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A LOCAL HUNTER SHARED A PHOTO ON SOCIAL MEDIA THIS WEEKEND, WHERE HE ACCIDENTALLY SHOT HIS FINGER OFF WHILE DOVE HUNTING. IT’S HUNTING SEASON IN OKLAHOMA, AND WHILE MANY PEOPLE WILL BE HEADING TO THE WOODS, THE PRESIDENT OF A LOCAL GUN CLUB SAID SAFETY SHOULD ALWAYS COME FIRST.WATERFOWL HUNTING HAS A REPUTATION FOR BEING EXPENSIVE, BUT HUNTERS DON’T NEED TO SHELL OUT TONS OF MONEY ON A BOAT OR A TRUCKLOAD OF WATERFOWL GEAR TO BE SUCCESSFUL. THAT’S ESPECIALLY TRUE IN A STATE WITH AS MUCH PUBLIC LAND AS IDAHO. JUMP SHOOTING IS A LOW-COST OPTION FOR PUBLIC LAND HUNTS, BUT IT IS NOT THE ONLY ONE. THE CLASSIC METHOD OF HUNTING OVER DECOYS IS A GOOD OPTION FOR PUBLIC LAND WATERFOWL HUNTERS.FOLKS IN MICHIGAN ARE PANICKING AND RUSHING TO STOCK UP ON GUNS ... AND IT'S NOT JUST 2ND AMENDMENT ENTHUSIASTS ... IT'S ALL SORTS OF FOLKS WHO ARE SCARED STIFF OVER THE PROSPECT OF VIOLENCE ON THE HEELS OF THE ELECTION. GUN AND AMMO STORES ACROSS MICHIGAN ARE SEEING A HUGE SURGE IN FOLKS TRYING TO BUY FIREARMS, AND IT BECAME ALL TOO REAL WHEN THEIR GOVERNOR BECAME THE TARGET OF A PLOT TO KIDNAP AND POSSIBLY KILL HER. BUT, THE REALITY IS ... TENSIONS HAVE BEEN BREWING ALL YEAR, AND PEOPLE ARE ARMING THEMSELVES.HEAD OF THE HARBOR OFFICIALS NY WILL NOT ENFORCE VILLAGE CODE PROHIBITING BOW AND ARROW USE AFTER AN APPEALS COURT STRUCK DOWN A SIMILAR PROHIBITION IN THE TOWN OF SMITHTOWN. OFFICIALS SAID THE COURT DECISION "CALLS INTO QUESTION THE VALIDITY" A SECTION OF CODE THAT LISTS BOWS AS FIREARMS, WHOSE USE IS LARGELY PROHIBITED WITHIN THE VILLAGE. ANOTHER SECTION OF CODE REGULATING HUNTING MAY ALSO HAVE TO BE REVISED BECAUSE IT "INCORRECTLY REFERENCES" NEW YORK STATE LAWS THAT BAN DISCHARGE OF BOWS AND FIREARMS NEAR BUILDINGS, ACCORDING TO AN ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE VILLAGE WEBSITE WRITTEN BY VILLAGE ATTORNEY ANTHONY GUARDINO.NEARLY HALF A MILLION FIREARMS DEER HUNTERS ARE PREPARING FOR THE FIREARMS DEER SEASON THAT OPENS SATURDAY, NOV. 7, AND OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND TIME OUTDOORS WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY, FIND ADVENTURE OUTDOORS AND PUT VENISON IN THE FREEZER. HUNTERS HELP KEEP DEER POPULATIONS IN LINE WITH POPULATION GOALS ACROSS THE STATE. MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES’ WILDLIFE MANAGERS REPORT FAVORABLE WEATHER SO FAR THIS YEAR AND GOOD OPPORTUNITIES TO HARVEST DEER IN MOST AREAS.

Commentary/Analysis Archive

Big Numbers

With millions more guns now on the streets of America, why has gun control become a fading issue for liberals? The FBI released its monthly numbers for September background checks, and the 2.89 million new checks push the 2020 total to 28.82 million. That’s a new annual record by almost half a million, and this...

COMMENTARY: Black on Black

Democrats are too stodgy to deal with real, non-political, problems but these guys aren’t Until the corona virus hit New York City early this year, the Big Apple was heralded by gun controllers as having the strictest gun control and least gun crime in the country. We suspect if that conversation got around to a...

COMMENTARY: Inalienable Truths: Defined

Guns are the solution, not the problem. When we don’t have guns, we have problems. By their very nature and presence, guns and the gun culture figure significantly into the solution to recent social upheavals. All-out efforts by anarchists and their lackeys in some local governments to reduce society to chaos have not resulted in...

COMMENTARY: Managing Our Own Destruction

Whether by stupidity or intention,  we must learn to manage our outdoor resources Over too many years we have engaged in the battle of outdoor conservation journalism.  That is, we have advocated for clean streams and rivers including those in which we fish, for professionally managed forests that see such massive acreage as wildlife habitat...

Biden’s Guns

Sleepy Joe found cause to celebrate another anniversary Presidential candidate Joe Biden often seems a little confused, and questions about his ability to think clearly or speak without the aid of a teleprompter continue to dog him as the campaign season heats up, but he’s not confused about his stance on guns. The former Vice...

COMMENTARY

Social breakdown What we know and how we knew it are borrowed thoughts from yesterday’s world. Now we have to deal with today’s version and it won’t be as pretty. The gun-buying frenzy when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out early this year has not subsided. Fears about the pandemic now seem to fade, replaced by angst...

Hold On There, Hopalong

Your gun or your life: Second thoughts always seem to get in the way of a pleasing solution Just because you own an AR or an AK doesn’t mean you’re ready to go to war.  There are a few obstacles in your way. In what seems like delicious produce growing in a backyard garden, more...

COMMENTARY – With All Guns Blazing the Dems Are Still Shooting Blanks

Another 3 million new gun owners await their chance to vote, too. This week’s popcorn pusher in Minneapolis and assorted other venues put heavy emphasis on proposed gun control when – and if – Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take over the White House-keeping chores in January. Without even the slightest mention of the continually...

COMMENTARY – The Short Route to President of the United States

Fooling most of the people some of the time Pamala, Kamala. Now that we’ve finally been schooled on how to pronounce Vice-President-in-Waiting Kamala Harris’ name, we can concentrate on other mistakes she allowed to happen as long as no one pressed her on the details. We’re going to give you the details, however, so you...

Commentary: Shall Not Be Substantially Burdened

Shall Not Be Substantially Burdened “Infringed” is now officially retired 2020 might be 100-year flood year for bad news, but there is bit of good news from the Left Coast that should bring smiles to the faces of gun owners across the nation. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals just ruled that California’s ban...

NY AG’s Impeccable Timing on the NRA

One of those unintended consequences just left the ballpark Roiling America’s gun owners is something gun controllers just love to do. The result usually evokes a backlash from LaPierre Central and Letitia James’ poking the NRA’s bear last week was no exception. It may not seem appropriate to thank God for James’ most recent attempt...

The Soul of Society

Why, as history has proven, peace may once again come from the barrel of a gun Right now, there is a tug-of-war over the soul of culture and society. On one side are traditionalists and on the other side are anarchists and other assorted subversives, all with the intention of ending the culture of freedom...

COMMENTARY: The New Normal

The run on guns makes bearing arms more like barely arms If you’ve been into your local gun shop lately, you’ve likely noticed that the shelves might be a bit bare. Guns are being sold at an amazing rate, over 3 million between March and June. While initially fueled by those concerned mostly about a...

COMMENTARY: On the Subject of Rights, Are We Sometimes Wrong?

As government officials continue to kowtow to protesters, criminals with guns are enjoying the show Among the potholes of daily life this summer, it seems we’ve hit a few that have generally gone unnoticed or, at least lacking for many reasons, unspoken. We have the right to protest, for example.  So what do we do?...

COMMENTARY: Stifling the Gun Control Movement

It’s not about rationing guns, it’s about rationing freedom Radical political majorities have had their day.  Unfortunately, that day wasn’t one last week when the Supreme Court of the United States put on hold the opportunity to clean up the litter of meals being fed to an unaware public under the labels of gun control,...

COMMENTARY: Supremes Balk

Is the gun weather changing? Going from ‘flying off the shelves’ to mostly cloudy? Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court balked when it could have considered any or all of a list of cases involving the Second Amendment. “The Supreme Court wasted little time Monday making clear its reluctance to wade back into the national...

COMMENTARY

A Knee to the Neck or a Bullet to the Head Which way would one choose to die; getting choked to death or with a shot to the brain? What it comes down to is how police disable an uncooperative subject in the process of being arrested. That’s one issue.  Another is a bit more...

Commentary: Mostly Peaceful Riots, Looting, and General Mayhem

When the means justify the ends, instead of the other way around,  America’s social future just may have a chance We aren’t even half-way through 2020 and it’s already been a humdinger. We started out with an impeachment, we witnessed a world war, we survived a pandemic, we forgot all about the murder hornets, and...

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