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Deer and Duck Prospects Good for Texas

Biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) have good reason to be optimistic regarding the state’s deer and duck population. Significant rainfall in recent months has provided a much-needed reprieve from the drought that hunters had…

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Supreme Court takes a gun forfeiture case

The Court just granted cert. in Henderson v. U.S.. The issue: can a person who is convicted of a felony, and has firearms seized (because of his status as a felon, not because the guns were used in an offense),…

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Connecticut Law Review is online

Symposium issue here. Very interesting articles. George Mocsary on requiring insurance as a condition of gun ownership, Clayton Cramer on mental illness and the 2A, Michael O’Shea on slippery slope and background checks, myself on standard of review Josh Blackman…

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Traditional Fox Hunters Pivoting Toward Coyotes

The sight of a mounted fox hunter in traditional attire—including red blazers and navy coats—is rare these days, and it seems that their quarry is rarer still. The coyote population on the East Coast is growing and in some areas pushing into fox te…

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Activist Group Hounds Wisconsin Wolf Hunters

Last month OutdoorHub reported on an animal rights group that planned on following Montana wolf hunters. Now, members of the same group say they’ll do the same in Wisconsin.

WUWM reported on Wednesday that the group announced their intent to track and…

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Robbery in AZ has its risks

Robbers hit credit union, are departing with a sack of cash when an incoming customer opens fire and kills one. This is Arizona. When it comes to concealed carry, we don’ need no steenking permits….

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Texas Officials Declare October “Hog Out Month”

Over five million feral pigs reside in the United States, and half of that five million are in Texas. The pig population there has been described by wildlife experts as one of the most pressing conservation issues in the state, and officials want the p…

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"ThinkProgress" has second thoughts on no-retreat

"South Carolina Prosecutors Say Stand Your Ground Doesn’t Apply To Victims Of Domestic Violence." Sounds like the argument is a variant of "the statute on its face says this, but we can’t believe the legislature meant this to happen." Amusing…

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To Serve Bear: East Coast States Encourage More Sportsmen to Hunt Bruins

States like New Jersey and New York are urging more people to take up bear hunting this year in the face of a population boom across sections of the East Coast. Earlier this year the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) loosened bear…

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Zero tolerance = zero brains, part 2,356

An entirely nice female student, who has to travel though rough areas of Detroit, gets suspended from school for an entire year after she is found with a pocketknife that was a quarter inch longer than the school rules allowed….

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First Traces of Bluetongue Virus Identified in New Jersey Deer

New Jersey wildlife officials confirmed on Friday that the state’s first traces of bluetongue virus have been found on two dead deer. According to the Department of Environmental Protection, the deer were discovered in Somerset and Morris County last m…

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First Traces of Bluetongue Virus Identified in New Jersey Deer

New Jersey wildlife officials confirmed on Friday that the state’s first traces of bluetongue virus have been found on two dead deer. According to the Department of Environmental Protection, the deer were discovered in Somerset and Morris County last m…

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Video: Daughter’s Priceless Reaction to Her First Successful Deer Bowhunt

Chris Bryan must be one proud father after this bowhunting trip he took with his daughter Reagan. With some coaching from dad, the young huntress made a solid shot at 25 yards. In footage recorded by her father, the arrow can be seen hitting home and t…

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Colorado Bear Tries to Sneak into Hunters’ Tent

Two hunters camped just miles outside of Aspen, Colorado had a close nighttime encounter last week when a bear attempted to enter their tent, only to be pushed away. According to KUSA, the hunters were visited by a bear three times on Thursday night ne…

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Columbus Day Hammock Coloring

You don’t have to celebrate Columbus Day (we’re working), but you can break out the crayons and color in this hammock-themed page with your favorite […]

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Kansas Bowhunters Asked to Help Solve Cold Case

Law enforcement officials in Wyandotte County, Kansas are urging hunters to report anything out of the ordinary in the hopes of solving a 13-year-old missing persons case. The missing person in question is Branson Perry, who was 20 when he was last see…

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Australian criminals adapt to the times

Prices of black market semiautos rise into the thousands, so criminals turn to sharing or leasing out their guns. They even do so on a contingency basis: the user only pays if he actually commits a crime with it….

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Hawaii’s Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden May Open Its Doors to Hog Trappers

Trappers interested in harvesting wild hogs may soon get their chance at Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden in Kaneohe, Hawaii. According to KITV, city officials are about to finalize a memorandum of understanding that would allow trappers inside the gardens …

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Corey, We’ve Got A Hammock For You

Corey bids $7000 on a hammock on The Price Is Right and the Internet laughs. Corey, don’t worry – we’ve got your back.

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Memories

Joe Foss, NRA President who earned the Medal of Honor. I got off the plane with him in DC when he was talking about the incident with airport security, and I called some folks who had media contacts. Not in…

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Restoring rights?

Interesting. But I wish the story explained how the person lost their firearm rights. I can only think of (1) it’s some State disqualified or (2) while he was incapacitated following the stroke, they had a guardian created for his…

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Video: Georgia Hunter Finds Confused, Naked Man in the Woods

What’s the craziest hunting story you’ve ever heard—or experienced yourself? Casey Sanders recently posted a video on YouTube depicting what appears to be an encounter with a disoriented, lost, and, most importantly, naked man in the woods near Chatt…

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Video: 10-point Buck Rescued from Iowa Sinkhole

Thanks to three young men coming home from a football game, a 10-point buck in Iowa has a chance to spend the fall somewhere other than a sinkhole. Eric Smorstad, Gavin Nimrod, and Dryton Meyer used some rope and a tractor to rescue an unfortunate buck…

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Study: Efforts to Preserve Sage Grouse Also Benefit Mule Deer

Researchers have found that conservation efforts for sage grouse in Wyoming may have benefited the local mule deer population as well. Scientists at the University of Wyoming, US Geological Survey, The Nature Conservancy, Western Ecoysystems Inc., and …

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Maine Wildlife Officials Sued for Defending Bear Hunt Policies

Animal rights advocates recently filed a lawsuit against Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (DIFW) for the agency’s “heavy-handed intervention” regarding a forthcoming ballot proposal on bear hunting in the state. Mainers for Fair Bear…

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Safety concerns about some 9mm ammo

Article here. It’s apparently military contract overrun, and loaded to 9mm+P levels, good in modern guns but not in all….

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BATF settles with another whistle-blower agent

David Codrea has the story. The BATF hierarchy terminated Agent Vince Cefalu after he exposed illegal wiretapping. (The grounds for the firing were essentially "telling the truth while under oath"). The District Court settlement is that he will be reinstated,…

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Iowa Officials Confirm Presence of Chronic Wasting Disease in Exterminated Deer Herd

The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship announced last week that a quarantined captive deer herd in Cerro Gordo County tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD). Officials state that out of the 356 deer in the herd, 284—or 79….

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Minnesota Hunter Stabs, Kills Wounded Black Bear after Brutal Mauling

One Minnesota bowhunter is counting his blessings after a bear attack almost claimed his life. According to KARE 11, Brandon Johnson was hunting with several longtime friends near Duxbury on Friday, September 26 when everything went horribly wrong. The…

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Video: Grouse Joins Deer Hunter in Treestand

Grouse are known to occasionally display some odd behaviors (especially during mating season), but they are hardly known for their willingness to hang out on hunters’ gun barrels. The fearless grouse in the video below, however, decided to get to know …

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