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Missouri Elk Population Grows, But No Hunts Yet

Missouri's elk population is growing, but the state's conservation agency isn't quite ready to start issuing hunting permits for the herds.
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Hunting Of Bobcats Up To Outgoing Illinois Governor

While advocates say bobcats have become nuisances in some places, opponents question the science behind declaring them recovered and argue that bobcat hunting is all about trophies, not food.
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267 Bears Killed In New Jersey Hunt

Hunters killed 267 bears during New Jersey's annual black bear hunt this year, an increase of 16 from last year.
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Nevada Women Enter Male-Dominated Gun Industry

Gun Play Vegas aims to create a safe and relaxed environment for people of all backgrounds to learn how to shoot and care for their weaponry.
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VIDEO: Gun Range Offers Photos With Santa

It's Christmas card time and a Georgia gun range has the perfect template for the firearm fan.
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Poll Shows Wide Support For Gun Rights

Pew Research Center says support for gun control drops as more blacks, women think firearms protect against crime.
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Simple Goal Of Pheasant Summit: How To Get More Birds

Minnesota's pheasant population has been on a long-term decline. Gov. Mark Dayton is hoping the first Minnesota Pheasant Summit can change that.
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Illinois Deer Hunters Increase Harvest 3 Percent

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources say deer hunters harvested about 76,500 deer during the seven-day traditional firearm season.
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Decision Opens Grand Teton Private Land To Hunting

Wildlife on private land within Grand Teton National Park is now under jurisdiction of the state of Wyoming and can be hunted, the National Park Service decided.
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Missouri Judges Question Felon's Claim To Guns

A measure voters put in place makes gun-control restrictions subject to strict legal scrutiny, but adds that it shouldn't be construed to prevent laws limiting the gun rights of "convicted violent felons."
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