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Thank you for entering the Wingshooting USA® +ONESM Sweepstakes and joining the +ONESM Movement. Now it’s time to invite someone hunting and make good on your +ONESM Pledge. #LetsGoHunting!
Watch Wingshooting USA
Wingshooting USA focuses on the FUN of this great sport and honors the dogs that make it all possible. This dog-centric series follows Scott Linden as he travels across the Upland Nation, hunting with pro dog trainers, hunting guides and lodge owners and is loaded with tips, advice, fun and plenty of dogs! Watch it on NBC Sports, AMG-TV, TUFF-TV, Legacy TV and Pursuit Channel.
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One way Scott Linden Outdoors and CZ-USA are helping to support the mission of NSSF is by getting behind the +ONESM Movement that encourages people to introduce someone new to hunting. Join the +ONESM Movement!
https://youtu.be/GTGVHnckmXoThe GAOA is a leap forward to delivering on the promise of sustained wildlife conservation, public land hunting and recreational shooting for current and future generations of outdoorsmen and women. The bipartisan legislation ensures full, dedicated funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and addresses the maintenance backlog of public lands and water projects across the United States. Those projects include wildlife habitat conservation, road and trail repairs and increased recreational access to our public lands and waters. The GAOA provides $9.5 billion over five years for deferred federal public lands and waters maintenance projects, with $3 billion set aside for infrastructure restoration on hundreds of millions of acres for increased access for America’s sportsmen and women. The Great American Outdoors Act also provides $900 million annually for permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund. The legislation also ensures that a significant portion of LWCF funding is dedicated to increasing public access for hunting, recreational shooting, fishing and outdoor recreation. Sportsmen and women play a critical conservation role in the nation’s wildlife resources and to date, hunters and purchasers of firearms and ammunition, collectively, are the single largest source of wildlife conservation funding, contributing more than $13 billion since the enactment of the Pittman-Robertson Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.