Firearm Hunting News

Kentucky DFW Clarifies Conceal and Carry Rules While Hunting
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is clarifying hunting equipment regulations for hunters who hold valid concealed carry deadly weapon permits.
Browning Offers Stimulus Package
Some will tell you it is a buyers market out there. If you think now is a great time to purchase a home or automobile, wait until you see the stimulus package Browning has created to put a new shotgun in your safe while doing its part to jump start the economy.
Thompson/Center Arms Began Shipping New ICON
Thompson/Center Arms Company Inc., a Smith & Wesson company, announced that it has begun shipping the new ICON® Precision Hunter bolt-action rifles.
Vanguard Introduces New Pivoting Bi-pod
VANGUARD, one of the global leaders in high-quality hunting accessories, today introduced Equalizer Series pivoting bi-pod with innovative features that allow hunters to take better shots, quickly and easily.
Another Mayor Drops Out of MAIG - Gun Control Group
Buckeye Firearms Association is reporting that Walton Hills Mayor Marlene Anielski is the latest Ohio mayor to resign membership in Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), a gun control group founded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Free Range Day for Las Vegas Hunters
Las Vegas area hunters who need to sight-in their hunting rifles before the fall hunting season should mark Saturday, Aug. 29 on their calendars. That is the day the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) will hold a Free Range Day at the Desert Sportsman's Rifle and Pistol Club.
Kansas Resident Big Game Drawing Results Available
Kansas residents who applied for Firearm Either-Species/Either-Sex Deer permits will soon be able to view their application results at the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) website.
Remington Non-Lead Ammo Receives California Certification
Remington is proud to announce, as of July 12, 2009, Premier® Copper Solid™ Rifle, Premier® Copper Solid™ Sabot Slugs and Premier Disintegrator® Varmint lines of ammunition have been approved by the California Department of Fish and Game for use in the hunting zones within the range of the California condor, pursuant to its July 2008 law prohibiting ammunition containing lead in those areas.
NSSF Rejects NPS Classification of Traditional Ammo as Health Threat
In response to an announcement regarding a National Parks Service program encouraging hunters to voluntarily switch to alternative ammunition, the National Shooting Sports Foundation rejected NPS's categorization of traditional ammunition as a health threat.
Quarterly Firearm and Ammunition Excise Taxes up 43%
During a time period of great economic uncertainty, firearm and ammunition sales have continued to increase throughout the country.