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First Case of Chronic Wasting Disease Confirmed in Ohio

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Department of Agriculture announced last week that a case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been discovered in the state. The disease was positively identified in a captive deer herd in Holmes Count…

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Field Rescue and Evacuation from the Canadian Rockies after a Close Call

Global Rescue member Steven Huskey was on a hunting trip to the Canadian Rockies when suddenly things went very, very wrong.

“During a steep, snowy descent through the Canadian Rockies in pursuit of an elusive bighorn sheep, I found myself sliding d…

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Howard U Law symposium on firearm laws

It’s to be held on Thursday, Nov. 6, at their law school (2900 Van Ness Street, NW, Washington DC 20008 — the law school is not part of their main campus). Dave Kopel and I will speak, against an Orkish…

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An unusual case of self-defense

Woman draws gun on neighbor, holds him, after she discovers him raping her pit bull, he announces that ISIS sent him to do the deed, and tells her that she will die the moment she kills him. Understatement of the…

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Video: Is This the Largest Whitetail Buck Shot on Camera?

On October 12, hunter Joe Franz harvested a massive whitetail buck with a muzzleloader on his property in Iowa. Fortune has awarded this hunter the deer of a lifetime, but it was the foresight of the Trophy Pursuit team that put this incredible shot on…

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Suffers Seizure while Deer Hunting

Jep Robertson, the younger brother of Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson and a cast member on the popular A&E show Duck Dynasty, was hospitalized last week when he had a seizure in a treestand while hunting for deer. A representative for the famil…

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More on anti-NRA ebola nonsense

A while back I posted on MSNBC’s poppycock claim that NRA was somehow responsible for Ebola’s menace, since NRA had blocked the nomination of an anti-gun Surgeon General and that somehow impaired our response. When an agency has no top…

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SAF files against Illinois yet again….

SAF, Illinois Carry, and Illinois State Rifle and Pistol have filed Culp v. Madigan (C. D. Ill.), challenging a feature of the new handgun carry permit system, adopted in the wake of prior legal challenges. The new system, for reasons…

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Video: Joe Rogan on the “Eat What You Kill” Movement

Joe Rogan may be better known for his stand-up comedy, hosting NBC’s Fear Factor, or his time as a commentator for the UFC, but he is also a newly-recruited hunter. Rogan appeared on Tuesday’s episode of HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, in which h…

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Extraordinary

Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Info lawsuit regarding ATF’s operation "Fast and Furious," which ran guns to Mexican drug cartels. The DoJ just asserted executive privilege as a reason for withholding communications to and from Mrs. Eric Holder….

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Shootout in Ottawa

Gunman storms the Canadian Parliament building — and finds the Master at Arms is indeed armed. Nice shooting. The only thing that stopped a bad guy with a gun was a good guy with a gun….

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Utah Hunters Outraged after Thieves Steal Two Elk from Camp

Two hunters in northeastern Utah were speechless when they discovered that the meat from two elk they had killed was stolen from their camp earlier this month. For friends Tracy Jones and Jamie Vigil, it was a disappointing end to what had been an exhi…

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Pennsylvania passes preemption

Story here. Sounds like the statute allows for recovery of attorney’s fees, which would be an important addition….

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Washington Quarterback Colt McCoy Hijacks Training Field for Archery Practice

A lot of privileges come with being a quarterback, and for Colt McCoy of the Washington Redskins, that means a little bit of leeway when it comes to what he can bring to the field. What is McCoy’s secret to training? Why, shooting a few arrows into a d…

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One in 100,000: Young Michigan Hunter Harvests Rare Albino Buck

An 11-year-old hunter from Oceola Township, Michigan took the deer of a lifetime when he shot a 12-point albino buck with a crossbow on Monday. The animal was well-known to local hunters, but Gavin Dingman ended up being the one to harvest it.

“My dad…

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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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