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AK-47: Made In America?

In a surprising move, Russian AK-maker Kalashnikov is looking to plant its flag in the United States, establishing a manufacturing facility here to make the iconic AK-47 rifle.
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VIDEO: Wolf On Dog Attacks Increase

Wildlife experts say wolves have killed or seriously injured six dogs in Wisconsin this month.
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McMinn Promoted To Vice President Of Sales For GSM

GSM announces the promotion of Gordon McMinn to vice president of sales.
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San Jose Makes Permanent Measure Allowing Shooting Of Pigs

San Jose council members have made permanent a measure that allows the shooting of wild pigs that have become a nuisance by ripping up lawns and golf course fairways.
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Texas Hog Hunter Becomes Pig Lover Thanks To Unexpected Pet

“I didn't want to make him a circus pet and teach him all these tricks,” Courtney Taylor said. “All he wants is some water and some mud, and he's happy.”
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Bill Proposes Guns To Be Taken From 'Extreme Risk' People

The bill, to be introduced in both the state House and Senate, would enable judges to prevent a person from having any firearms or a concealed-pistol license for a year after a hearing for an “extreme risk protective order” based on recent behavior.
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Permanent Deer Stands On State, County Land In Question

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has proposed tightening restrictions on the permanent stands for a couple of reasons.
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2 More Cases Of Deadly Deer Disease In Missouri

The Missouri Department of Conservation reported that a Macon County adult buck and an adult doe in Adair County tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
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Bushnell Contributes More Than $360,000 To Folds Of Honor

Bushnell, an industry leader in high-performance sports optics and outdoor accessories for more than 65 years, has announced its 2014 contributions to the Folds of Honor Foundation totaled $364,500.
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Hunters Voice Frustration Over Low Numbers Of Bagged deer

Ohio hunters say they're frustrated by a drop in the number of deer being bagged this hunting season.
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