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VIDEO: Introducing the 25-45 round from Sharps

During the range day at this year's SHOT Show in Las Vegas, we had the chance to get an up close and personal look at a brand new round designed to turn your AR (or even a bolt gun) into a great all-around hunting gun for medium-sized game.
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VIDEO: Seal crashes a duck hunt

A couple of duck hunters off Cape Cod were enjoying a morning in layout boats, floating among their decoys waiting for some sea ducks to come in, when one hunter got a big surprise — a seal climbed right into his lap.
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VIDEO: Albino whitetail buck sheds its antlers on film

Ever seen a deer actually shed its antlers? Maybe you've been that fortunate (we haven't), but we bet you haven't seen an albino shed his antlers! Until now, that is. Check out this footage captured in Wisconsin.
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VIDEO: Snowboarders follow moose down mountain, get fined

Action sports fans and athletes are a little more on the wild side than the rest of us. Would follow or chase a moose down a mountain on your snowboard? Keep in mind there may be a fine involved.
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The mysterious Bullwinkle Deer

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) reports that they've been seeing these "bullwinkle deer" since the mid-2000s, and blame this phenomenon on a bacterial infection.
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Nebraska lawmaker wants to ban mountain lion hunting

Nebraska's longest-serving state lawmaker is proposing a ban on mountain lion hunting.
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VIDEO: Bigfoot hunted and killed near San Antonio

Hunters, what do you think of Rick Dyer's claim that he found Bigfoot? He has pictures of his kill this time around.
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VIDEO: Wild hog charges hunter

This is a reminder to always be prepared when hunting wild hogs. You never know when they will charge right towards your position.
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Russian wild boar shot by Pennsylvania homeowner

The Pennsylvania Game Commission says a Russian wild boar was shot by a homeowner.
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Inbreeding found in S. California mountain lions

Three mountain lion kittens born last month in the Santa Monica Mountains were inbred, a wildlife expert said, marking a troubling sign for a population penned in by the urban sprawl of metropolitan Los Angeles.
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