The college is dedicated to comprehensive undergraduate and graduate
education, basic and applied research programs, and service.
We want to take a moment and honor our fellow brothers and sisters
in arms who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. For you and others
before you we take off our hats and bow our heads and say thank
you. We ask that God be with your families and loved ones at this
time and to you we say it is an honor to call you a fellow soldier and
friend. From all of us on the Dr. Deer Team
we salute you.
Dr. Deer takes to the field once again with Thompson/Center!
Dr. James C. Kroll (aka, Dr. Deer) is proud to announce he will be using two of Thompson/Center's finest rifles
this season on North American WHITETAIL TV. "I am so pleased that Thompson/Center Arms Co. is a title sponsor
for our show," says Dr. Kroll. "We started our long-running show with T/C and it's going to feel pretty good being
out there hunting with a T/C in my hand." Dr. Kroll will be using the new Dimension bolt action rifle in 7mm
Rem. Mag and 270 Win.. As with the much favored Encore, the Dimension allows the hunter to switch barrels,
using what T/C calls its Locking Optimized Components system. Furthermore, the hunter can just about switch
everything on the rifle, which is available in 10 different chamberings. Each caliber works using the same
receiver and stock! "I love the ease in switching out barrels using a single tool," Kroll continues, "and using the
letter group designation for components makes switching so easy."
Dr. Kroll also will be using the T/C Venture rifle in .270 WSM, one of the "sweetest" calibers on the market!
Available now for three years, the Venture platform has followed the Icon, as one of the most accurate rifles on
the market. "I especially like the composite, 3-shot, single column, detachable magazine," Kroll adds. The
Venture is a sub-MOA rifle. :"I really like the adjustable trigger (3.5 to 5 lbs), and 5R rifling."
Live Necropsy at Turtle Lake Hunting Club
Call us "LIVE" right now to ask a question
8am - 4pm Saturday, February 9th, 2013