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Indiana Moves Closer To Protecting High-Fence Hunting

The Indiana state house has passed a measure that would protect high-fence hunting preserves currently operating in the state.
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Daisy Unveils New Archery/Crossbow Line

A name synonymous with involving youth in shooting sports, Daisy has jumped into the youth bow/crossbow manufacturing arena.
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Crawfish In Short Supply Thanks To Labor Issues

“We've survived freezes and floods and the BP oil spill,” Frank Randol says of the crawfish industry. “But this is a government-made disaster.”
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Pope & Young Executive Secretary Loses Battle With Cancer

It is with a heavy heart that Grand View Outdoors says goodbye to Pope & Young Executive Secretary Kevin Hisey. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kevin’s family.
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Newtown Families: Return Bushmaster Lawsuit To State Court

The families and Sandy Hook shooting survivor, Natalie Hammond, say Remington's Bushmaster AR-15 rifle is too deadly to sell to civilians.
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26 Mountain Lions Killed So Far In Black Hills Season

Wildlife officials in South Dakota report that 26 mountain lions have been killed so far during the hunting season in the Black Hills Fire Protection District.
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Moose Count Continuing Decline

Minnesota's annual moose survey finds a continuing decline in the animal so closely identified with the state's north woods.
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Sporting Clays Growing In Popularity

It's known as “golf with shotguns” to many, but to Ravenwood Sporting Clays owner J.D. Sadler, it's just plain fun.
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Michigan Senate Approves Bill Prohibiting Drones For Hunting

Michigan's Senate has approved two bills that would prohibit the use of drones by hunters and those seeking to interfere with hunting.
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ATF Uses AR Pistols To Justify Ban On 5.56 Ammo

In announcing a new ban on popular ‘green tip’ military surplus ammunition, the ATF is taking another run at the booming market for AR-style pistols.
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