Firearm Hunting News

Utah Leftover Deer Permits on Sale June 17th
If you don't have a permit to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall, your next chance to get one begins June 17, 2010. That's when Northern Region rifle and muzzleloader permits that were not taken in this year's big game draw go on sale.
TacStar Brand Adds Capacity to Mossberg Shotguns
TacStar® - a Lyman Brand - has added 2 new products that increase both the magazine capacity and shell holding capacity for Mossberg's newest autoloading shotguns.
Arizona Shooting Range Program Aims to Meet Demand
The demand for public shooting ranges in Arizona continues to increase at a pace to match recreational shooting demand and gun ownership, based on a March poll and recent report issued by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF).
Remington Introduces HyperSonic Steel Shotshell
Few things are more challenging than hitting fast moving, high flying waterfowl. To meet this challenge, Remington is proud to introduce the fastest velocity, highest downrange pattern energies ever produced in the history of steel waterfowl loads; the revolutionary new HyperSonic Steel™.
Kansas Sets 2010 Big Game Dates
At the Public Hearing portion of the April meeting of the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission, regulation amendments concerning big game and turkey legal equipment, deer seasons, antelope season, and elk season were approved.
Hawai'i Offers Goat Hunting on Kaua'i
The Department of Land and Natural Resources is pleased to announce the opening of archery, muzzleloading rifle, and high-powered rifle hunting seasons for feral goats on the island of Kaua'i.
NSSF Report Shows Economic Impact of Firearm Industry
At a Capitol Hill breakfast briefing recently, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearms and ammunition industry, released a newly commissioned report detailing the significant economic impact the firearms and ammunition industry has on the nation's and each state's economy.
Nebraska's Branched Oak WMA Closed to Target Shooting
A parking lot and surrounding area in the northwest portion of Branched Oak Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is closed to target shooting for safety reasons, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Arkansas Big Game Seasons Set for 2010-11
Commissioners from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission formally approved regulation changes as part of the 2010-11 hunting season-setting process. One change would allow hunters, 65 and older, to participate in the January portion of the statewide youth season.
Utah Offers Free Shooting Clinics
Does learning how to shoot a shotgun at a target that's sailing through the air sound like fun?