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.
Lake Mary resident Teliece Sander was engrossed in her mobile device while standing in her garage when a black bear decided he would drop by to talk to her about a wonderful new MLM opportunity.
Despite the state enjoying some of the lowest murder rates in the nation, would-be governor Sue Minter wants expanded background checks and an assault weapon ban.
Reactions to the pictures were – of course – mixed, with a great deal of negativity, but the dad remained unapologetic about their adventures.
The 12-year-old fired back at those who scoffed at her skills and said she’s proud to be a hunter and has no plans to give it up.
Masha Kalinina, of Humane Society International, said the animal was “heartlessly slaughtered for fun.”
Gov. Jack Markell (D) recently signed a popular House bill into law that does away with a historic ban on Sunday hunting and opens at least some days during deer season to sportsmen.