Please Sign In

Please enter a valid username and password
  • Log in with Facebook
» Not a member? Take a moment to register
» Forgot Username or Password

Syndicate

Syndicate content
Google Reader or Homepage
Add to My Yahoo!

Newshound Recent Posts

Categories

Recent Comments

Archives

Newshound
in your Inbox

Enter your email address to get our new post everyday.

  • December 29, 2010

    Controversy Over Swedish Wolf Hunt-7

    by

    It turns out that the U.S. isn't the only country that is having a problem figuring out how to manage its wolf population. Sweden has a few hundred wolves and had set up a hunt to cull 20 animals from the population in 2011.

    Hunters were allowed to target wolves in Sweden for the first time in 46 years. But the hunt has been met with resistance from the European Union.

    Both the licensed hunting of wolves and the set limit of the number of wolves in the country, as well as plans for the transfer of wolves from other countries, include elements that seem incompatible with EU rules for the conservation of predatory animals, EU Environment Commissioner, Janez Potocnik told The Local.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 22, 2010

    Toy Guns for Self Defense?-8

    by

    A Minnesota city council has given preliminary approval to an ordinance that codifies the use of toy and non-functioning firearms for personal home and business self-defense.
     
    Seriously.

    Acting on the recommendation of the city police chief, the Moorhead, (Minn.) City Council gave preliminary approval last Monday to a revised city ordinance that, among other things, would prohibit carrying toy guns in public places.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 21, 2010

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Win a Red Ryder BB Gun!-9

    by

    To celebrate the holiday, Outdoor Life is giving away one of the most important guns of all time: a Red Ryder BB gun.

    Has the Red Ryder been a stalwart in the deer woods? Have soldiers used it to defend our nation? Has it made a name for itself as a flat-shooting tack driver?  The answer to all of these questions is no.

    But, the Red Ryder has introduced countless kids to shooting and hunting (who didn't have one of these as a kid), making it a sweetheart for sportsmen everywhere. The gun is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 21, 2010

    Win Gear on Our Facebook Page!-1

    by

    Outdoor Life is giving away more gear, but this time we're doing it through our Facebook page. Some of our lucky Facebook fans will win Wii hunting and fishing video games, Tink's Scent Lure and a Gerber knife.

    All you have to do to enter the giveaway is go onto our Facebook page click the giveaway tab at the top and then type in your name and email address.  Don't forget to share the giveaway with your friends.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 17, 2010

    Operation Dark Night-5

    by

    The New York Department of Environmental Conservation caught 137 poachers and charged more than 250 violations recently in a state-wide bust called Operation Dark Night. The poachers are accused of deer jacking, spotlighting deer and shooting them from the road.

    "A strong message was sent that such illegal practices will not be tolerated," Peter Fanelli, director of law enforcement for New York's Department of Environmental Conservation told the Democrat and Chronicle.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 16, 2010

    Hunters Save the Day in North Dakota-2

    by

    Theodore Roosevelt was an avid big-game hunter, a conservationist and the driving force behind the country's national park system. Today, Teddy would be proud.

    In Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, hunters have taken more than 200 elk in an attempt to stop overpopulation and overgrazing. Wildlife officials hope that 275 cow elk will be killed by Jan. 20. 

    The plan to allow hunters to cull the park's booming elk herd was controversial at first, because it's unorthodox to allow hunting in national parks. But Congress OK'd the proposal of opening the park gates to hunters, and so far everything has gone according to plan.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 14, 2010

    100 Years Later, 1911 is Still Shootin’-7

    by

    As we prepare to turn our calendars forward to January 2011, several prominent American handgun manufacturers have already introduced new commemorative models marking the historic 100-year anniversary of what is arguably the most famous, durable and imitated pistol design the world has ever known—the 1911.

    And while the centennial of the 1911 handgun will be met with great anticipation by shooters, collectors and gun marketers alike, it is not passing unnoticed in the state of Utah, where its inventor, John Moses Browning, lived and worked in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 13, 2010

    Cancer Patient, 86, Bags His Biggest Buck-6

    by

    Despite being dehydrated, sick and weakened from the repeated chemotherapy he was receiving for his prostate cancer, Lester Warner, 86, insisted he was going deer hunting in Pennsylvania this year.

    “He just assumed he would be going. We decided we were going to play along with it: ‘Yeah, we can’t wait for hunting season, Dad,’” Warner’s son, Brian told the York Daily Record newspaper.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 9, 2010

    Student to be Expelled After Accidentally Bringing Gun to Parking Lot-20

    by

    A 16-year-old honor roll student will likely be expelled from her high school for accidentally leaving her unloaded, cased hunting rifle in the locked trunk of her car at the school parking lot.

    Demarie DeReu, a student at Columbia Falls High School in Montana, went hunting with her family over Thanksgiving weekend and forgot to unpack her gun from the trunk of her car before she drove to school. When DeReu, a member of student council and the varsity cheerleading team, heard that a contraband dog would be working the school parking lot in search of drugs that day, she remembered the gun in her car and told school officials about it,  according to KXLH.com

    She will now have to  attend a hearing on Monday in front of the school board, where she will probably be expelled.

    [ Read Full Post ]
  • December 8, 2010

    Giving a Gun for Christmas? Read This!-1

    by

    As hunters, shooters, collectors or just plain gun lovers, it’s natural to share our enjoyment of firearms with friends and relatives. The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the primary trade organization representing the shooting and hunting sports, has some great suggestions to those who are planning to give guns this Christmas.

    As a shooter and hunter, you already know firearms ownership brings with it some serious legal and ethical obligations that other consumer products don’t.

    [ Read Full Post ]
Page 1 of 212next ›last »
bmxbiz