Smith & Wesson, a U.S.-based leader in firearm design and manufacturing, has signed on as a bronze sponsor for the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt. Smith & Wesson professional shooting team captain Julie Golob will attend the hunt as a special guest. The hunt will take place October 3 to October 6, 2013, at The Ranch at Ucross outside Buffalo, Wyoming, and will be hosted by the Wyoming Women’s Foundation.
She went to Vegas, she won the antelope hunt in Wyoming, she went to Wyoming, she glassed, she shot an antelope with her new Model 700 Remington VTR A-TAC. Here’s Georgette Wood, who landed in cactus along the way and managed to pull off a hunt of a lifetime with her mate on a “hers ‘n’ his” hunt.
Team Smith & Wesson Captain Julie Goloski Golob won three titles at the Wyoming State Steel Challenge match at the Great Divide Shooting Club in Rawlins, Wyoming, the weekend of July 17 and 18. She finished the match as Ladies Champion, Production Champion and Limited Champion. She shot the entire match with her favorite competition […]
Julie Goloski Golob and Carrie Jamrogowicz, two of the country’s top women competition shooters, have entered the Wyoming Steel Challenge match, scheduled for July 17-18 at the Rawlins Outdoor Shooting Complex in Rawlins, Wyoming.
The WON’s own Georgette Wood won the gracious gift of an antelope hunt in 2010 in Wyoming, courtesy of the Wyoming Business Council. Wood and her husband attended the Council’s special evening reception for the media last week in Las Vegas. Georgette writes reviews for Gear Court and her husband is owner of GSS Competition, […]
Did you know there’s a development camp for future Olympians in the shotgun sports? Michelle Cerino was on site for this year’s SCTP Olympic & Sporting Clays Development (OSCD) Camp. Find out what it’s all about.
We are delighted to introduce you to our new writer, Jen Barcklay, an all-around outdoor woman, who is especially enthusiastic about long range shooting and hunting. Hailing from the state of Washington, Jen had always wanted to be a gun writer, but her job got in her way. As a helicopter mechanic – formerly enlisted […]
Last fall I harvested a public land antelope buck here in Wyoming. He was unusually wide, and I stalked him from my Action Track Chair for several hundred yards before making my shot, so I knew I wanted to do something to remember the adventure. I am a huge believer of bringing your hunt to […]
The following blog is an excerpt from, 20 Things to Do in 2020 in National Parks by the National Park Foundation here. A new decade is a fresh start to form new habits, take on new challenges, and have new experiences. We’ve compiled a checklist to set the tone for 2020 – one filled with history, culture, nature, and adventure. NEW DECADE, WHO […]