Bow manufacturer Bowtech has designed a limited edition “The Legend” bow in honor of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. The Legend will be available at Bowtech dealers in July, and a donation will be made to the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation by Bowtech for every bow sold.
The CKFF works to support service men and women and first responders by creating opportunities for them to reconnect with family, empowering them to thrive. CKFF was launched on Veteran’s Day in 2014. Tara Kyle, wife of Chris and executive director to CKFF, continues to extend Chris’ legacy through the foundation and by working with companies like Bowtech.
Bowtech was also heavily involved in the making of the movie “American Sniper” which told Kyle’s story.
The Legend bow was built with the same technology as Bowtech’s new flagship bow, the Prodigy, which features PowerShift technology, ATA speeds of 343 fps, a 7-inch brace height, and weighs in at only 4.2 pounds.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is once again hosting a “Becoming an Outdoors-Woman” workshop this summer. The workshop is set for August 7-9, at Lubrecht Forest (east of Missoula).
Registration is open for all women, ages 18 and above. Women are encouraged to sign up with friends and family to hone their outdoors skills or come to learn something completely new.
Participants are allowed to choose four different lessons over the three day event, including basic gun handling, map and compass reading, using a GoPro, archery, fishing, outdoor survival and more.
Fees for the classes range from $170-$290, depending on the classes you choose, and these fees also include meals and lodging.
For more information, visit fwp.mt.gov and click on Education. Or call or email Liz Lodman at 406-444-9940, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not a Montana resident? No problem! Becoming and Outdoors Woman (BOW) is a national, non-profit organization which offers classes in several states. Visit Becoming an Outdoors-Woman for information on classes across the country!
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