Kids Camp and Eddie Eagle


The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program is a gun accident prevention program that seeks to help parents, law enforcement, community groups and educators navigate a topic paramount to our children’s safety. Eddie and his Wing Team are on a mission to help you teach Pre-K through 4th graders what to do if they ever come across a gun.

Calibers Kids Camp is quickly approaching. There’s still time to register your child. This camp is perfect for teaching your children the basics of firearm safety and shooting! Over three days your kids will be exposed to rifles and pistols culminating in a fun shoot. Our NRA certified instructors will guide your children in the proper response to finding a firearm that is unattended, firearm safety, marksmanship fundamentals, and shooting positions in a safe and fun environment. Our camp will provide your kids with a life-long skill and a challenging and rewarding hobby. We offer multiple camps all year long that coincide with APS breaks. If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do, sign up today!

Camp Fee includes 100 rounds (cartridges) of .22lr ammunition. Students are welcome to bring their own firearms on the 3rd day as long as they provide ammunition for them.
Appropriate for ages 8-12
Price $134.99



Game Changers

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The New Game Changers: 11 Women Who Are Redefining the Outdoors

These 11 outdoors women—pro anglers, big-game guides, bad-ass hunters, dead-eyes, and divas—are inspiring other females to take to the outdoors in record numbers.

In 1951, Joan Wulff won the National Fisherman’s Distance Casting event against an all-male field by casting a fly 131 feet. Brenda Valentine was shooting 10-rings with a compound bow in the ’80s. It was more than 25 years ago that Christine Thomas founded Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, and Melissa Bachman launched Deadly Passion Productions back in 2010. In short, highly skilled women excelling at hunting and fishing are nothing new.

But let’s face it: Historically, women have been underrepresented in the outdoor sports, and too often marginalized. That’s all changing. Thanks to the aforementioned pioneers and others like them, the number of outdoors women is now exploding—to the point that increased female participation is the biggest trend in our sports today. Just as important, women are carving their own space in the outdoors.

You already know some of the most prominent female faces, but a legion of women are making a difference on the grassroots level. Here are 11 hardcore hunters, anglers, and shooters, who by example and by outreach are making the outdoors a place where more women want to be.

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article courtesy Field & Stream magazine

Family Traditions

by Scott Bestul

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Photo by Dylan Coulter

For many of us, the outdoors are practically a family heirloom—a gift passed down to us the first time we ever spend a morning in the tree-stand with Dad or Mom, or kill a summer afternoon catching bluegills with our big brothers. Of course, as we spend more time outdoors, we discover there’s much more to this heirloom than just the pursuit of game or fish. There are lessons and legends, secrets and skills, traditions and tools. And, perhaps best of all, there are stories. Stories that are so great they almost become heirlooms of their own, because we can’t help but pass them down. Stories like the 15 you’re about to read.

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