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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.

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WA – COURTS – Victory for gun rights advocates challenging Seattle’s safe storage law

MY NORTHWEST.COM – October 19, 2020 – Gun rights advocates are celebrating after a lawsuit challenging Seattle’s safe storage law got new life in an state appeals court decision Monday. It’s been over two years since Seattle passed its safe storage law requiring gun owners to safely store their firearms or face fines up to $10,000 should they fall into the…

OK – HUNTING – Gun and hunting safety as Oklahomans head to the woods for hunting season (VIDEO)

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.

ID – HUNTING – Get your ducks in a row

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.

MI – RETAILERS – Huge Spike In Gun Sales In Michigan

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.

NY – HUNTING – Village in Smithtown will not enforce bow hunting law

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.

MN – HUNTING – What Minnesota deer hunters can expect this season

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.

NAT’L – SELF-PROTECTION – Law Professors Make Case for Second Amendment Rights in Uncertain Times

Americans have made clear that they value their Second Amendment rights, especially during uncertain times. Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic and then widespread civil unrest, Americans have bought firearms in record numbers. Now a trio of law professors from the George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law have released articles that highlight the importance of the right to armed self-defense during tumultuous periods and explain how the history of the…

CA – RETAILERS – More than 100,000 Californians have bought a gun in response to Covid-19 crisis, report finds

More than a hundred thousand Californians have bought a gun since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, a new report has found, in a surge of gun sales that has experts worried about the risk of suicide and deadly instances of domestic violence. Researchers at the University of California, Davis, found that 110,000 people in California purchased a firearm in direct response to the coronavirus. About 47,000 of the buyers were first-time gun…

NAT’L – INDUSTRY INSIDER – Weapons Manufacturers Secured $164M In PPP Funds Despite Booming Gun and Ammo Sales

ACCOUNTABLE.US October 19, 2020 – A new analysis from government watchdog Accountable.US found that weapons manufacturers secured up to $164 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds despite a spike in gun sales during the pandemic. These gun companies received taxpayer-funded relief meant for struggling small businesses following an aggressive lobbying effort from the industry on the CARES Act. Nineteen Senators wrote a letter to the Treasury Department to ensure gun companies would…

CA – GUN RIGHTS – Pro-Second Amendment judge overseeing third gun rights case this week, gun control groups cry foul

FOX NEWS.COM October 19, 2020 – Judge Roger Benitez has twice ruled in favor of gun rights: in a case that challenged California’s ban of high-capacity magazines, and another case mandating background checks for buying ammunition, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

On Monday, he will oversee a case challenging several state laws regulating and defining assault weapons. He is overseeing another case…

CA – GUN CONTROL – Study: 110,000 Californians Bought Guns During Pandemic; Fear of ‘Lawlessness’ Most Common Reason

A NEW STUDY REVEALS THAT 110,000 CALIFORNIANS BOUGHT GUNS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, 43% FOR THE FIRST TIME — AND THE MOST COMMON REASON GIVEN WAS FEAR OF “LAWLESSNESS.” THE STUDY, CARRIED OUT BY THE VIOLENCE PREVENTION RESEARCH PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS, CASTS FIREARM PURCHASES AS A RESPONSE TO THE “PANDEMIC,” AND CONCLUDES THAT COVID-19 “EXACERBATED PERSISTENT STRUCTURAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL INEQUITIES IN THE CONDITIONS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO VIOLENCE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.”

NAT’L – GUN POLITICS – Biden’s poll lead boosts shares of gun manufacturers

SHARES OF GUN MAKERS HAVE BEEN SURGING AS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE JOE BIDEN WHO VOWED TO INCREASE GUN REGULATION WIDENED HIS LEAD IN THE POLLS AGAINST PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SINCE THEIR DEBATE. SMITH & WESSON’S STOCK IS UP 135 PERCENT THIS YEAR, WHILE STURM RUGER HAS GAINED 51 PERCENT. SHARES OF BOTH JUMPED AROUND 8 PERCENT SINCE LATE SEPTEMBER. THE POLICIES OF BIDEN AND RUNNING MATE KAMALA HARRIS INCLUDE PROHIBITING THE SALE OF MILITARY-STYLE RIFLES AND HIGH-CAPACITY MAGAZINES AND REQUIRING OWNERS OF MILITARY-STYLE WEAPONS TO EITHER REGISTER OR SELL THEM TO THE GOVERNMENT.

MT – SELF-PROTECTION – Voters consider concealed carry ballot measure; referendum concerns school officials

A MEASURE ON THE NOVEMBER BALLOT WOULD STRIP LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN MONTANA OF THE POWER TO REGULATE CONCEALED FIREARMS, EXCEPT IN PUBLICLY OWNED AND OCCUPIED BUILDINGS WITHIN THEIR JURISDICTIONS. SOME SCHOOL OFFICIALS WORRY THE MEASURE WOULD HINDER THEIR ABILITY TO PREVENT PEOPLE FROM OPENLY CARRYING GUNS ON SCHOOL CAMPUSES.

NE – HUNTING – 30 plead guilty so far in largest poaching case in Nebraska history

THE HUNTERS CAME FROM AT LEAST 21 STATES TO THE DEEP-CUT CANYONS AND SAND HILLS OF NEBRASKA TO BAG TROPHIES FOR THEIR WALLS BACK HOME. MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE FROM STATES LIKE NEW YORK, WISCONSIN, VIRGINIA AND UTAH PAID $2,500 TO $7,000 TO TAKE AIM AT BIG BUCKS, PRONGHORN ANTELOPES AND TURKEYS, ALL WITH THE HELP OF HIDDEN HILLS OUTFITTERS NEAR BROKEN BOW. BUT THEY WEREN’T REALLY BIG GAME HUNTERS. THEY WERE POACHERS — USING BAIT, SPOTLIGHTS AT NIGHT AND OTHER ILLEGAL TACTICS TO GUARANTEE THEIR SUCCESS. AND NOW MANY OF THEM HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF FEDERAL CRIMES OR OTHER VIOLATIONS AFTER A MAJOR FEDERAL AND STATE INVESTIGATION. SO FAR, 30 PEOPLE HAVE PLEADED GUILTY.

NAT’L – GUN RIGHTS – ‘Guns are a way to exercise power’: how the idea of overthrowing the government became mainstream

JOSH HORWITZ HAS BEEN AN AMERICAN GUN CONTROL ACTIVIST FOR NEARLY 30 YEARS. IN 2009, HE CO-WROTE A BOOK WARNING THAT THE IDEA OF ARMED REVOLT AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT WAS AT THE CENTER OF THE US GUN RIGHTS MOVEMENT. NOW, AFTER A YEAR THAT HAS SEEN HEAVILY ARMED MEN SHOW UP AT STATE CAPITOLS IN VIRGINIA, MICHIGAN, IDAHO AND ELSEWHERE TO CONFRONT DEMOCRATIC LAWMAKERS OVER GUN CONTROL AND CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS, MORE AMERICANS ARE TAKING GUN OWNERS’ RHETORIC ABOUT “TYRANTS” SERIOUSLY.

NJ – HUNTING – Hunters Kill 328 Bears In New Jersey, More Than In All Of Last Year

Hunters killed a total of 328 bears in the first segment of New Jersey’s black bear hunt, more than were bagged during last year’s entire hunt in what could be the final year for the hunt. The state’s Division of Fish & Wildlife says 42 bruins were culled on Saturday, the sixth and concluding day of the hunt. Hunters had been restricted to using archery for the first three…

WY – HUNTING – Women hunters become increasingly large percentage in Wyoming, experts say more work is still needed

Abby Hoffman decided to try hunting off more of a whim than anything else. Her friend inherited a couple rifles. They thought hunting sounded interesting. The next few years were the opposite of a whim. The Laramie resident took hunter safety where she learned the basics on gun safety, navigating land ownership and rules for all the various species. She watched YouTube videos and absorbed as many tips as…

VA – HUNTING – Hunters and Anglers Know It’s About Protecting the Resource

Fall is an amazing time to be outdoors in the Commonwealth of Virginia, particularly for those of us who hunt or fish. Many of us will be out in the woods or on the water as much as possible, but we cannot afford to forget about how important the 2020 election is to the things we love to do. While it is true that we call our pursuits hunting…

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