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4 Reasons an “Assault Weapon” Ban Should Matter to Hunters

Do American hunters really think other guns won’t be next?

How Record Gun Sales Help Hunters

Here’s how hunters and non-hunters alike contribute to conservation.

University of Pennsylvania Cancel Culture Snubs Campus Hunting Club

Hunters are being discriminated against in the “Birthplace of America?”

Voice of Leadership: Social Media Bullies Can Stunt Hunter Recruitment

Support of newcomers includes preparing them for peers’ negative comments.

Pennsylvania to Expand Sunday Hunting in 2021

The state game commission plans to include additional species this fall.

Montana Votes No on Proposed New Bow Law

The bowhunting community’s 40-plus-year debate over bow let-off continues.

What Are Public-Land Advocates?

Rather than take public-land hunting opportunities for granted, help keep public lands public.

East Coast, Multi-Game “Safaris” Offer Big Bang for the Buck

If COVID-19 put your safari plans on hold, head for the East Coast.

Voice of Leadership: How Wildlife Restoration is Funded in America

There is a direct link between hunters and wildlife conservation resources.

Voice of Leadership Panel: Why Does R3 Matter?

Mentoring is rewarding and pays dividends toward wildlife conservation.

Thank You, Recreational Shooters!

The USFWS praises shooters’ contributions during National Shooting Sports Month.

Youth Archery Camps Change Lives One Arrow at a Time

Raised at Full Draw offers opportunities to learn about archery, hunting and the outdoors.

Turn that Safari into a “Stay-fari” This Fall

Cancelling an international hunt due to COVID-19? Focus on a U.S. adventure.

Bowfishing for Invasive Species Keeps Archery Skills Sharp

Here's another way sportsmen help to keep invasive species’ populations in check.

Are We Telling Non-Hunters the Right Story?

When someone asks why you hunt, what do you tell them?

Free NRA Hunter Ed Classes Raise $150,000 for State Wildlife Agencies

Taking advantage of dollars and “sense” pays off for state agencies.

Wisconsin Hunters Vote No to Deer Season Change, Yes to Bear Season

Sidestepping COVID-19 risks, the state conducted annual meetings with hunters online.

Don’t Confuse the Meaning of Hunting

Misuse of the word hunting in place of poaching or market slaughter taints legal hunting.

Hog Wild: A Hunter’s View of America’s Feral Swine Invasion

Wild hogs now cost the nation billions annually in damages and population control.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.
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