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TSRA Weekly Sportsman
Jan. 28, 2009  
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Concealed Carry Permits Are Life Savers
from Human Events
The right to bear arms is more than a Constitutional right: every human being has the natural unalienable right to self-defense. The U.S. Constitution, the constitutions of 44 states, common law, and the laws of all 50 states recognize the right to use arms in self-defense. Right to carry laws respect the right to self-defense by allowing individuals to carry concealed firearms for their own protection. More

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Will Clinton’s Replacement Shift on Guns?
from the Times Union
Incoming U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., takes office this week amid criticism from gun control supporters, who say they are troubled by the National Rifle Association's endorsement and a stance favoring what she has called "hunters' rights." During two years in the House, Gillibrand has built only a short record on gun issues, but each of the votes placed her squarely on the side of gun rights. More

Stop Eric Holder
from Human Events
One sector of the American economy that is booming is the sale of guns and ammunition. I am pretty certain President Obama will not say anything positive about this economic news. More than one report that shows how the surge of civilian firepower sales began back when it appeared that Obama was likely to be elected. The already-brisk guns and ammo market blew up another 25 percent once he was elected. Reason: freedom lovers do not trust liberal President Obama. His nomination for Attorney General, Mr. Eric Holder, proves that distrust is justified. More

Video: Rifle Hunting Proposal Shot Down in Grayson County
from KXII-TV
In Austin last week, commissioners took aim at the question of whether or not to have a rifle season for deer in Grayson county. After a huge outcry from bow hunters at a meeting a few weeks ago, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department decided to go with the will of the people. So for now Grayson County will stay a haven for the bowhunter. More

Legislative Season Always has an Impact on Hunting and Fishing
from the Tyler Morning Telegraph
It is a different type of season for hunters and fishermen in Texas, one that fortunately only arrives every other year. During this four-month season, hunting and fishing leaves the fields and lakes and moves below the Capitol dome in Austin. More

Commentary: Deer Season Could See Some Big Changes
from the Houston Chronicle
With a handful of changes from the drafts outlined this past November, a major package of proposed changes in the state’s deer hunting rules was officially forwarded this past week. And it’s certainly not nickel-and-dime stuff; the changes proposed would impact almost every deer hunter in Texas. Some of the recommended changes — expanding antler restrictions on deer hunters in dozens of counties — are more restrictive than current rules. But the majority of the proposals — increasing deer bag limits; expanding antlerless deer harvest opportunities; adding counties to those having a muzzleloader-only season for bucks and antlerless deer; and increasing the number of days of the youth-only deer season — are much more liberal and add opportunity for hunters. More

Survey Offers Insights into 2008 Hunting Trends
from NRA Hunters Rights
HunterSurvey.com/TargetShootingSurvey.com conducts a monthly poll of sportsmen and women to monitor their outdoor activities, purchases and opinions. These surveys have become important tools in helping industry and media managers understand the trends affecting participation and sales in hunting and shooting. Here are some highlights from the 2008 surveys. More

 

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