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Pennsylvania Game Commission to Release Nearly 220,000 Pheasants

By Justin Stakes Opportunity awaits Pennsylvania hunters with Saturday opener of small-game season. Nearly 220,000 pheasants will be produced this year by the Pennsylvania Game Commission Pennsylvania Game Commission Harrisburg, PA -(Ammoland.com)- With small-game hunting seasons set to kick off this weekend, Pennsylvania’s state game lands are being stocked with pheasants in a year what Game Commission officials describe as ...

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Maryland bank burglar, ringleader steals more than $800,000

By Jared Morgan A bank robber pleaded guilty on Wednesday to charges including conspiracy to commit bank burglary and arson on property used in interstate commerce and faces five and a half years in prison, officials said. Carl Paschall Sr., 54, of Halethorpe, Maryland, led a group of criminals, which included his son, Carl Paschall Jr. and several others, in ...

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Delaware Duck Hunting Season to Open Friday, Oct. 24

By Justin Stakes Volunteers turn out to help prepare public blinds for season opening; ducks abundant in Little Creek impoundments Duck Hunting Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) Dover, DE -(Ammoland.com)- With Delaware’s regular duck season opening Friday, Oct. 24, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife reminds migratory game bird hunters of the rules and dates for ...

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Weapon or Firearm? Not the Same Thing

By Frank Melloni When I sat down for my first instructor credential, there was a lot of information thrown at me. The material pertaining to the actual usage and function of rifles came naturally, along with the fundamentals of marksmanship. While nothing is ever boring, there wasn’t a lot of new information that flowed my way that weekend. However, I ...

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Historical Benchrest competitions

By Miles Vining The sport of benchrest shooting, wherein there are no shooting positions but the rifles are firmly supported by some type of media has become quite popular in the past few decades. It truly is wringing out the most in rifle accuracy between 100 and 500 yards. But where did it come from? The modern sport […] Read ...

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Crimson Trace honors 2 millionth customer with factory tour, engraved pistol

By Daniel Terrill Dave Dunker, left, poses with Crimson Trace CEO Lane Tobiassen at the company’s headquarters. (Photo: Crimson Trace) “I have really enjoyed the Crimson Trace laser sight on my pistol,” said Illinois resident David Dunker upon being notified that he was the Crimson Trace’s 2 millionth customer. For buying the novelty and a little bit of luck, the ...

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Tight Ohio Races That Need Pro-Gun Help #gunvote

By Ammoland It is your Duty as a Gun Owner to Vote Ohioans For Concealed Carry Ohio –-(Ammoland.com)- It is the closing weeks of this general election cycle and some of you might wonder which of the pro-gun candidates out there are in tight races that could really use your help. We’ve done some analysis and offer the following suggestions: ...

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