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Rotary International Relents on Mistaken Firearms Policy Change
Rotary International Relents on Mistaken Firearms Policy Change
We are pleased to report that the Rotary International board, which is responsible for setting policy governing all clubs and more than a million members worldwide, has reversed the decision it made in January to adopt �revisions to the Code of Policie...
Auction of Pre-Production Winchester Model 1866 �Yellow Boy� Rifle at GunBroker.com to Benefit NS...
Auction of Pre-Production Winchester Model 1866 �Yellow Boy� Rifle at GunBroker.com to Benefit NS...
It�s the last of 10 pre-production Winchester Model 1866 �Yellow Boy� rifles, which will make it a highly sought after item when it is put up for auction on GunBroker.com during the week of the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas.
Oregon Bucks Trends and Grew 2016 Hunter Ranks
Oregon Bucks Trends and Grew 2016 Hunter Ranks
Oregon�s Department of Fish and Wildlife reported that hunting license sales jumped by 22 percent last year to 334,405 up from 264,000 in 2015. Much of the increase came from a welcome reclassification in the way the state sells youth licenses by combi...
Understanding Government Range Ventilation Criteria
Understanding Government Range Ventilation Criteria
A properly designed indoor small arms range ventilation system provides a safe environment for both employees and shooters. Properly designed indoor ranges also protect the surrounding areas outdoors from expelled pollutants.
Getting the Lead Out: An Introduction to Shooting Range Lead Management
Getting the Lead Out: An Introduction to Shooting Range Lead Management
Lead�s unique properties make it an ideal material for ammunition, and for that reason lead has been an integral part of shooting for centuries. But lead (chemical symbol Pb) is a toxic substance that can cause harm to humans and the environment. As a ...
Firearms Education Deserves a Place in Schools
Firearms Education Deserves a Place in Schools
North Carolina�s House of Representatives is considering an old approach that�s new again to improving gun safety awareness. Legislators in the Tar Heel State want high schools to offer an elective firearms safety course.