This is the time of year that most of us start seriously planning our fall big game hunts. That planning and preparation generally starts with making sure our firearms are shooting as well as we intend. That “target practice” is also about reacquainting ourselves with the tools we will take afield; improving our firearm handling and, ultimately, making certain that we and those with whom we share time hunting and wandering the backcountry are as safe as possible. This target practice is a big deal, really.
Click the image to the left and log in to get your exclusive reader perks.
- Maryville man drowns saving daughters
- Culver's building a ButterBurger in Blount
- Maryville man pleads guilty to two counts of child pornography
- Board approves demolition of old Maryville funeral home and details of new replacement drive-thru
- Community fundraiser will benefit Blount brain trauma patient
- Genera to make $118M investment, create 80 jobs
- Royal options: Letter from landowner prompts renewed conversation about Royal Oaks subdivision's future
- Former first-round pick Ryan Harvey still swinging for the fences at Smoky Mountain Classic
- Maryville expects to stay the same despite QB's transfer
- Former principal Steve Stout new executive director of Blount County Education Foundation