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Hunting lease etiquette and expectations
The Eagle
Farmers and ranchers respect and protect their land in ways that might be lost to more urban oriented city folks. It is not as clear as it once was when it comes to good manners and etiquette in the sport of hunting or in dealing with landowners and hunters (people) in general.
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The newest online hunters safety course
Midland Daily News
Hunter Ed Course is the new and improved online hunter education course that is now available at HunterEdCourse.com. The new Hunter Ed Course features concise easy-to-learn content that uses photos, animations and interactive exercises to improve the learning process for hunter education.
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The best concealed carry states in 2013
Guns & Ammo
After ranking the Best States for Gun Owners in 2013, we're back to rank the Best Concealed Carry States. Since federal law specifically addressing the issuance of concealed carry licenses does not yet exist in the U.S., individual states are left with the task of regulating concealed carry laws within their own borders.
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Why should we care about 3-D gun printing?
Shooting Times
It seems anytime a new firearm technology hits the market, certain people line up with a host of terrifying reasons to ban it. Remember when Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., suggested a ban on the importation of Glocks because they'd slip through metal detectors? Obviously that's not true, given the Glock's metal springs, firing pin, steel slide and barrel. However, using similar logic, Schumer has found a new, recently invented target — 3-D printed guns.
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UZI PRO Pistols have arrived in the US
Gun Reports
The UZI PRO semi-auto pistol designed for the American consumer market is now available. The $1,100 UZI PRO UPP9S semi-auto pistol is based on the UZI sub-machine gun, designed and patented by Uziel Gal, who gave the production rights to the Israeli Ministry of Defense. IWI US Inc., a subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries, imports the firearm domestically.
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LaserLyte compact Trigger Tyme pistol offers concealed carry training anytime, anyplace
Gun Reports
LaserLyte has introduced a compact version of the company's full-size Trigger Tyme training pistol. The subcompact size is about the same size as the S&W Shield and the Springfield Armory XD-S single-stack 9mm pistols. The size of the new Trigger Tyme pistol is being marketed to individuals with a smaller grip, youths or individuals practicing concealed carry skills. The Trigger Tyme pistol helps to train proper gun safety, sight alignment and trigger control.
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Hunting accidents can happen, but are often preventable
InForum
It's a safe assumption that few hunters ever leave home thinking, "I just might end up in a hunting accident today." That's no different than a farmer doing field work or a family just going for a Sunday drive. We seldom assume the worst, but we also buckle our seat belt and hook up safety chains. It's just common sense. It should be with hunting as well. "It can't happen to me," is not the best attitude to bring to the field.
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The best concealed carry states in 2013
Guns & Ammo
After ranking the Best States for Gun Owners in 2013, we're back to rank the Best Concealed Carry States.

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Is the Obama administration the cause of gun ammunition shortages?
Forbes
The reason for the ammunition shortage should be obvious. After all, with gun sales continuing to break records all those people buying semiautomatic rifles and handguns need a lot of ammunition.

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Texas concealed handgun license murder rates
Ammo Land
Texas is one of the few states that tracks crimes committed by concealed carry weapon permit holders.

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Dallas Safari Club's auction of black rhino hunt draws praise, criticism
Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Safari Club has created an international debate over its plans to auction a hunt for a black rhinoceros, a species listed as endangered by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. Wildlife experts estimate about 5,000 black rhinos roam the wilds of Africa, 1,795 of them in Namibia, where the auction hunt will be. The Convention on International Trade has approved a sport-hunting quota of five black rhinos annually in Namibia and five in South Africa. Permits are typically issued to a safari outfitter, who sells them to hunting clients.
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TSRA membership and Legislative Alerts
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Texas State Rifle Association

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