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    New opportunities open up for hunters

    New opportunities open up for hunters - Legislation and regulations enacted in recent months has increased opportunities for hunters in the form of new hunting arms, more access to hunting lands and more liberal seasons for both deer and bear.  Perhaps the most historic of these is the inclusion of crossbows as a legal hunting weapon. In the past, except for two seasons, only severely disabled sportsmen were allowed to use crossbows. Now anyone 14 or older who is eligible to hunt can use a crossbow. When you sit around and listen to a discussion of senior citizens, a frequent topic is sore knees, hips and shoulders. Bowhunters in that category whose shoulder ailments no longer allow them to draw back on a bow might welcome the opportunity to continue their hunting with a crossbow.

    NRA launches ad campaign attacking Michael Bloomberg

    NRA launches ad campaign attacking Michael Bloomberg - The National Rifle Association is taking the unusual step of launching a multimillion-dollar ad campaign designed to turn Michael Bloomberg into a political bogeyman in this year's midterm elections, and beyond.  The group, which announced its plans Tuesday, will begin its efforts with a $500,000 TV ad buy attacking Bloomberg -- one of the most vocal gun control advocates in the country -- and not just on guns. It's a new tactic for a group that typically focuses its political efforts on supporting or opposing candidates for office. Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor, is not running for anything.

    T-Shirt Fundraiser

    We are having a T-Shirt fundraiser on Booster with proceeds benefiting our lawsuit against the SAFE Act.  Click here to purchase a shirt.

    More than 100 laid off at Remington Arms

    More than 100 laid off at Remington Arms - At least 100 people were informed today that they will no longer be employed by Remington Arms, as the O-D first reported could happen in May.  “The latest announcement from Remington Arms, although not unexpected, is still deeply disappointing for our community,” Assemblyman Marc Butler said in a statement. “This is more than 100 of our friends, neighbors and relatives whose families now face an uncertain future.”

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