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10 gun bills filed the 1st week of 2013 Congress
Ammo Land    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Members of the 113th Congress introduced 10 bills relating to gun violence, most of which came from Democrats seeking new restrictions on gun ownership. The flurry of legislative proposals show that members are likely to push the issue in the wake of the December shooting at a Connecticut elementary school that left 20 children dead. More



Michigan bobcat hunting season is under way
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The season bag limit for bobcat is two per person. Only one bobcat may be taken from units C or D combined; only one may be taken from unit B. All those who hunt and trap furbearing animals, including those who trap or hunt on their own enclosed farmland or private property, must have a valid fur harvester license. This license allows the license-holder to hunt fox, bobcat, coyote or raccoon and trap badger, bobcat, fisher, marten, fox, coyote, weasel, mink, raccoon, muskrat, beaver, otter, skunk or opossum. More

Interactive app allows elk hunters to gauge their shots
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A new interactive app available to iPhone and iPad users allows hunters to gauge a shot's accuracy by navigating 360 degrees around — and within — a virtual elk. The Lethal Shot hunting app, designed by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, presents a three-dimensional image of an elk's anatomy, revealing vital organs that can help determine a shot's effectiveness. More

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Hunter takes 2 trophy bucks in short order
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Georgia's deer season comes to a close soon — Jan. 15 to be exact. It has been an excellent harvest year for some, while others have been left scratching their heads and wondering where the deer were hiding. Call it Mother Nature's way of balancing things. For Randy Davis of Wilmington Island, it has been a season to remember and one that most deer hunters can only dream will happen — bagging two trophy bucks within seconds of each other. More

Big ticket predator hunting
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Have you ever wondered what it might cost to travel the world in search of predators big and small, but mostly big? The annual Dallas Safari Club convention is a major mall of shopping opportunities for hunters seeking claws and fangs on a global scale. Here's a sample of 2013 offerings. More

Some hunters finding good numbers of birds
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After last week's report stating freezing temperatures up North were sending ducks winging south into Texas, several readers in the Lone Star state chimed in to say they were waiting, maybe not so patiently, for birds to show up. Thus is the nature of a late and spotty migration. Hunters on one side of the road can be into birds, while nearby waterfowlers watch empty skies and wait. Still, as duck numbers up in the North continue to decrease in direct proportion to the amount of ice on area lakes, hunters down south should continue to see more birds. More

Local hunter harvests 11 different animals, including wildebeest, warthog and zebra
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Reverse psychology works wonders when hunting black wildebeests in Africa. Dick Hohstadt, a Union County outdoorsman, knows this firsthand. Almost five years ago Hohstadt was with a guide and trackers sneaking up on a herd of black wildebeests in Namibia. The wildebeests had seen the group and were noticeably nervous. More

Brant goose hunters may be in store for good year
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Hunters will aim to the skies in what could be a decent local brant goose season. Hunting in Skagit County, Wash., begins Jan. 12, 13, 16, 19-20, 23 and 26-27 with a two-brant daily limit. The hunting season was approved after an aerial survey counted 8,960 birds in Fidalgo, Padilla and Samish bays. About 2,000 more were counted in Whatcom County. More


 

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