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Daniel Defense Says DPMS Violated Copyright

Rifle maker claims its “Lighter, Stronger, Better” slogan was ripped off by rival, causing confusion with potential customers.
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Gear Review: Catalyst Waterproof iPhone Case

A waterproof case that protects your iPhone, allows for complete function of phone and takes clear pictures.
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Soil Prep, Tests Yield Better Food Plots

Hunters become farmers as they disc, plant and fertilize food plots in hopes of luring bucks into green fields. Unfortunately, many of those food plots will never produce their full potential.
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2014 Bowhunting Gear: Burt Coyote's Lumenok

See just how bright the Lumenok lighted nock shines and discover how simple the Lumenok’s turns on/off.
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Broomfield Uses Rubber Buckshot To Haze Coyotes

Broomfield open space officials have begun “high-intensity hazing” that includes rubber buckshot after aggressive coyotes have come close to residents and their pets.
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Shooting Ranges Are Popping Up Across America

Recreational shooters, VIP shooters, law enforcement training, and increased gun sales have led to a boom in the shooting range business.
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Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act Dies In Senate

Majority leader Harry Reid bars gun rights amendments in move seen as protecting vulnerable Democrats.
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Court Says Hunters Can Train Dogs On Wolves

A state appeals court ruled hunters can train dogs to chase down wolves, rejecting arguments from humane societies that wildlife officials are allowing deadly wolf-dog clashes.
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Wolf Quotas Set For Montana Sportsmen

There are no quotas except for limits of six wolves across two management areas near Yellowstone National Park, and two wolves outside Glacier National Park.
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Harry Reid Blocks Amendment Votes To Public Land Hunting Expansion Bill

Senate procedures being used to prevent votes on amendments to a bipartisan measure expanding hunters' access to public lands and land conservation programs.
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