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DNR: 2 men to be charged with illegal bear buys

Two men from Midland have been arrested on charges of illegally buying Michigan black bears and bear parts.
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Using silencers to hunt game will be legal in Alabama

Rifle hunting in Alabama is on its way to becoming much quieter.
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California gun store bails on 'smart gun' after complaints

Gun owners worry the store's sales could trigger mandates to replace all pistols with technology many believe is unproven and dangerous.
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Youth archery competition planned for Porcupine, South Dakota

Students from across South Dakota will gather March 15 to compete in an archery tournament co-sponsored by the Shannon County School District and the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department.
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Test confirms 2nd Maryland deer with wasting disease

The Department of Natural Resources says a second deer harvested in western Maryland has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
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Cougar sought after Southern California pet killed

Southern California authorities are searching for a mountain lion that killed a family pet in the backyard of a foothills home.
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Maine signs off on bear baiting referendum petitions

Maine election officials say supporters of a proposal to end bear baiting have surpassed the threshold necessary to put the initiative on the fall ballot.
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Near record number of deer taken in Arkansas

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission reports a near record number of deer were taken during the 2013-14 deer hunting season.
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Wildlife agency balances desires of deer hunters

There was a time when it was rare for someone to kill a buck, and the greatest sin a deer hunter could commit was to shoot a doe. Now, as a general rule, hunters can't shoot enough does and we are debating issues such as buck limits and antler restrictions.
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Facebook vows to crack down on gun sale posts

After pressure from anti-gun groups, the popular social media networks Facebook and Instagram announced they planned to restrict content they say promotes the illegal sale of firearms.
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