SCI maintains two blogs. Hunt Forever chronicles the exciting worldwide hunts SCI members take and covers subjects of importance to all hunters. First For Hunters chronicles SCI’s work to defeat anti hunting attacks. 

Guns & Hunting

Hunting Trophies In The Time Of The Virus

06/03/2020 Hunt Forever

Disclaimer: I had been feeling like dog-poop. There. I’ve said it! The news each day has more doom and gloom than the day before and it just keeps coming. The geographic state that I live in is locked down, essential trips outside your home only…

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Be A Winner With SCI Membership Monthly Sweepstakes

06/01/2020 Hunt Forever

In January, SCI kicked off a membership sweepstakes that will award monthly prizes, culminating in the Grand Prize, a new Roxor UTV. “So far, the sweepstakes is off to a great start,” said Jason St. Michael, Senior Manager of Member and…

Guns & Hunting

Caribou Slam

05/29/2020 Hunt Forever

Joe Hosmer wrote the caribou article and submitted it before he passed away. It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to our great friend and SCI Foundation Past President Joseph H. Hosmer. He passed away on January 6, 2020 at age 70.   …

Guns & Hunting

Buck Slim

05/27/2020 Hunt Forever

A classic lock-back, folding hunter slims down for easier pocket carry. In hunting camps everywhere the Buck Folding Hunter (Model 110) has a constant presence. If it’s not the outfitter or guide who carries one in a leather case on their belt,…


Pathfinder Youth Hunts Available This Fall!

05/25/2020 Hunt Forever

Application Deadline:  Monday, July 6, 2020 SCI Foundation Humanitarian Services, Hunter Legacy 100 Fund and Trinity Oaks give back to make once-in-a-lifetime hunting experiences possible for disabled and terminally ill youth who are 19 years old…

Guns & Hunting


05/22/2020 Hunt Forever

There’s a fine art to being a good observer. As a hunter, I want to participate, but keen observers need to recognize when they need to keep their mouths shut and stay out of the way. This was one of those times! A big herd, perhaps 50 animals, was…