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MT. To Celebrate “Right To Keep And Bear Arms” Week Beginning March 1st.

February 17, 2010

*Editor’s Note* Below is an email message I received from Gary Marbut, President of the Montana Shooting Sports Association. It is a reminder to members of MSSA that beginning on March 1, 2010 will be the start of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Week. As a bonus, Marbut included a short recap of how the RKBA Week evolved.

Celebrate!!

In 1991 MSSA got a bill passed setting aside the first week of March as the official week in Montana to celebrate our cherished Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

Here’s what the Montana law actually says: Read more

My first 25th hour Black Bear

February 15, 2010

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Mac Moad

This hunt is still so fresh in my mind I still can’t believe I did it. Some 4 weeks ago, I was so fired up and excited when I met my friend Brad in Booneville Arkansas. We had set a date to do some scouting for a big game animal I had always wanted to hunt since I was a kid. The season opened on September the 15th this year due to the number of black bear population. Read more

Picture This

February 4, 2010

Indiana Squirrel Hunting

Bob and Forrest father and son do a little squirrel hunting in Northeast Indiana. Bob and Forrest hunt all types of animals, but they use what they shoot. I have not tried squirrel, but I have been told it tastes far better then chicken


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How Pristine Where Our Ecosystems Before Western Exploration?

February 3, 2010

Oh, if only we could return to the days before man got into our wilderness areas and destroyed everything. Imagine how wonderful it must have been. Nature doing a fine job all on its own and then all of a sudden man expands his reach and destroys it all.

This is what I hear all the time. Even our education factories teach our kids this inaccurate history. Few have ever heard of what it was really like. I know I have had many discussions with people about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. I admit I was one of those who dreamed about how wonderful it must have been. What could be more exciting to a man who loved the outdoors than to be a member of the Lewis and Clark troop? This would provide a participant the opportunity to see the forests, the plains, the rivers, the valleys, the birds, deer, moose, elk, bison, mountain goats, wild sheep, tons of beaver, muskrat, mink, lynx, bobcat, mountain lions, coyotes, wolves, oh, my. What am I forgetting. I might have been in for a rude awakening had I been there. Read more

Picture This

February 2, 2010

Sometimes your best shot is through a camera.

Photograph by James Grayson

Not every great shot is through has a cross-hair in it. Photographer James Grayson sent me this picture. Of course he does a lot more then just take pictures of animals. Visit him at HERE
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