Deputies in Washington state were performing a wellness check Friday for 23-year-old Renee Davis when they shot and killed her. The woman’s foster sister says she was five months pregnant.
A pro-hunting and anti-poaching film featuring outdoor journalists Craig Boddington and Conrad Evarts is scheduled to premiere at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival this weekend in New York City.
The nation’s largest anti-hunting group has ponied up more than $600,000 in funds to support their picks among ballot measures and political candidates this year.
Listed as Question 1 and Amendment 1, respectively, voters in Indiana and Kansas will have to vote up or down on adding a right to hunt and fish to their state constitutions.
After the mama bear tore at his flesh for several minutes, Orr thought she wandered away, but 10 minutes down the trail, the bear attacked once again.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation announced the state of Alabama will join the ranks of 12 other states by participating in the Hunting Works for America program.
Commissioners voted 7-1 on Saturday to limit the use of “excessively large” caliber rifle cartridges and prohibit the use of laser tracking rifles by sportsmen for taking game in the state.
Kriss USA announced yesterday that the company is shipping a 10mm auto version of its Vector Gen II line of firearms to authorized dealers.
The Florida Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a felon in possession of a firearm because the gun wasn’t considered “modern” under state law.
While the vast majority of the comments on the man’s Facebook page were either positive or people tagging others, there were, of course, a few haters.