Twin biathletes Tracy and Lanny Barnes describe how they scouted and then guided their sister’s five-day Colorado hunt for elk and antelope. Their tips are invaluable for high-altitude big game hunting, but their stories of the hunt will make you smile.
The Barnes twins have been competing in 3-gun competitions for three years now and wanted to share with you a few tips they’ve learned along the way.
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FT. LAUDERDALE, FL – An incredible mini-event is being offered to women for the first time by the award winning
Twin Olympic biathletes Lanny and Tracy Barnes detail how to fit a rifle stock so that you shoot safe, comfortably and accurately.
Olympic biathletes Lanny and Tracy Barnes give tips on how to keep your firearms shooting accurately in the cold. They should know, as they’re training in Sweden at present. Before that, they hunted at high elevations in Colorado. Whether hunting or competing, these sisters know the low-down on keeping your firearms shooting hot in the cold.
Spotting and stalking is our preferred method for hunting elk. We’ve made some ground blinds in the past, but we’ve
If you’re planning on hunting at high altitudes this fall, you’ll especially benefit from reading tips on how to train for this experience, courtesy of Tracy and Lanny Barnes, our twin biathlete bloggers here at The WON. They not only will tell you how to train, they will advise you on how to hunt once you get there!
When we talk about the future, it seems everyone has a different outlook. Some are bleak, others positive, some have
This is just a typical day in the woods for twin sisters Tracy and Lanny Barnes, as they launch their new blog here at Women’s Outdoor News. In this snippet of life outside the Olympic arena, Tracy Barnes tells us about the day she took off her shoes and ran after a tom in the woods, while her sister, Lanny, well … you’ll just have to read about it here.