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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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Georgia Hunter Harvests Behemoth 660-pound Alligator

Chad Young said his recent harvest of a behemoth alligator from Georgia’s Lake Blackshear on Wednesday will go down as one of his best hunting memories. The 660-pound reptile offered up a difficult fight to the hunter and his companions, and Young sai…

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DC gun registry operating at usual efficiency

Unless, as the saying goes, "that’s not a bug, that’s a feature!" The District is requiring submission of a second set of fingerprints, stating that it somehow lost the first set….

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Bloomberg hypocrisy

NRA lights a fire under the former mayor. To his mind, it’s not hypocrisy, mind you. One of the traits of narcissistic personality disorder is for the person to feel that he can lay down rules, but they don’t apply…

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Praise the Lord, and pass the ammunition….

Story here….

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That’s funny, I thought it was George Bush

MSNBC finds someone to blame for the Ebola scare: the NRA. I just hope they never figure out how the virus was genetically modified in the NRA labs so that it cannot infect anyone who has recently been exposed to…

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That’s funny, I thought it was George Bush

MSNBC finds someone to blame for the Ebola scare: the NRA. I just hope they never figure out how the virus was genetically modified in the NRA labs so that it cannot infect anyone who has recently been exposed to…

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Wild Turkey Rebound in Missouri, Future Looks Promising

Missouri wildlife officials announced recently that turkey hunting prospects for the state are looking up for the third time in four years. After a noticeable decline in turkey numbers from 2007 to 2010, experts say that the state’s population has been…

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Judge Denies Wyoming Wolf Management Request, Season Suspension Upheld

On Tuesday US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson refused a request from the state of Wyoming to return management of its wolf population to the state’s Game and Fish Department. Earlier in September Jackson ruled that Wyoming’s wolves be returned to fed…

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Pope and Young Club Announces Potential World Record Caribou

The Pope and Young Club announced on Thursday that a new woodland caribou is under consideration for the title of archery world record. Newfoundland bowhunter Jeff Samson harvested a massive bull late last year with an initial entry score of 376 and 7/…

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Pipe Bomb Discovery Prompts Pennsylvania Officials to Suspend Hunting in 7 Areas

A recent development in the search for suspected cop killer Eric Frein convinced the Pennsylvania Game Commission to shut down all hunting and trapping across seven townships in the state’s northeast. The Game Commission initially warned hunters in the…

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Police officers charged in alleged straw man sales

Story here. The trial starts Monday, and the defendants are two Sacramento County deputies, an FFL, and a private purchaser. As I read the story, it arises out of California’s discriminatory gun laws. To be sold new in CA, a…

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Suppressor-ready Hunting Rifles Becoming the Norm

Twenty years ago if you wanted to mount a noise-moderating suppressor on your hunting rifle, it meant a trip to a machine shop and a long explanation. Now, manufacturers from Ruger to Marlin are cranking out standard offerings aimed at sportsmen and ta…

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Pennsylvania Bow Season Set to Open Saturday, Hunt for Suspected Cop Killer Continues

Update 10-1-2014: The Pennsylvania Game Commission has temporarily closed all hunting and trapping in the seven townships where the search is currently taking place. You can read more here.

Many Pennsylvania bowhunters are eagerly awaiting the star…

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BATF loses suit to undercover agent

A judge of the Federal Court of Claims has awarded former agent Jay Doybyns over half a million in damages for agency misconduct. "Misconduct" that amounted to betraying and backstabbing an agent who had spent years infiltrating the hell’s angels….

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Update on Oklahoma beheading & defense

An article in the Christian Science Monitor asks "Oklahoma City beheading: Will jihad-style attack boost ‘bring gun to work’ laws?" I can remember when CSM made the Washington Post look like Guns and Ammo; if the other side is losing…

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Sportsmen Rally to Keep Public Lands Public in Montana Capital

On Saturday, hundreds of hunters, anglers, and other outdoor enthusiasts flooded the lawn of the Montana State Capitol in Helena. Despite a torrential downpour, many stayed to listen to speakers advocating for the protection of federal lands. Their mes…

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Thieves Nab 8 Rare, Antique Bows from Archery Museum

Eight antique and rare bows were stolen from a museum in New Westminster, British Columbia last week. According to Global News, the bows were on display at Boorman Archery shop and museum before last Friday, when thieves smashed through a window and e…

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Wyoming Officials Fight to Save Wolf Season, Governor Mead Files Emergency Rule

Last week Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed an emergency rule in response to the recent decision by US District Judge Arm Berman Jackson to restore federal protection to the state’s wolf population. The emergency rule will establish a new management pl…

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Making a self-defense story fit the desired narrative

Moore, Oklahoma. Business fires violent nut case, he rams vehicle into headquarters, charges inside with knife, decapitates one woman, begins stabbing another… An employee ends the assault (and almost certainly intended mass killing) with three fast shots from a rifle……

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Kickstarter promo of "The Filmography of Guns"

It’s a promotion project for a new book on guns featured in movies….

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Only government actors are safe with arms

‘Nuff said. At least they did bring criminal charges against the shooter; only his poor marksmanship kept this from becoming a homicide charge….

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Wisconsin Hunter Bags 780-pound Black Bear

A Waupaca County, Wisconsin hunter is beside himself after harvesting what may be the state’s next record black bear. According to WITI, Dennis Arndt was hunting on private property near Ogdensburg when he shot a bear that many hunters have been yearni…

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