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Cross Border Open Carry March for Texarkana 28 March
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- Arkansas became a constitutional carry state in August of 2013.  It took about a year and a half, dozens of open carry marches, and a change of the Attorney General, for that fact to be generally recognized.  The picture above is one of the marches taking place in... Read more
Russian Hunters Discover 10,000-year-old Frozen Woolly Rhino in River
Paleontologists are calling a recent find in the Russian region of Yakutia a “sensation.” Last September, Aleksandr Banderov and his hunting party were traveling near the Semyulyakh River when they uncovered the preserved carcass of an adolescent wholly rhinoceros, a species that roamed the frozen landscapes of Europe and northern Asia during... Read more
Wait, What? Guy Tests How Many Water Balloons It Takes to Stop a Bullet Blasting out of a 44 Magnum
Water balloons are typically intended for some fun in the sun during a kid’s birthday party. They are easy to make, they’re lightweight, they get you wet and overall they’re harmless. So generally speaking, water balloons are about the last thing you would think of as a device to stop a bullet, right? Wrong. When NatGeo... Read more
Tournament Angler Catches Possible World Record Spotted Bass in California
A Nevada angler may have gone home with what could be the world’s largest spotted bass after a fishing trip to California’s Bullards Bar Reservoir. Lou Ferrante, a co-angler in the Rayovac FLW Series, caught the massive bass while fishing in a 19-boat tournament on Saturday. According to FLW, the fish was... Read more
Grisly Bear-on-bear Killing Caught on Trail Cam (VIDEO)
We outdoorsmen and women are well aware of the violent and unpredictable nature of the outdoors, but sometimes the things that remote trail cams capture shock even the most veteran sportsman. Bears have almost no natural predators, and in many areas they can comfortably lay claim to being the most... Read more
Orange County Brothers Guilty of Killing Bottlenose Dolphin in Cow Bayou
Beaumont, Texas-(Ammoland.com)– Two Bridge City, Texas brothers have pleaded guilty to federal wildlife violations, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales. According to information presented in court, on July 26, 2014, Cory Moseley and Cade Moseley were fishing on Cow Bayou near Orangefield, Texas, when they spotted two bottlenose dolphins... Read more
Italian Angler’s Whale of a Catfish is Just Short of World Record
Italian angler Dino Ferrari is no stranger to large wels catfish, but the one he caught last Thursday was big enough to send his team scrambling to see if it broke any records. Unfortunately for Ferrari, his massive 280-pound catfish came just short of the current world record, which... Read more
28-point “Mean Gene” Buck Confirmed as New Minnesota Muzzleloader Record (VIDEO)
Over the weekend, Boone and Crockett measurers set to work on scoring Stan Kreidermacher’s massive 28-point buck, which he harvested late last year on the final day of Minnesota’s muzzleloader season. To little surprise, the rack ended up measuring an impressive 248 and 5/8 inches, displacing the current state record for... Read more