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Beretta pulls out of Maryland

over its gun restrictions. "While we had originally planned to use the Tennessee facility for new equipment and for production of new product lines only, we have decided that it is more prudent from the point of view of our…

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Video: USFWS Oregon Bull Trout Reintroduction Makes Progress

The Pacific branch of the USFWS has taken deliberate steps in past years to restore important fish species to Oregon waters. Earlier this year the agency proposed delisting the Oregon chub from its threatened status, making it the first fish to escape…

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Philadelphia settles class action suit

Joshua Prince announces that a class action brought by himself and two other attorneys has settled. It challenged Philadelphia’s disclosure of private carry permit information. Philadelphia disclosed information regarding appeals from initial denials or revocations online, despite a State law…

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Atomos Gear Helps Capture New App Offer for RMEF Members

There was a buzz in the air at this year’s National Association of Broadcasters show surrounding affordable 4K cameras from manufactures like AJA, Black Magic, Sony, and Panasonic. While crawling the floor for the latest equipment I came across a crowd…

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iphone ballistic app

Right here. Not that I know much about apps — I’m happy with a smartphone that will take calls, check email, and once in a great while call up a browser. I’d settle for the first two….

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Ohio Village Battles Growing Coyote Population

The village of New Boston in southern Ohio is getting some unwanted visitors, and local officials say that pets are no longer safe on the streets after a group of coyotes moved into the area. The situation has grown to the point where village administr…

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Hammock Day 2014: The EPIC Giveaway Returns!

What’s Trek Light Gear’s favorite day of the year? National Hammock Day of course! In honor of this year’s Hammock Day on July 22nd, we’re bringing […]

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Can’t infringe the Second Amendment, try the First instead

Rep. Robin Kelly (bought, or at least leased, by Mayor Bloomberg) proposes a ban on firearm advertising directly at children or their parents, such as prohibitions on brand name t-shirts and caps "marketed for children," and a ban on firearms…

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Video: Wild Leopard Rescued From Indian Well

We often hear news of large-scale hunts for man-eating big cats in India, but this viral video of Indian villagers rescuing a trapped leopard reveals a non-fatal encounter with one of the country’s feline predators.

Villagers in the northwestern regi…

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Media fad issue: Florida no-retreat and felons

Background: of course felons are generally forbidden to possess firearms. But if put in reasonable fear of death or great bodily injury, they have the same right to self defense as has anyone else. Then there comes the rare case…

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Gray Seals Overwhelm New England, Residents Call for Controlled Hunts

The gray seal was nearly wiped out of New England decades ago, but the coastal population has since rebounded so successfully, some residents are calling for hunts to control the burgeoning seal numbers.

Massachusetts offered a bounty on the gray sea…

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Gray Seal Resurgence Stirs Calls For Hunt

A species all but wiped out decades ago now number so many that residents are calling for them to be hunted.
The species is the gray seal and the residents reside in Maine.
Yep. That Maine.  A state not normally associated with seals.
Gray seals …

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Whitetail Hunting Tips: How to Hunt a Barnyard Buck

Photo By: Lance Krueger
One of the oldest adages of whitetail deer hunting is, “Don’t hunt where the deer are—hunt where they’re going to be.” In farm country, woodlots dot open expanses of agricultural fields, making it …

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Ditch the Spray, Non-Toxic Wristbands Keep Mosquitos Away for Days

I’d like to thank Tessa Kay from Asylum PR for reaching out to me about a great new product – Wrist Bands and Mosquito Repelling [...]

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Lord Byron comes to mind…

Jersey City, NJ. Man wanted for murder ambushes and murders officer. His wife responds with ""He should’ve taken more [officers] with him," and ""Sorry for the officer’s family. That’s, you know, whatever." They even built a memorial for the killer,…

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California’s latest

Video here. California already had, if I recall correctly, handgun registration (in effect), State as well as Federal background checks, a 15-day waiting period, one gun a month rationing, no carry (open or concealed) without a "may issue" permit, and…

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Florida Paddleboarder Lands 120- to 150-pound Tarpon

Anyone whose been near saltwater in the past couple of years know that standup paddleboards “SUPs” are spiking in popularity. Along with recreational paddleboarders, fishermen are now taking advantage of the mobility and access SUPs allow. Nick Hallor…

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Florida Paddleboarder Lands 120- to 150-pound Tarpon

Anyone whose been near saltwater in the past couple of years know that standup paddleboards “SUPs” are spiking in popularity. Along with recreational paddleboarders, fishermen are now taking advantage of the mobility and access SUPs allow. Nick Hallor…

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New State-Record Mahi Mahi Caught in Delaware

A 56.9-pound mahi mahi caught this month has set a new Delaware state record, according to the Delaware DNREC.
William “Butch” Emmert of Rehoboth Beach hooked the fish while trolling an artificial ballyhoo rig and blue and white Ilander in about 360 f…

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Massachusetts’ latest

I don’t know what to file this under — an example of where the other side wants to go, or an example of how newspaper stories are written by cut and paste of slogans that have been used and re-used…

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Study: Elk May Eventually Adapt to Better Handle CWD

For the past five decades chronic wasting disease (CWD) has spread like a cancer through the nation’s cervid population. Without any form of effective vaccine or cure, the disease poses a serious problem for the country’s elk, moose, and deer. Accordin…

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Video: "Shark" Sighting in Lake Ontario Revealed as Shark Week Hoax

Strange things were afoot…errr, a fin…in Lake Ontario.
A video posted to You Tube last week, allegedly shot on Wolfe Island, where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario, shows three anglers responding to a mystery fish breaching near…

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Video: Pennsylvania Game Commission Fits Elk with Camera Collar

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has collared a cow elk with a video camera, hoping the elk-eye view will provide insight into the cervid’s habitat preferences and cow-to-calf interactions.
While tracking animals for research is nothing new, this vide…

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Conservationists Urge Action as Mule Deer Dwindle in Colorado

In 2013, Colorado wildlife officials determined the state’s mule deer had hit a record low. At only 384,000 animals, the Centinnel State’s muley population is 200,000 short of the official target number and 36 percent less from almost a decade ago when…

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Amicus brief in ACLU challenge to gov’t data harvesting

Here’s an interesting article on its brief, filed by John Frazer of Virginia. "Our brief in the ACLU matter argued that the government’s broad interpretation of its authority to collect information from private entities could effectively override legislative protections for…

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