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USDA Sharpshooters Kill 156 Deer In Maryland Park

April 4, 2014
The National Park Service says government sharpshooters killed 156 white-tailed deer in the fifth year of a herd-reduction program at Catoctin Mountain Park near Thurmont.
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Couple Sued In Fire Caused By Squirrel Dinner Prep

April 4, 2014
Cooking a squirrel with a propane torch leads to apartment complex fire.
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Black Rain Ordnance To Build New York Compliant AR Rifle

April 4, 2014
The New York AR-15 and AR-10 ships with a special stock, a non-threaded muzzle and a new gas block without the "evil bayonet lug."
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Why Hunters Hunt: Majority Say It's For The Meat

April 3, 2014
Research shows most hunters are in it for the meat, not for trophies or sport alone.
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VIDEO: SilencerCo. Launches Longest Silencer Ever Made

April 1, 2014
The ability for sportsmen to hunt suppressed is gaining momentum nationwide. Now, SilencerCo. brings hunters and marksman alike — the Wizard Staff — available in. 22LR.
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Poll: 53 Percent Of Voters Don't Want More Gun Control

April 1, 2014
In yet another indication that more gun laws could be a political loser, a new poll released March 31 shows a strong majority of likely voters think stricter gun control is a bad idea, the highest level of skepticism toward firearms restrictions in two years.
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Deer Hunting News: Safety First, Iowa Harvest Down

April 1, 2014
Gun safety and treestand safety can never be emphasized enough.
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Prospects Appear Dim For Rhode Island Gun Control Measures

March 31, 2014
A renewed push to ban semi-automatic weapons and high-capacity magazines in Rhode Island is facing difficult political hurdles.
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Deadlines For Maine Moose Lottery Approach

March 31, 2014
This year the department says it will issue 4,085 permits for moose. Last year, 55,000 Mainers applied.
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Colorado Gun Laws Argued In Federal Court

March 31, 2014
The lawsuit filed by gun-rights advocates and Colorado sheriffs seeks to overturn legislation signed last year by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
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