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Califonia law takes effect on microstamping guns
The Sacramento Bee
A California law that requires all semi-automatic handguns to be equipped with technology that stamps its identifying information on bullet casings is now in effect after years of delays. Though signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2007, the law couldn't take effect as it was supposed to in 2010 because of patents on the technology, including at least one that had been bought up by a gun rights group to delay the law's implementation.
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Drawing completed for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat licenses
County 10
Wyoming's version of the lottery was held recently with 733 resident and nonresident hunters hitting the jackpot in the annual drawings for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat licenses. Game and Fish records show that 485 moose licenses were issued, 399 of which went to residents for overall drawing odds of 4.3 percent. Nonresidents received 86 licenses for a total drawing percentage of 5.9 percent.
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New Mexico seeks court ruling on bighorn sheep, ibex and oryx hunting license quotas
Las Cruces Sun-News
The New Mexico Game and Fish Department asked a federal court to lift a decades-old order preventing the agency from providing New Mexico residents with the majority of annual licenses to hunt bighorn sheep, ibex and oryx. The department wants the U.S. District Court to lift an injunction in place since 1977, when the court determined that New Mexico discriminated against out-of-state hunters by limiting licenses that would be issued to them for the three species.
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15 greatest lures for smallmouth bass
Outdoor Life
Finding bass can sometimes be the easiest part of the fishing equation. When getting them to eat becomes an effort in futility, keep these bronzeback bon bons in mind. Here is the lineup for the best smallmouth bass fishing lures ever made. Let us know in the comments section below if we left out your favorite smallie bait.
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Wi-Fi rifle lets amateurs hit targets from 1 kilometer away
Wired
A Texas company has begun shipping a rifle equipped with "fighter jet-style lock-and-launch technology" that allows amateurs to hit targets up to one kilometer away, every time. Any potential threats posed by Cody Wilson's 3-D printed gun pale in comparison to TrackingPoint's Precision-Guided Firearm, a series of three firearms that offer tracking ranges of 1,100 meters, 915 meters and 777 meters. "Even a novice shooter can become an elite long-range marksman in minutes, accurately and effectively engaging targets," boasts the company press release.
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1st time hunt program in Oregon guarantees big game tag for youth
The Sheridan Sun
Youth in Oregon must apply in the regular controlled hunt draw and not draw a tag. Once a youth draws a tag in a series, they are no longer eligible for the "First Time Hunt" program for that series. After failing to draw a tag, youth should apply for a guaranteed First Time Hunt from July 1 – Sept. 1. Fill out the application and submit to Licensing Division. Youth must choose a hunt that meets the minimum tag allocation. ODFW posts eligible hunts on the First Time Hunt page in late June of each year.
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1st time hunt program in Oregon guarantees big game tag for youth
The Sheridan Sun
Youth in Oregon must apply in the regular controlled hunt draw and not draw a tag. Once a youth draws a tag in a series, they are no longer eligible for the “First Time Hunt” program for that series.

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How the nontypical Texas archery record fell twice in one season
Field & Stream
Lighting struck twice in Texas last season when two hunters each tagged 250-class nontypical bucks. Both deer were contenders for the state record.

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Fishing stick worms for bass in the spring
Wired2Fish
Stick worms for bass are widely regarded as one of the most simple, yet effective ways to catch more fish.

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Little risk to population in late-day gobbler hunts
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The science behind afternoon spring gobbler hunting has little to do with gobblers. It's all about the hens. Traditional conservation theory held that by mid-May, morning breeding activity was waning and after noon hens were settled on their nests incubating eggs. Approaching hunters could frighten hens off the nests, leaving the unprotected eggs vulnerable to predation.
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Dems offer gun control bill inspired by latest James Bond movie 'Skyfall'
The Hill
A House Democrat inspired by the last James Bond movie has offered legislation to produce handguns with "personalization technology." The idea is to produce guns that can only be used by the gun's owners. Rep. John Tierney, D-Mass., cited the latest James Bond movie, "Skyfall," as inspiration for the bill.
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Police chief asks citizens for ammo, gets 1,500 round loan amid strong response
CNS News
As the "Great Ammunition Shortage" continues, police departments across the country are struggling to supply their arsenals. One police chief turned to the community for help, and citizens stepped up. In Proctor, Minn., police chief Walter Wobig says that his suppliers have told him he'll have to wait "months" for the 1,000 rounds he's requested.
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