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Pennsylvania finds latest case of deer with deadly disease

January 3, 2014
The Pennsylvania Game Commission says it's detected chronic wasting disease in a white-tailed deer for the first time in a year.
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Magpul Dynamics ditches Colorado, moves to Texas and Wyoming

January 3, 2014
Magpul is best known for its P-Mag magazines designed for AR15-style rifles. The lightweight but tough polymer magazines are popular with U.S. military troops, law enforcement officers and civilian shooters.
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Charleston urban deer hunt sets record

January 3, 2014
Charleston's ninth urban deer hunt set a record with at least 100 deer killed.
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Delaware officials adopt coyote hunting rules

January 3, 2014
New regulations established by the Division of Wildlife allow for coyote hunting from Sept. 1 through the end of February.
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Ouachita Parish wildlife area expands

January 2, 2014
Hunters, birdwatchers and hikers in northeastern Louisiana have more public places to roam after a nearly 3,000-acre expansion of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries' Ouachita Wildlife Management Area.
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Study: West Virginia has nation's highest ATV death rate

January 2, 2014
A new study says West Virginia has the nation's highest rate of fatal all-terrain vehicle accidents.
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Food bank finds more bang for these bucks

January 2, 2014
At the intersection of Texas hunters and hungry Texans is a possible solution to two problems that plague the state: a massive deer population and an increasing demand for food assistance to the needy.
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14 bears killed in Nevada's 3rd bear hunt

January 2, 2014
Nevada's third black bear hunting season is in the books.
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Mossberg offers 'Duck Commander' series of shotguns and rifles

January 2, 2014
The Robertson family is sticking with its waterfowl and varmint shooting traditions by teaming with Mossberg & Sons to offer a series of 11 rifles and shotguns.
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Illinois tells PETA no on using drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen

January 2, 2014
PETA was launching an effort to use drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen but a new Illinois law tells PETA to leave sportsmen alone.
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