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Aggressive moose to be hunted near Fairbanks

Injured, aggressive or nuisance moose near Fairbanks will be targeted for hunting under a rule approved by the Alaska Board of Game.
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Poll: Americans don't want 'smart guns'

Lawmakers proposing personalized handgun mandates will have a tough sell, survey finds.
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Snipe hunting is not just a hunting-season prank

For Duncan Russell, 14, of Brandon, snipe hunting is no joke. "Nobody really believes you until you go hunt and come back with them," Russell said.
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Five to go: VA overturns ban on Sunday hunting

Virginia was one of six states that banned hunting on Sundays due to 19th Century 'Blue Laws.'
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VIDEO: Olympian films wolf in Sochi hotel

Is this a wolf stalking Olympian Kate Hansen in a Sochi hotel hallway?
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Iowa deer harvest in 2013 falls below 100,000

The number of deer taken by hunters in Iowa last year fell below 100,000 for the first time since the mid-1990s.
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Legal killing of South Dakota young lions angers advocates

A national mountain lion protection organization is outraged that South Dakota hunters shot three young lions last week and had their kills deemed legal by the state.
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Severed bear head found on roof of North Carolina building

North Carolina wildlife officials are trying to determine why the severed head of a black bear was left on the rooftop of a building in downtown Elizabeth City.
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Miss. House eyes tax holiday for guns and hunting

Mississippians could be able to buy guns, bullets, all-terrain vehicles and boats without paying sales taxes for a couple days under a proposal moving forward in the House.
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Utah Senate approves youth hunter permit bill

Young Utah hunters may soon be able to get a hunting permit to accompany an adult hunter without first taking a training course.
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