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TSRA Weekly Sportsman
Jan. 7, 2009  
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Anti-Gun Group Sues to Stop Concealed Weapons in Federal Parks
from FOX News
An anti-gun group is suing to stop a last-second Bush administration change that would allow Americans to carry concealed, loaded guns in most national parks and wildlife refuges. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence sued the Interior Department in federal court last week. They want a federal judge to stop the elimination of a 25-year-old federal rule severely restricting loaded guns in national parks. More

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Permit-holding Gun Owners Don’t Threaten Parks
from the Redding Record Searchlight
Nobody could expect gun-control advocates to like rules that make it easier to carry concealed weapons. It's just not in their DNA. But the reaction by some opponents of a U.S. Interior Department rule allowing concealed-weapons permit holders to carry in national parks is just out of touch with reality. More

2008 Year in Review for Second Amendment Advocates
from NRA News via the Hawaii Reporter
Here are some of the top stories we brought you in the NRA-ILA Grassroots Alert in 2008. With what will no doubt be a very busy 2009, we must redouble our efforts to ensure we are prepared to meet the opportunities and challenges we will face next year. We will continue to provide you with information in future Alerts to ensure our mutual success. More

Building a Hunting Memory
from 2theadvocate
Baton Rouge hunter Wayne Blackwell had tears in his eyes last spring when he described the effects the state’s expanded approach to getting more physically challenged hunters afield. His plea to the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission continued his long-standing effort to keep the program moving forward. Blackwell is a wheelchair-bound outdoorsman, and he couldn’t have known months ago that his work -- and that of state wildlife managers and so many others -- would have abundant rewards. More

   Product Showcase: The Prestige

The Prestige is part of McMillan’s Custom Collection, a new line of custom hunting rifles based on the premise that superior technology builds a superior rifle. The Prestige uses Express sights and an integral rib and barrel band machined into the barrel to give the Prestige the classic lines of an African rifle. More info


Anti-gun Politics Detrimental to Wildlife Conservation Efforts
from the Las Vegas Review-Journal
As the new year dawns, America's sportsmen and the wildlife resources we treasure face an uncertain future. Sportsmen face two primary issues. On one hand is our collective concern for the future of the constitutional right to own the firearms we use for hunting and personal protection. On the other is concern for the future of wildlife and wild places. Public access to those wild places is as much of an issue as protecting them. What most people don't understand is the vast majority of funding for wildlife and wild places is tied to personal firearms ownership. More

Fear of the Dark
from Shooting Illustrated
Metal gods Iron Maiden summed up the way many of us feel when we are awakened in the middle of the night. An instinctive, primal, fear of the dark seems to affect us all to varying degrees. The best way to confront this fear is to eliminate it through technology, no matter what your shrink says. Thankfully, many of us already own the most important item needed to make the dark fear us, an AR-15. More

Eric Clapton: 'Shooting Helps Social Skills'
from Contact Music
Rocker Eric Clapton is a fan of shooting trips in the countryside - because the outings help him bond with like-minded people. The star is the co-owner of London shop Cordings, a supplier of hunting and fishing supplies, and admits he often indulges in trips to bag game. And Clapton is adamant he has learned a lot from his favorite pastime. More

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Video: 60 Seconds in the National Firearms Museum
from NRA Hunters Rights
The favorite hunting rifle of President Theodore Roosevelt was a Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle in .405 caliber. It was this rifle that accompanied the former commander in chief on a 1910 safari in Africa, as well as Roosevelt’s 1915 expedition to Brazil to find the source of the Amazon River. Roosevelt used his .405 to hunt moose, bear and elk stateside, too. Join National Firearms Museum senior curator Phil Schreier as he takes a look at the gun that Roosevelt dubbed, "Big Medicine for Lions." Roosevelt’s Model 1895 is on display everyday in the Beretta Gallery of the National Firearms Museum. More

 

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