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ALEXANDRA ANDERSON, A 26-YEAR-OLD MOTHER OF TWO YOUNG CHILDREN, NEVER CONSIDERED GETTING A CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT UNTIL LAST SPRING, WHEN UNREST AND VIOLENCE DOMINATED NEWS HEADLINES AND MADE HER FEEL UNEASY. HER FEARS BEGAN WHEN OGDEN, UTAH POLICE OFFICER NATE LYDAY WAS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY. TWO DAYS LATER, WHAT BEGAN AS PEACEFUL PROTESTS IN DOWNTOWN SALT LAKE CITY CALLING FOR JUSTICE IN THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD IN MINNESOTA, TURNED VIOLENT. A SALT LAKE CITY POLICE CAR WAS OVERTURNED AND SET ON FIRE. THAT WAS HER TIPPING POINT. ANDERSON DECIDED TO ENROLL IN A CONCEALED CARRY COURSE.TO SAY THAT THE BIDEN-HARRIS GUN-CONTROL LIST IS “COMPREHENSIVE” WOULD BE A DRAMATIC UNDERSTATEMENT. RATHER, IT REPRESENTS A VERITABLE INVENTORY OF EVERY MAJOR GUN-CONTROL MEASURE THAT HAS BEEN PROPOSED DURING THE LAST 30 YEARS. GIVEN THAT BOTH JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS ARE ON THE RECORD SUPPORTING THE CONFISCATION OF AR-15-TYPE RIFLES—WHEN ASKED DURING A 2019 TELEVISION INTERVIEW WHETHER HE HOPED TO CONFISCATE AR-15S, BIDEN SAID “BINGO”.IN A RECORD YEAR OF GUN SALES, MANY HAVE BEEN BOUGHT BY FIRST-TIME GUN OWNERS, ACCORDING TO STORE OWNERS AND BACKGROUND CHECK STATISTICS. THE FBI HAS REPORTED MORE BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR GUN BUYERS THIS YEAR THAN DURING ANY YEAR SINCE TRACKING BEGAN IN 1998. TEXAS GUN STORE OWNERS AND FIREARMS EXPERTS BELIEVE MOST OF THESE NEW CUSTOMERS HAVE LITTLE TRAINING ON HOW TO HANDLE, STORE AND USE THE WEAPONS. EAGLE GUN RANGE OWNER DAVID PRINCE SAID HIS SALES HAVE MORE THAN DOUBLED THIS YEAR COMPARED TO LAST. AND MANY OF HIS CUSTOMERS HAVE TOLD HIM THEY ARE NEW, FIRST-TIME GUN OWNERS. A SHORTAGE OF AMMUNITION COULD BE A PROBLEM FOR SOME HUNTERS AS DEER SEASON GETS UNDERWAY IN VERMONT SO SOME HUNTERS HAVE TURNED TO A NEW OPTION; BOW HUNTING. "WE ACTUALLY RAN OUT [OF ARROWS] FOR A LITTLE WHILE. WE FINALLY MANAGED TO GET THEM BACK IN, BUT AGAIN, IT TOOK ALMOST A MONTH TO GET AN ORDER IN THAT SHOULD HAVE COME IN WITHIN FIVE DAYS,” SAID ARCHERY DEPT. MANAGER JON SANBORN.IF YOU’RE NEW TO HUNTING, OR HAVE BEEN BUT WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT IT, THERE’S AN OPPORTUNITY THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH DAKOTA. ON SUNDAY, THE PHEASANTS FOREVER 2020 APPRENTICE HUNT WILL START AT 8 A.M., AND GO UNTIL LATE AFTERNOON. THE EVENT, WHICH IS FREE OF CHARGE, IS OPEN TO ANYONE OVER THE AGE OF 18. TO REGISTER, CALL 605-290-0109.

KY – HUNTING – Weekend brings muzzleloader deer hunting

It is by one well-spaced shot at a time, but this Saturday and Sunday is open to a variety of firearms deer hunting with Kentucky’s early muzzleloader season. As is routine on the weekend starting with the third Saturday in October, this year’s first muzzleloading firearms deer pursuits are Oct. 17-18. This early black powder season is augmented by a longer and later hunt — a nine-day stretch that spans two weekends — Dec. 12-20. Regulations for the state’s muzzleloader hunting are uniform with those of the regular firearms season except, of course, that only firearms that are loaded from the muzzle can be used. Front-stuffing rifles as well as muzzleloading shotguns (single projectiles only) and muzzleloading handguns all are legal for this season. No breechloaders of any sort are permitted. Muzzleloading weapons may be of traditional or modern design. Telescopic or modern electronic sights can be utilized just as well as basic iron sights. Propellants can be traditional black powder or modern substitutes. The single projectiles allowed include round balls, conical bullets or sabot-mounted bullets. Here again, the guns just must be loaded from the muzzle. Because muzzleloader season is a firearms hunt, safety concerns are such that all participating must wear garments of solid fluorescent orange on head, chest and back. Likewise, any hunters afield involved in pursuits for other game also must wear the mandated orange. Raccoon and ’possum hunters active at night are excluded from the fluorescent orange requirement. Kentucky’s deer harvest regulations are unchanged this year from those of last year. There is a limit for the entire hunting year covering all methods/weapons and all seasons that permits each hunter to take only a single antlered buck. The one-buck limit, indeed, is a crown jewel of Kentucky’s deer management program, responsible for much more selectivity by hunters in buck harvest and, hence, a significant increase in the age structure among bucks in the overall deer population. This, say Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources biologists, has resulted in a major upturn in the production of bigger, trophy quality deer over the past several seasons.  [full article]

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