Targeting New Shooters

The continued decline of participants in the shooting sports industry has brought to focus the emergence of women participation in the sport. Women have been practically neglected in the absence of an organization which would recognize their abilities in the shooting business. However, the formation of the Women’s Shooting Sports Foundation has recently given more attention to their cause.

With the traditional market leveling off, the shooting sports industry is shifting its efforts to address the growing women’s market and other new participants.

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The Lady Hunter: Women Have Plenty Of Options For Gear

9 percent of hunters are women, which, according to my trusty calculator, translates to 1.25 million hunters who have guns that may or may not fit them properly. Some women get by quite nicely with about any shotgun, and my wife, Phyllis, is one of them. Well, almost, anyhow. She can handle the dimensions of most factory stocks, but like most women, her upper-body strength is not as great as a typical man’s, so some guns are too heavy.

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Vendors Target Snappy, Winter-friendly Boots

Are people finding more activities to keep them outside during the most brutal months of the year?

Following one of the harshest winters in recent memories, makers of outdoor performance footwear say they see untapped potential in the winter months, particularly if they can add a degree of youth appeal and fashion flair to traditionally pragmatic designs.

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You Can Walk Away From Heel Pain And Bunions

Besides choosing the best shoes for plantar fasciitis, great news for those who suffer from heel spur pain. A new technique called endoscopic plantar fasciotomy can bring quick relief – and many people return to work in only a matter of days.

Heel spur pain is treated in stages. First doctors reduce the inflammation of the tendon. Then they reduce the pressure on the heels with the use of specially molded arch supports.

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Some Techniques For Your Beauty That You Should Know

ESTHETIC DENTISTRY

Dr. Edward Philips, a Toronto dental surgeon who has become an “Esthetician” of the smile, especially when he sees the difference it can make to people’s manner and self-esteem.

A smile, says Dr. Philips, is a science and an art form. The “perfect smile” is one in which the upper edge of the teeth follows the upward curve of the lower lip line. It is also defined by measurements and proportions in relation to the other facial features.

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Many Great Reasons To Hunt In This Underrated Safari Destination

As a hunting destination, Uganda isn’t nearly as well-known as other African countries. But it was a prime destination for W.M.D. Bell, Theodore Roosevelt, and dozens of other early hunters who pioneered hunting in Uganda’s spectacular wilds. Easier-to-reach Kenya and Tanzania overshadowed Uganda until the early 1960s when this landlocked country began catching on as a safari destination. Alas, within a decade, political strife drove out the nascent hunting industry. Today, things are again looking up.

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Another View About Elk Hunting

I wounded an elk this past year. I prepared hunting gear, such my best hunting boots and took what should have been a good shot and dubbed it, much like hitting a bad drive off a golf tee. Except this wasn’t an out of bounds, it was a real animal, and I hit him in a place too high and too far back for a quick recovery. I was sick.

Have you had this feeling? I hope you never do. I shot the bull elk in the evening, and by dark, we hadn’t found him. I went to bed without eating because I wasn’t hungry, and I slept only fitfully, waking often, thinking there was something I needed to do. There was. I needed to find that elk. In the morning five of us searched for the bull, looking for a sign, walking quadrants, checking low areas, poking in thick brush, going from water to water, walking interminably.

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Canada Trending Towards A Tourism Boom

Americans’ desire for new and improved travel experiences is contributing to phenomenal hotel growth across the globe. From Asia to Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean and beyond, destinations are experiencing tourism development unlike ever before, with hotel brands and properties taking travel to new heights in terms of local immersion, technology, luxury, variety, inclusions and so much more.

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The Prevalence Rate Of Myopia Is Increasing Globally

A substantial body of evidence exists regarding the prevalence of myopia. Although there is a need to exercise caution when making comparisons between studies, some issues are readily identified.

Prevalence rates of myopia vary around the globe, with a significantly higher prevalence existing in Eastern Asia,

Individuals with an Asian ethnic background but who reside elsewhere, have a greater prevalence of myopia than those without an Asian ethnic background, residing in the same location.

Individuals with different ethnic backgrounds, residing in the same location, show differences in the prevalence of myopia, the prevalence of myopia in Eastern Asia and its disparity to levels elsewhere.

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