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Maine researchers find bear den 15 high in tree

Most bears tend to hibernate in hollow logs, underground dens or even tree stumps. But Unity College researchers have found a high-flying bear.
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Bowhunters to shoot Asian carp on Illinois River

Bowhunters are being invited to shoot as many Asian carp as possible in a competition planned for July on the Illinois River in central Illinois.
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Bolt action guns are making a comeback

Savage's new Axis II XP with polymer stock carries a working man’s retail price of only $489. Sold as a package at this price, a 3-9x40mm Weaver scope, factory mounted and bore sighted, is included.
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Citadel M1-9mm Carbine

At last year's SHOT Show, Citadel noted that they were working on a 9mm M1 Carbine replica. At this year's show, they're showing it and announced that it will be available in mid-February.
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VIDEO: The aerial dogfight of falcons

Researchers placed cameras on falcons to study how these raptors engage aerial attacks to pursue their prey.
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VIDEO: Rhino hunter becomes the hunted

"It's because I have people threatening to kill me right now. I'm having to talk to the FBI and have private security to keep my children from being skinned alive and shot at."
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VIDEO: A less invasive 1911

Now there's a less invasive option for 1911 shooters to give their guns the rails they need for optical add-ons.
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Group offers duck hunts to wounded vets

Helping kids and veterans find solace from inside a waterfowl blind has been Jason Baker's passion for the past four or five years.
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Awakening to half the population

Hunting and shooting have traditionally been male activities, but that is changing.
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The IRIS warns hunters if their gun is aimed at a person

Dubbed the IRIS, it is the world's first active safety alert system designed to prevent hunters being mistaken for game and shot.
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