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SCI News for May 13

SCI News
SCI News for May 13
By Safari Club International • Issue #31 • View online
This week’s featured video has SCI CEO W. Laird Hamberlin visiting with David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Department of the Interior for an exclusive, wide-ranging interview on topics of interest to outdoorsmen.
The SCI Hunter Advocacy Action Center has heated up with campaigns that enable you to engage representatives on the Great American Outdoors Act, several anti-sportsmen bills in California, and the Canadian gun ban.

SCI Interviews David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Interior
SCI Interviews David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Interior
This Week
Change to Federal Duck Stamp Contest Celebrates the Conservation Achievements of Waterfowl Hunters
Dangerous game deserves a purpose-built rifle system.
The Gunwerks SKUHL was designed for ultimate reliability and quick target acquisition in close quarters when shots count. Big bore options include 338 RUM, 375 Ruger and 416 Ruger with matched loads and laser etched turrets resulting in a rifle system effective from zero to 600+ yards, right out of the box. Gunwerks used their infamous lightweight carbon fiber ClymR stock and gave it one serious makeover. The SKUHL features all new laser engraving, never before seen stock design, and unique battle worn Tungsten Cerakote finish. The next MUST HAVE in dangerous game hunting.
Hunting Increases in U.S. Amid Meat Shortage Fears and More Free Time
Canada Gun Ban Will Not Include Waterfowl Shotguns
2020 SCIF Spring Fund Drive
SCIF Launches Kamchatka Brown Bear Sweepstakes
Support the International Wildlife Museum and look good doing it!
Purchase an IWM t-shirt for $20 and 50% of proceeds go to support the museum. Offer ends mid-May, please act quickly!
Chapter Happenings
Acadiana Safari Club donates $5,000 to Salvation Army
Safari Club competition aims to get people outdoors and cleaning up
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