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New Virginia Full Online Hunter Ed Course ideal for new turkey hunters
PRWeb
Virginia Turkey season starts April 12 so now is the time for new hunters to take their Virginia required hunter education. Turkey hunting is a great first hunt and with the new Hunter Ed Course Virginia Full Online Hunter Safety Course a Virginia resident, 18 years of age or older, can take their course quickly and easily so they are ready for opening day.
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Virginia coyote hunters cash in on predators-for-profit deal
The News & Advance
Since they were children, Kyle Crickenberger and Alex Poole have been avid deer and turkey hunters, chasing the thrill of the kill in the woods of Central Virginia. In recent years, the attention of the two-legged predators has turned to four-legged predators: coyotes, foxes and bobcats. Crickenberger gladly hunts on his own dime, but his coyote quarry netted him a $200 prize recently.
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Mark Witaschek takes the stand in DC shotgun shell trial
The Washington Times
The D.C. government is treating the case of a businessman possessing ammunition without a gun like the great murder trial of 2014. The city has spent almost two years and countless resources prosecuting Mark Witaschek for having a single shotgun shell and muzzleloader bullets. His trial, which began in November, hit an all-time low for absurdity.
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Browning Superposed and Citori Shotguns: A tradition of innovation meets an innovation of tradition
Guns.com
With over 120 of the world's most innovative firearms patents to his credit, you may find it almost poetic that John Moses Browning's last invention was a double-barreled shotgun, the Browning superposed. Well, "innovations" aside, this traditional over and under scattergun is considered by many wingshooters and sporting clay hobbyists to be just about one of his best ideas.
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Exclusive — shock verdict — Mark Witaschek guilty of possessing muzzleloader bullets in DC
The Washington Times
In a surprising twist at the end of a long trial, a District of Columbia judge found Mark Witaschek guilty of "attempted possession of unlawful ammunition" for antique replica muzzleloader bullets. Judge Robert Morin sentenced Mr. Witaschek to time served, a $50 fine and required him to enroll with the Metropolitan Police Department's firearm offenders' registry within 48 hours.
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Politicians are unanimous when it comes to pandering
Sall Not Be Questioned
Joe Huffman notes that the Idaho bill to nullify any future federal gun laws passed unanimously, while the bill to institute campus carry was far from so: The reality is the law has no practical meaning. It has political meaning. It means that legislators that are, for all practical purposes, anti-gun can use it as defense against opponents who confront them on their anti-gun votes. "Look what I voted for. You can't get any more pro-gun that this."
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Politicians are unanimous when it comes to pandering
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Joe Huffman notes that the Idaho bill to nullify any future federal gun laws passed unanimously, while the bill to institute campus carry was far from so.

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Gov. McAuliffe uses 1st veto on 'guns in cars' bill
The Virginian-Pilot
Gov. Terry McAuliffe's first use of the veto pen — on a gun rights bill he previously sought to weaken with an amendment — is more symbolic than substantive.

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9-year-old 2nd Amendment defender goes viral
The Save Jersey Blog
The inspiring story of 9-year-old competitive shooter Shyanne Roberts which Save Jersey took viral recently continues to make waves across New Jersey and the fruited planes, Save Jerseyans.

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Wayne LaPierre: purchase + possession = liberty restored
The Daily Caller
In the face of repeated federal court decisions decisively blocking the City of Chicago's ongoing denial of full Second Amendment protections to its beleaguered residents, Mayor Rahm Emanuel nonetheless remains determined to undermine individual liberty through subterfuge.
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Colonial Shooting Academy expanding to Virginia Beach
WWBT-TV
Colonial Shooting Academy is opening a second location in Virginia Beach. Operators say the expansion is due to a growing interest in firearms and training. Whether learning to shoot for self defense, an experienced hunter, or a law officer, more people are training at Colonial Shooting Academy. "If you come in as beginning shooter for the first time, you'll watch a safety video," said CEO Steve Satterwhite. "We'll make sure you understand how to be safe on the range."
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