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Do you use a game camera to determine your hunting spots?

All politics is local. It’s a phrase often attributed to the late Thomas ‘Tip’ O'Neill, former Speaker of the House, and it’s a phrase that gun control advocates are now taking to heart. Read More

Video Released of Wal-Mart Shopper Tackling Legal Gun Owner [VIDEO]

January 25, 2015
Video footage taken from a Florida Wal-Mart shows a shopper literally jumping the gun. The surveillance footage, released by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, shows Michael Foster, 43, tackling Clarence Daniels from behind as he was walking into a Brandon, Fla. Wal-Mart on Tuesday. Foster followed Daniels into the store after seeing him exiting his vehicle with a gun holstered under his shirt — which was perfectly legal for the 62-year-old Daniels to do since he holds a...

NY'ers Still Fighting SAFE Act; Sheriff Says to Throw Pistol Permit Renewals in Trash

January 23, 2015
The fight against gun control in New York continues two years after Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the SAFE Act into law, and one county sheriff is urging New Yorkers to throw their pistol permit renewals in the trash. Three counties—Fulton, Albany, and Schenectady— were chosen in January to take part in the pilot program for pistol permit renewals. Five hundred “invitations,” as the state government dubbed them, are being sent to residents in each of the counties. “I’m asking everybody...

States Target Coyotes in Groundbreaking New Research Project

January 22, 2015
Three state wildlife agencies have joined forces with one of the top white-tailed deer research labs in the nation along with a prestigious university as part of a groundbreaking, multi-year project into coyote behavior. Coyote FawnThe states have long battled coyote predation on white-tailed deer fawns and now, after about a decade of liberal doe harvests in some Southeast states, officials are concerned about the impact of coyotes on the deer population. Hunters are, too, and have expressed...

Bull Moose Fight Escalates in a Shocking Way [VIDEO]

January 18, 2015
It is common knowledge that deer of all species use their antlers for sparring and fighting during breeding seasons. Usually these fights are short lived and rarely result in any sort of significant injury to the participants. However, that is not always the case. For proof, consider this video. These two bull moose, filmed on a gravel road in Maine, are shown staring each other down, rubbing hooves on the ground, and lightly hitting their impressive racks against one another. Nothing too...

Mexican Wolves Win Endangered Protection, But Ranchers Can Still Shoot Them

January 15, 2015
The Mexican gray wolf just got a lot more room to roam. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service this week granted the rare wolf—only about 83 survive in the wild—endangered species protection and increased by a factor of 10 the area in Arizona and New Mexico where the predator can be reintroduced. But in a sign of how contentious the wolf is in the West, the FWS is allowing ranchers, and even pet owners, to kill any Mexican wolf if it is “in the act of biting, wounding, or killing”...
Josh Brones

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