How to Glass for Big Game Presented by Tom Claycomb III at SCI Convention

Tom Claycomb III
Tom Claycomb III

( Right behind your rifle or bow, clothing and good boots, the most important piece of equipment a hunter takes to the field is a good pair of binoculars. Learning to properly glass will open up a whole new world for you. If you use them properly and practice with them, you’ll start seeing more game.

Tom Claycomb III, famed outdoor writer and seminar speaker will host a seminar titled How to Glass for Big Game during the 2017 SCI Hunters’ Convention February 1-4, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tom will teach attendees how to pick the best optics for their hunting situation and the proper techniques they need to use to be successful.

The How to Glass for Big Game seminar will be held February 4 from 2:30 -3:30 p.m. in the Lagoon A meeting room of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Level 2.

About the SCI Hunters’ Convention:

Safari Club expects upwards of 24,000 international hunters to visit Las Vegas, Nevada, February 1-4, 2017.  The SCI Hunters’ Convention represents the largest and most successful event to raise money for advocacy to protect hunters’ rights. The 2017 Hunters’ Convention will be the largest in the organization’s history with nearly a million square feet of exhibits and 2,500 vendors.

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