Survival tin provides worst-case mettle
With 80 degree days and summer sunshine gone on the wind of Labor Day's cold front, an autumn chill has settled over the region. The change in weather shifts the focus of area outdoorsmen to fall activities. Many are firing off their last few practice rounds at the trap club or shooting range in anticipation of grouse and pheasant openers and eventually deer firearms season.
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