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Scientists Testing for Sasquatch Actually Make a Fascinating Discovery
Yeti. Sasquatch. Bigfoot. Both enthusiasts and scientists alike hope to answer the question: “Do they exist?” Thus far, most scientific analysis on so-called evidence of Sasquatches has not turned up a positive result for a new, large, primate-like species, but that’s not stopping scientists from continuing to test theories.... Read more
New Mexico Bans Use of Drones in Hunting
Last Thursday the New Mexico Game Commission voted 5-1 to prohibit the use of drones in harassing wildlife or assisting in the harvest of game animals. Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, are seen by many in the hunting community as an unfair advantage and a violation of fair chase... Read more
Firearms makers moving to more gun-friendly U.S. southern states
(Reuters) – The first gun manufacturer to leave Connecticut after it enacted tough new gun control laws last year in the wake of the Newtown school shootings presented a commemorative rifle on Monday to the governor of South Carolina, its new home. PTR Industries Inc is among a wave... Read more
Record-Breaking Red Snapper Caught Off the Coast of Texas
Joey Beaver reeled in more than just a big catch when he caught a 38.75-pound red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico last month: he earned himself a title. The fish has been verified by the Texas Parks and Wildlife as breaking the water body’s record and they awarded... Read more
Soldier Repairs HP Printer with His FN MAG
An old video that I discovered, a soldier was having issues with his HP Printer. HP wanted him to pay for their tech support. So he “fixes” the problem with his FN MAG. Source: The Firearms Blog Read more
Man drags 4-foot shark back into ocean (VIDEO)
TORONTO – A fisherman had to wrestle a four foot shark back into the ocean after it got a little too close to beachgoers on a South Carolina beach Friday. Video of the wrestling match was captured by Stephanie Byrdic of Myrtle Beach. She told WMBF News a man... Read more
Target ‘respectfully’ says no guns in our stores
As the tug and war battle between Open Carry Texas and gun control groups continues, another national chain gave way. The retailer Target asked that open carriers leave their guns at home on July 2. “As you’ve likely seen in the media, there has been a debate about whether... Read more
Georgia Angler Breaks 38-year-old Bowfin State Record
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources confirmed last week that Jimmy Tucker of Statenville is the new state record holder for bowfin. On June 21, the 55-year-old angler caught a 16-pound, three-ounce bowfin from the Suwannee River. Tucker’s fish bested the state’s previous best, caught in 1976, by more... Read more