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Exotic animal hunts are here
Amarillo Globe-News
Amarilloan Tim Mooring stalked quietly through the sandy terrain and said, "Man, it is perfect out here this morning." Mooring was joined by Erik Kirkpatrick, Coty Jewell, Toby Risko and Toby Tucker on a Corsican ram hunt near Childress. With the major hunting seasons such as deer, waterfowl and quail all ending, the opportunity to harvest a nice ram was intriguing. The availability of exotics animals has reached the Texas Panhandle.
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Serbu Firearms refuses to sell .50 cal sniper rifles to NYPD
Guns.com
Serbu Firearms, a manufacturer of bolt-action and semi-automatic .50 caliber sniper rifles, is refusing to sell their wares to the NYPD. Their reason, of course, is that owing to unfair gun laws, they will not support law enforcement in New York. Serbu is one of almost 150 companies that has officially refused to sell to law enforcement in New York following the passage of the SAFE Act, the controversial gun control package that has been met with scorn by gun owners across the nation. The company posted the NYPD's inquiry as well as their refusal to their Facebook page, with names omitted.
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South Dakota buyer gets bighorn ram permit for $102,000
Rapid City Journal
An anonymous South Dakota hunter has purchased one of three highly-sought Black Hills bighorn sheep tags for $102,000 in an auction to raise money for bighorn sheep management. John Kanta, regional wildlife manager for the state Game, Fish & Parks Department in Rapid City, S.D., said from Minneapolis, Minn., that a South Dakotan was the high-bidder in an auction through the Wild Sheep Foundation.
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Where have the quail gone?
San Angelo Standard-Times
Biologists, hunters, landowners and naturalist have been asking the same question for the past several years, where have the quail gone? Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologists along with Dr. Dale Rollins, professor of Wildlife Management at Texas A & M University are both leaders in the quest to determine why Texas quail are on a decline. But, they have yet to say the mystery is solved.
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Reid to bring gun bill to floor with expanded background checks
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., will bring gun control legislation to the floor that includes a controversial expansion of background checks for private firearm sales. Reid said he would begin the process of bringing legislation to the floor for consideration in April. "Later tonight, I will start the process of bringing a bill to reduce gun violence to the Senate floor. This bill will include the provisions on background checks, school safety and gun trafficking reported by the Judiciary Committee," Reid said.
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Best dog breeds for every game animal
Outdoor Life
Discussing the best breed of hunting dog for various game is kind of like arguing whether a Chevy or Ford is better. But, we're going to take a crack at putting some definition to the hunting dogs discussion. While many breeds can be hunted on several species of quarry, we're going to only use a breed of hunting dog once — forcing us to choose wisely which breed we'd want if pursuing that animal. Hopefully this allows us to cover a wide range of breeds and gives you a better idea of the strengths of each dog. So, use our hunting dog guide for picking out your next pup and let the debate begin.
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Exotic animal hunts are here
Amarillo Globe-News
Amarilloan Tim Mooring stalked quietly through the sandy terrain and said:“Man, it is perfect out here this morning.”

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Hunter wins damaged lion case
IOL News
An American hunter has won compensation after the carcass of a lion he killed in South Africa was damaged during transportation, the Sunday Times reports.

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Colorado high-capacity mag ban might ban almost all mags
Hot Air
Colorado's now nationally famous "high capacity" magazine ban could end up being much more widespread than anticipated according to lawmakers.

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Federal PUPS bill a threat to sporting dog owners
Ammo Land
Animal rights organizations are once again pushing federal legislation that would greatly expand the number of dog owners regulated under the federal Animal Welfare Act. The bills H.R. 847, sponsored by Reps. James Gerlach, R-Pa. and Lois Capps, D-Calif. and S. 395, sponsored by Sens. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., and David Vitter, R-La., are more commonly known as PUPS — the Puppy Uniform Protection and Safety Act. These bills would regulate dog owners who sell more than 50 dogs in a year.
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Best states for gun owners in 2013
Guns & Ammo
These days, it's becoming more difficult for gun owners across the country to find safe haven, as the powers that be on both federal and state levels begin introducing a quagmire of anti-gun legislation hindering the rights of law-abiding citizens. States like Illinois are notorious for their anti-gun agendas, while states like Texas are viewed as a sort of shooters' paradise.
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Alberta mule deer with crazy rack
Outdoor Life
Justin Eckert shot a "droop-tine" buck while bowhunting southern Alberta last October. Even though this was far from the biggest buck in the area, he had his sights set on the deer (nicked named the Brahma buck because its ears hung low like a Brahma bull) all season because of its unique rack. Here's the story behind his hunt and the theory on how this buck's rack came to be.
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