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  • October 25, 2013

    Obamacare Could Pit Provisions to Safeguard Gun Owners' Rights Against 'Executive Order 16'-2

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    The National Rifle Association and Gun Owners of America were successful in ensuring the Affordable Care Act prohibits creation of a firearms database and stops doctors from disclosing or collecting information relating to a patient's firearms. However, Obamacare contains "sneaky backdoor" provisions that could jeopardize gun ownership for nearly 550,000 Americans (including veterans arbitrarily diagnosed with PTSD), according to a recent Townhall.com blog.
                   
    Attorney Rachel Alexander writes in an Oct. 21 Townhall.com blog that Senate Amendment 3276, Sec. 2716, Part C -- incorporated into Obamacare in December 2012 -- includes five provisions that protect gun owners.

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  • August 22, 2013

    Texas Teenager Breaks Skeet Shooting World Record-1

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    Still trying to break that 25th bird on the skeet field? Well don't read this if you're the jealous type. Josh Poole hit a perfect 500 clay pigeons at the National Skeet Shooting Association Collegiate World Championship earlier this month, becoming the youngest skeet shooter on record to hit 500 in a row.

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  • March 27, 2013

    Hunters Boycott Colorado Over New Gun Control Laws-6

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    Hunters from around the country are planning to boycott Colorado after the state passed stricter gun control legislation last week. "Republican opponents of the new background-check law said it would make criminals of hunters lending each other [guns] for weekend hunting trips. In response, Democrats changed the bill to give people a 72-hour grace period to share guns without triggering background-check requirements. Republicans then complained the bill would imperil weeklong hunting trips," according to the Associated Press.

    And the backlash has begun. Outfitters have reported a flood of trip cancelations from out-of-state hunters and Michael Bane, a producer for the Outdoor Channel, said he would no longer film his four shows in Colorado.

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  • May 9, 2012

    Get Off My Lawn: 84-Year-Old Korean War Vet Shoots Home Intruder with Luger-19

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    If I didn’t know any better I’d say the following item came off the back cover of a Clint Eastwood Gran Torino DVD rather than the newswire.

    According to WPXI.com, 84-year-old Korean War veteran Fred Ricciutti shot a home intruder with the German Luger he used in the war. The shooting occurred in Elizabeth Township, Pennsylvania Tuesday morning, around 4:30 am when Ricciutti was awoken by the sounds of 25-year-old Raymond Hiles, breaking through his kitchen window. Ricciutti grabbed his gun and went to investigate. 

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  • March 21, 2012

    Mexico Has Only One Legal Gun Shop and Overbearing Laws, But Violence Continues-7

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    Mexico has some of the strictest gun laws, yet – as we all know – also has a rising crime rate and prosperous black market gun sales. Also, the country only has one legal gun store that is found in Mexico City on a military base, reports the Miami Herald.

    People looking to legally obtain a firearm must go all the way to Mexico City to get their permits and guns. When they arrive at the store a metal detector greets them, and a slew of soldiers keep an eye on them. The law states that if you are purchasing a gun for home protection you are only allowed one pistol or revolver (from .22 to .38 calibers) with 200 rounds of ammunition available per person each year.

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  • January 6, 2012

    Video: Death to the Angry Birds-1

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    To build up a stronger online community, we've been trying here at Outdoor Life to boost our presence on Facebook. With that in mind, we bring you our first Facebook exclusive video. Click the photo, become a fan and watch this Angry Bird get smoked by a 12 gauge. 

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  • December 8, 2011

    Help Us Pick The Prize for Our Next Caption Contest!-9

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    So Outdoor Life is part of a cool contest operated by Crown Royal, sponsor of Field & Stream’s Hook Shots show and maker of the whiskey that comes in a purple bag. The contest is called “Pass the Crown,” and it’s a variation on the Secret Santa gift exchange anyone who’s ever worked in an office is familiar with. Are you lucky enough to have never worked in an office? Then here’s how this works:

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  • March 31, 2010

    Welcome to New York II -23

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    By all appearances, three members of a Brooklyn, New York family were victimized by the city’s harsh and unmerciful firearms laws this week, after police executed a search warrant on their home and found 30 unregistered guns stored in the attic. 

    Thomas and Kathleen Siano, and their son, Vincent, have been charged with criminal possession of firearms.

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  • March 25, 2010

    Sierra Club: We Support Hunting But...-17

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    In recent years The Sierra Club, the nation’s largest environmental membership organization, has gone to great lengths to appear supportive of hunting, fishing and scientific wildlife management in an attempt to distance itself from more recognizable—and radical—anti-hunting organizations.

    It’s now a supporting member of a national professional organization of hunting and fishing writers and features biographies of its “conservation leaders” who hunt and fish on its Web site.

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  • March 15, 2010

    These Girls Can Shoot-12

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    Put down your men’s basketball brackets for just a minute and read about a team that made NCAA history this past weekend in another college sport—competitive shooting.

    The Texas Christian University Horned Frog Rifle Team won their school’s first-ever NCAA Rifle Championships on Friday and Saturday, posting a two-day aggregate score of 4,675.

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