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Texas Students Place in National Archery Shootout
AUSTIN—  Two hundred and seventy seven Texas students competed for the shot of a lifetime at the 11th annual National Archery in the Schools Tournament. “The journey to the National NASP Tournament is sometimes years in the making for these students,” says Burnie Kessner, Archery Coordinator for Texas Parks... Read more
Meet the .45 Raptor: .460 S&W Magnum for semi-auto rifles
The .45 Raptor is one beast of a cartridge. Designed by Arne Brennan, the .45 Raptor is new cartridge that replicates .460 S&W Magnum performance in a package tailor-made for semi-automatic rifles.  When fired from a rifle-length barrel the ballistics put other big-bore cartridges to shame, including .450 Bushmaster, .458 SOCOM... Read more
Texas man hits 1MOA target at 2.07 miles!
RATON, NM — Billy Carter, a native of Spring, Texas, hit a 1 MOA target from a distance of 2.07 miles at the NRA Whittington U Long Distance Range last week. Carter improved the accuracy of his 2013 record, shooting a CheyTac USA M200 Intervention® chambered in .375 CheyTac... Read more
Rare Sawfish Caught in South Florida
ABC US News | ABC International News A group of south Florida fishermen reeled in a rare sawfish over the weekend, capturing the exciting feat on video. It took Dustin Richter and pals more than two hours to wrangle the 11-foot long, 500-pound creature during a midnight fishing trip... Read more
Mysterious deepwater fish found along NC coast
NAGS HEAD, NC (WBTV) –Photos of a mysterious deepwater fish are going viral on social media after the strange looking fish washed up along the North Carolina coast on Monday. The fish, believed to be a lancetfish, washed onto the shore along Nags Head, along the Outer Banks, just... Read more
Gov. Jindal signs five Louisiana gun bills into law Friday
As the legislative session winds down, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law five bills that will affect the state’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law, concealed carry holders, users of Tannerite, and gun owners. The five bills are included in 217 measures signed into law by Jindal this legislative session.... Read more
Congressman Jim Bridenstine Demands to Know Why USDA Needs Machine Guns
Washington, DC – After a backlash of complaints from concerned citizens, Oklahoma Congressman Jim Bridenstine puts the USDA on notice that he wants an explanation why the farm business development department of the U.S. Government needs an unknown quantity of .40 Cal. S&W submachine guns? Says Congressman Jim Bridenstine... Read more
Bobcat Fooled By the Oldest Trick in the Book [VIDEO]
If you had a rough turkey hunting season, this video might lift your spirits. While waiting for a tom to come by, two turkey hunters realized they weren’t the only ones watching their turkey decoy. A bobcat was lurking outside the blind, carefully plotting an attack on the plastic... Read more