadal. “We have new and innovative options across the board—from tactical to fishing to hunting and everything in between. The opportunity to meet with people from every corner of the sports and outdoors industry is very valuable, and we’re excited for the chance to continue to grow our presence.”

Evolution Outdoor Vice President of Sales Jeff Covert will be available to speak with attendees and is available by appointment as well. Attendees are free to stop by the booth or contact to set up a specific meeting.

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Banshee Brands Inc. Welcomes Breda America Group as New Strategic Partner

Banshee Brands Inc. partners with Italian firearms manufacturer Breda to import, market, and provide sales support into the US market for hunting, competition, sport, and defensive shooting products.

Banshee Brands Inc.,  the importer of world-class brands for the outdoor industry, including RETAY USA® and Thomas Ferney & Co., proudly announces a new strategic partnership with Breda Italy, to form the Breda America Group. The iconic brand was founded in the late 19th century and is based in the historic firearms manufacturing center of Val Trompia, Brescia, Italy. For over 120 years, Breda has combined the latest techniques and technologies in firearms manufacturing with refined hand craftsmanship and meticulous finishing by Italy’s master artisans gunmakers.

“We are excited and honored to bring this renowned Italian luxury brand to the US market,” Christian Handy, CEO of Banshee Brands, said. “Breda has an incredibly strong international following and combined with our deep sales experience and established distribution, we are confident the brand will resonate with US hunters and competitive shooters, as well as pros in the military and law enforcement.”

Founded in Milan in 1861 by Ernesto Breda, the company began as a locomotive manufacturer and strategical assets as foundry production plants. By the turn of the century, it had grown into the leading armaments supplier to the Italian military, producing everything from small arms to artillery systems and aircraft. Numerous iconic firearms have been OEM manufactured under contract by Breda over the years. Since the beginning of 2000s the company employed innovative engineers like Bruno Civolani, considered the father of the modern inertia shotgun.

Through mergers and acquisitions, many of Breda’s divisions now operate under different names, while the private, family-owned arms and munitions manufacturing business retains the Breda designation. This division continues supplying military components and manufacturing both civilian and military firearms.

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Federal Ammunition’s Vincent Hancock Collects More ISSF World Cup Medals

Federal Ammunition congratulates sponsored shooter Vincent Hancock, a three-time Olympic champion, on bringing home two more ISSF World Cup medals from Morrocco.  Hancock won silver in Men’s Skeet and gold in the Skeet Mixed Team event in Rabat, Morrocco, during the shotgun world cup event held February 4-13, 2024.

In the Men’s Skeet competition, Hancock qualified in sixth place to make the finals.  During the medal competition, Hancock climbed the ladder with an excellent performance before being bested by Italy’s Tammaro Cassandro who missed just one target out of 60 in the finals. 

In the Mixed Team Skeet competition, Hancock and his teammate missed just one combined target out of 150 to qualify for the gold medal match.  Hancock continued his perfection in the finals shooting clean leading the American team over a team from Georgia by five targets to claim the gold medal.  “Another great international performance by Vincent,” says Jason Nash, Federal’s Vice President of Marketing.  “Vincent is a champion, and we look forward to the Paris selection matches in Tucson, AZ coming in March,” says Nash.

Federal is the number one choice for shotgun shells and manufactures products in America for all competitive and recreational disciplines. See the full lineup, including the latest High Over All, at

Federal ammunition can be found at dealers nationwide. For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit To support America’s shooting team, visit to find out more.

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TrueTimber Partners with SCWA as Official Camo Sponsor

TrueTimber, the world’s best-selling camo brand, is proud to announce a new partnership with the South Carolina Waterfowl Association (SCWA) as the organization’s official camo sponsor. TrueTimber will sponsor over 30 events in 2024, including SCWA banquets, raffles and conservation education programs.  

TrueTimber’s team recently visited SCWA to get an in depth look at the nation’s leading Wildlife Education Center and its incredible facilities to gain a better understanding of the overall mission. Footage from the visit can be seen at the following link.  

“SCWA has done amazing work promoting and protecting the hunting culture here in our home state through education, research and conservation,” said TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “Over the last four decades, SCWA can truly say that they have moved the needle, and we are very excited to help support them in this important mission.”

TrueTimber’s partnership with SCWA has plans to develop a youth waterfowl hunting initiative to include a line of youth waterfowl hunting apparel. A portion of all proceeds from the apparel line will go towards SCWA’s effort to introduce and educate youth hunters. 

“SCWA is very excited to partner with the world’s best-selling camo brand and its incredible team members and partners. TrueTimber has stepped up as an outdoor industry leader in support of passing on our outdoor heritage to the next generation.” said SCWA CEO David Wielicki.  “The future looks bright thanks to Outdoor Industry leaders like TrueTimber.”

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Millennium Sportsline Stadium Seats Are the Champions of Spectator Comfort

Metal or wood bleachers may offer a great view of the game but don’t provide much comfort for fans. Portable seats with backs make cheering for the team more comfortable, and the Millennium Sportsline Stadium Seat is designed with features that deliver the best spectator experience.

This lightweight, folding seat is easy to carry to and from the stadium and allows fans to relax as they take in the game. Millennium Sportsline has crafted a portable seat built for years of enjoyment.

With the Stadium Seat, spectators can lean back at the angle they prefer, thanks to adjustable seatback straps. No more hunching for hours!Unlike other seats that rely on flimsy padding, the Stadium Seat’s durable ComfortMAX fabric is suspended above the bleacher by the sturdy, powder-coated aluminum frame.The Millennium Sportsline Stadium Seat stays securely in place with an adjustable strap that runs underneath the bleacher, a feature lacking in many competitors’ models. There’s no worry about tipping backward or sliding to the side.When it’s time to go home, the Stadium Seat folds down to 20 x 17 x 7” for easy transport and weighs just 5.6 pounds – among its lightest and slimmest products.Everyone can enjoy the Stadium Seat. It’s a roomy 20” wide, well above the industry average, and supports up to 400 pounds.

No matter which team wins on the field, the Millennium Sportsline Stadium Seat is the big winner for fans, leading the league in comfort, portability, and durability.

Millennium Sportsline STADIUM SEAT

Available in colors Red, Black, Blue, and Grey1 Year WarrantyMSRP: $89.99

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THAW Portable Personal Heating Devices Keep First Responders on Their Game

THAW offers the most comprehensive lineup of rechargeable and disposable personal warming devices on the market. They not only help first responders stay warm when temperatures plummet, they help them perform their very best. The unique portable heating products help law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, 911 dispatchers and paramedics stay warm in the harshest conditions, ensuring Mother Nature doesn’t get in the way of life-saving work. All THAW heating devices incorporate the latest in warming technology to provide long-lasting, reliable function, meaning first responders – and anyone else who works or plays in cold temperatures – can stay warm and comfortable enough to perform at their best. 

THAW has many rechargeable innovations that keep users warm from toe to head. Rechargeable Heated Insoles, which come in a variety of sizes to fit both men and women, provide precious heat for up to 4.5 hours. THAW uses BluetoothⓇ technology controlled by an ingenious smartphone app to offer independent or simultaneous controls for each insole. The app also enables users to monitor battery life, stream weather forecasts and even loan the insoles to friends. Perhaps best of all, convenient magnetic charging cables allow for easy in-shoe charging, so first responders never have to worry about forgetting them when hurrying to answer a call.

THAW also offers disposable and rechargeable hand warmers to keep digits warm and working in frigid conditions. Their popular disposable hand warmers use a unique chemical compound that makes them last longer than competitors’ products. Each pouch contains two disposable hand warmers that, when opened, react to air to create safe, long-lasting heat that lasts all day, ensuring the cold never gets in the way of getting the job done. Their dual-purpose Rechargeable Hand Warmers not only keep hands warm but can be used to recharge USB-powered devices. Available in two different sizes, each hand warmer provides comfortable, double-sided heat and will last up to 10 hours on a single charge. 

First responders work in some of the most stressful and challenging conditions. Don’t let bone-chilling temperatures get in the way of performing flawlessly in the field. Pick up some THAW personal heating products today!

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