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through the end of the year.

POMA Auctions Offer New Outdoor Gear Just in Time for Holidays

Finding POMAs listings on is easy: 1. Sign on (or create) to your account 2. Choose “Advanced Search” from the search toolbar at the top of the page

OCT 28, 2011 03:54P.M. POMA Auctions Offer New Outdoor Gear Just in Time for Holidays

3. Select “By Seller” from the left-hand links menu 4. Enter “POMA” in the search box, and click “Search” Don’t miss your chance for some great deals. The holiday season is just around the corner. Happy Bidding! Funds raised go to POMA, a non-profit organization committed to ensuring the future of outdoor communications and the fair and honest reporting of the traditional outdoor sports story. A portion of the proceeds also go to the POMA Endowment Trust, a perpetual fund that generates income to support and fund POMA mission activities.

POMA Auctions Offer New Outdoor Gear Just in Time for Holidays

Grab some cool stuff now! Hey winner, winner! Media contact: Laurie Lee Dovey,, 814-525-6989 POMA Holiday Auction Items, Week 1 • Aimpoint Hunter Series H34S Sight Professional Outdoor Media Association

• Caldwell DeadShot FieldPod

JOHNSTOWN, PA – -( Hey bidder, bidder… going once, going twice, sold! Don’t miss out.

• Golden Ring 12-40x60mm HD Spotting Scope • Hawke Sport Optics Frontier ED Spotting Scope

Grab great outdoor gear through the Professional Outdoor Media Association’s (POMA, annual holiday auctions. In addition, help ensure the future of the outdoor sports by supporting those who tell the outdoor story.

• Tri-Tronics Sport Basic G3 Collar About: POMA ( is considered the premier, international, professional communications organization in the shooting, hunting, fishing and trapping industries. Its more than 320 media members are renowned editors, writers, photographers, broadcasters and publishers. In addition, the 140-plus industry firms and organizations who are Corporate Partner members share POMA’s focus

POMA launched its fall charity auctions on ( today. Fantastic items are selling right now. Optics from Hawke, Leupold and Aimpoint, a Caldwell field pod and TriTronics dog training electronics are on the auction block. In addition to these great items, POMA posts additional items several times a week


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on serving the outdoor press corps, developing the next generation of outdoor journalists and perpetuating the traditional outdoor sports.

give your outfitter. Submissions and inquiries can be sent to Jennifer Johnson at Looking for more information? Phone: 1-877-818-2688 Website: spring 2011Fall 2011

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Mountain Hunter Magazine Wants to Hear Your BackCounty Hunting Trip

Click Here for the Submission Release Click Here for Submission Guidelines The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) was established in 1966 to represent the guide outfitting industry to government and advocate for science-based wildlife management. Today the association represents more than 80% of the guide outfitters in BC, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

OCT 28, 2011 03:43P.M. Mountain Hunter Magazine Wants to Hear Your BackCounty Hunting Trip Share Your Story With Us!

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Wisconsin DNR Outdoor Report Summary for October 27, 2011 OCT 28, 2011 03:31P.M. Wisconsin DNR Outdoor Report Summary for October 27, 2011

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MADISON, WI --( Reports from across Wisconsin indicate that white-tail deer movement has picked up considerably in the last week, with bucks beginning to pursue does even during the day.

Surrey, BC --( Mountain Hunter Magazine is looking for stories about backcountry trips in British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

The most activity continues to be near dusk and at night, and conservation wardens across the state are reporting increased numbers of car-vehicle collisions in the last week. Drivers should slow down and

If you enjoyed an exceptional hunting or fishing trip with a GOABC member, tell us about it! A published story is a great way to preserve memories from your recent adventure and the best compliment you can


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watch for deer along roads. If a deer crosses the road, be prepared for another deer following closely behind.

DNR Outdoor Report in Portable Document Format (Requires Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®)

With leaf drop done across most of the north and progressing rapidly in central and southern Wisconsin, archery deer hunters reported a big increase in success this week, with many nice bucks reported. Crop harvest is also progressing rapidly, which is also making it easier for hunters to spot deer.

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Information Sought in Michigan Moose Poaching Incident

The strong winds of a week ago brought in the first flights of northern ducks and increased the number of Canada geese moving into the state. Diving duck numbers are building to peaks on the Upper Mississippi River and large inland water bodies. The aerial counts for pools 7, 8, and 9 on the Upper Miss exceeded 80,000 canvasbacks early last week.

OCT 28, 2011 03:26P.M. Information Sought in Michigan Moose Poaching Incident in Marquette County

Pheasant hunters are reporting very good success on the stocked state hunting grounds. Woodcock numbers also increased in many locations this week, as their migration seems to be peaking. Trapping has begun and trappers are reporting increased numbers of raccoon and muskrat, with some potholes and marshes that were empty several years ago due to the drought showing muskrat houses again. With all the hunting and trapping activity, fishing has been slower, but some very good reports are coming in from anglers who are still fishing. Water temperatures have now dropped into the low 50s and upper 40s on northern lakes, and many lakes either have or are turning over. Musky anglers have continued to provide most of the fishing pressure, with nearly all having switched to live suckers now. Some very good crappie and bluegill action is also being reported on the backwaters of the Mississippi and Wisconsin rivers.

Michigan Department of Natural Resources Michigan --( Conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources are seeking information about a moose poaching incident that occurred sometime between the evening of Oct. 26 and the morning of Oct. 27 in southern Humboldt Township in Marquette County.

Water flows on Lake Michigan tributaries have been kept pretty constant with some timely rains, but levels have now been dropping. This has helped to extend the fish run through October. Salmon were still being reported in most tributaries this week, but numbers have been declining. Egg collection at spawning facilities is coming to a close, after a very successful year. DNR fish crews netting sturgeon on the Wisconsin River below the Prairie du Sac Dam this week pulled in a 46-and-a-half pound bighead carp, an invasive fish. This is the second bighead carp documented on the Lower Wisconsin River. Bighead carp are a concern because they eat plankton and can potentially decrease populations of native fish and mussels.

The DNR received a call from a township resident about a severed moose head placed on top of a rock with a sign leaning against it reading, “Wolf’s (sic) won’t get this one!!” Officers investigating the scene noted the blood had not yet coagulated and the antlers had been removed, placing the poaching of the animal within hours of discovery. The head was discovered in an area by the corner of County Road CF and East Road near Helen Lake. Officers were able to collect fingerprints from the cardboard sign and other evidence in the vicinity. The resident who alerted the DNR to the scene said the head was not there when she came home from work the evening of Oct. 26, but was there by 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 27.

Common Loon migration has begun with birds moving into the bigger lakes in Southern Wisconsin and onto Lake Michigan to stage before they leave for the Gulf Coast for the winter. People can follow the loon migration online at the USGS Loon website (exit DNR).

Persons with information about this or any natural resources violation can call the DNR’s Report All Poaching (RAP) Line 24 hours a day tollfree at 800-292-7800 or can contact Lt. Tim Robson at the DNR’s Marquette Operations Service Center between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 906-228-6561. Information can be left anonymously, and often monetary rewards are offered for information that leads to the arrest of violators.

Tamaracks, the only conifer in Wisconsin to turn color and drop leaves, are now bright gold across northern and central Wisconsin, and a second burst of fall color has arrived in southern Wisconsin this week, with trees that were green last week turning red/rust color, and many yellow leaves still holding on.


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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information about the department, go to

The Dura-Block technology, featured in this line of bowhunting apparel, is a scent-inhibiting fabric powered by X-Odor Technology. X-Odor is a revolutionary yarn technology featuring activated carbon, as well as nano-silver fibers, that provide scent-controlling protection for the life of the garment.

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The Men’s Game Winner Dura-Block Soft-Shell Bow Jacket – This jacket is ideal for bow hunters looking for the latest scent-control technology coupled with a flexible and quiet material for their next hunt. Made from 86% polyester and 14% spandex material, the camo jacket features Pit Zips to help keep you cool and comfortable in the heat.

OCT 28, 2011 03:21P.M. Game Winner Bowhunting Apparel at Academy Features Dura-Block Scent-Inhibiting Technology.

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COLUMBUS, Georgia --( This bowhunting apparel, available in Realtree AP, is a part of the new Game Winner line at Academy Sports & Outdoors that includes the innovative Dura-Block scent-inhibiting technology.

• a 6-pocket system to easily access and carry your gear • semi-lock zipper pullers for added quietness


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Game Winner Dura-Block Hunting Gloves — Dura-Block scentinhibiting technology is woven into the ultra-soft fleece lining. The gloves are equipped with a comfortable neoprene cuff and a hook-and-loop adjustment to get that perfect fit. The gloves also offer a contoured fit with gripper palms and finger tips for excellent control. Game Winner Dura-Block Soft-Shell Beanie — Stay warm on the hunt with the Dura-Block Soft-Shell Beanie. The beanie is made from 86% polyester and 14% spandex material with a Dura-Block fleece lining to help control your scent. The fabric is wind-resistant, breathable, and features a Realtree AP camo pattern. Tags: Bowhunting Gear, Camo, Outerwear, Realtree


TV Personality Kristy Titus Joins Team Elk

MISSOULA, Mont. --( Outdoor television personality and seminar speaker Kristy Titus is the latest celeb to join the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation as a feature member of Team Elk.

OCT 28, 2011 01:45P.M. TV Personality Kristy Titus Joins Team Elk

RMEF recently launched the Team Elk concept to help capture the spirit of all RMEF members, now more than 180,000 strong, working together for a common goal–ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat. “Every member of RMEF is a member of Team Elk,” said Steve Decker, vice president of marketing for RMEF, “and feature members are folks who are both passionate about our mission and well positioned to represent us to new and larger audiences. Kristy fits that role. She knows elk hunting, she’s a terrific ambassador for women in the outdoors, and she loves RMEF. We’re excited to welcome her as a feature member of Team Elk.” Other feature members include country music stars Easton Corbin and Craig Morgan, baseball hall-of-famer Goose Gossage, NASCAR personality Kerry Earnhardt, professional bull riding champions Dustin Elliott and Austin Meier, football legend Walt Garrison, hunting pros Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, and others.

Kristy Titus - Pursue the Wild

Along with her Team Elk contemporaries, Titus will lend her name, fame, appearances and audience reach to help advance the RMEF cause. “Some of my best memories are of elk hunting with my dad while packed deep into the backcountry on mules,” said Titus. “When I was 13, I was with my dad when he called in and harvested a 5×5 bull on public land in Idaho. Memories like this are why I am proud to serve RMEF and its mission in conservation and education, helping to ensure that the legacy of the hunting tradition continues for generations to come.” The Oregon native is a lifelong hunter and angler. Her passions include elk hunting, bowhunting, do-it-yourself outdoor adventures of all kinds,


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conservation, fitness and empowering women to enjoy sporting traditions. Learn more at

Camp students will receive expert coaching in the fundamental principles and techniques of conventional and international pistol shooting.

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: Snowy peaks, dark timber basins and grassy meadows. Elk country. RMEF is leading a conservation initiative that has protected or enhanced more than 6 million acres–an area larger than Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Glacier, Yosemite, Rocky Mountain and Great Smoky Mountains national parks combined–for elk, other wildlife and hunters. RMEF also is a strong voice for America’s hunting heritage, access, wildlife management and policy issues. RMEF members, partners and volunteers, working together as Team Elk, are making a difference for elk country. Join us at or 800-CALL ELK.

“This is a great opportunity for any youngster who wants to improve his or her pistol skills and advance to national or international levels,” said Head Coach Richard Pearson. “All instruction and coaching will be conducted by outstanding NRA Certified Coaches.” The camp is primarily designed for intermediate and advanced shooters, but beginners will be accepted on a space-available basis. Shooters need to be at least 12 years old. Students who have not reached their 18th birthday by July 1, 2012, must be accompanied to Camp Perry by an adult sponsor (age 21 or older). An adult may not sponsor more than three junior students.

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Enrollment will be limited to 50 students. AMMOLAND.COM SHOOTING SPORTS NEWS The pistol camp activities will not conflict with the .22 cal. stage of the National Pistol Championships, and students enrolled at the pistol camp will be able to also participate in the .22 cal. matches. Entry fees for the National Championships are not included in the camp registration fees.

NRA Sets Dates for 2012 National Junior Pistol Camp OCT 28, 2011 11:55A.M.

REGISTRATION AND FEES: NRA Sets Dates for 2012 National Junior Pistol Camp Registration forms and fees for the camp will be accepted at NRA Headquarters on a first-come, first-served basis. For all mailed entries, the earliest postmarks will be used to determine order of acceptance. Registration fees cover all administrative costs and training materials. (The registration fees do not cover other costs such as travel and room and board.) • · Travel Expense Reimbursement: First-time campers are eligible for tuition and travel reimbursements up to $500.00 per individual, up to a total of $5000.00 for the entire camp. You must provide receipts and or vehicle mileage. The Ohio Gun Collectors Association generously provides this support. • · Advance Registration: The fee for advance registration is $200.00 per student, and must be received by the NRA no later than June 15, 2012. National Rifle Association

• · Standard Registration: The fee for standard registration is $225.00 per student. This fee will be charged for students whose registration materials are received after June 15, 2012 (postmarks will determine acceptance of all mailed materials), or for students who register directly at Camp Perry.

FAIRFAX, Va. --( Some of America’s top shooters will be in the news next year as they compete in the 2012 Olympic Games in London. And Junior shooters with their own Olympic dreams should sign up early for NRA’s annual Junior Pistol Camp, to be held July 10-14, 2012, at Camp Perry, Ohio, in conjunction with NRA’s National Rifle and Pistol Championships. This camp is without doubt one of the single most effective training sessions in competitive pistol shooting a Junior can find.

• · In the case of cancellation, refunds will be issued less a 20 percent administrative fee. For registration forms and additional information, call or write: National Rifle Association


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Training Department Education and Training Division 11250 Waples Mill Road Fairfax, VA 22030 (703) 267-1411 For more information on NRA’s National Rifle and Pistol Championships, visit: Shooting Illustrated About: Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. Four million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and to advocate enforcement of existing laws against violent offenders to reduce crime. The Association remains the nation’s leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the military. Visit:

Fairfax, VA --( Scary costumes may be a Halloween tradition, but when a real bogeyman shows up at your house intent on doing you bodily harm under cover of darkness, it’s far from a treat. Gain that nighttime tactical advantage during these haunting times by visiting, where you’ll find a web-exclusive look at the proper use of weaponlights by Steve Adelmann, as well as video report from Gunsite on the basics of using a handheld flashlight in concert with your handgun.

Tags: Competitive Shooting News, NRA, Youth Shooting program

After reading Ed Head’s look at the proper steps you and your family should take if your home is invaded and a comprehensive test of Crimson Trace’s Lightguard by Say Uncle’s Chance Ballew, you’ll realize a wellprepared citizen can own the night.


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In the festive spirit of Halloween, however, Bryce Towsley’s hair-raising experience at Outbreak Omega 4 is also featured on the website. The veteran 3-gun shooter didn’t quite know what to expect at the zombieslaying event, where gear used varied from AR-15s to special knives, swords, bats and even a chainsaw.

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Big Giveaways & New Ammo This Week on Gun Talk Radio OCT 28, 2011 11:25A.M. Big Giveaways & New Ammo This Week on Gun Talk Radio

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Championship. Advanced Armament’s Kevin Brittingham stops in with details on this new caliber. Find out more at David Codrea, the National Gun Rights Examiner columnist also stops by with the latest news from the firearms world. Check out his column at The Remington VERSA MAX tour is still trucking though the U.S., with a stop on Sunday at the National Sporting Clays Association Championship in San Antonio, Texas from 9am to 5pm, where participants can try out the new VERSA Max Shotgun. A big giveaway with Remington and Gun Talk will be announced this Sunday as well. More on the tour can be found at

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About: In its 17th year of national syndication, Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio airs live on Sundays from 2PM-5PM Eastern, and runs on more than 120 stations, plus on XM (Ch. 165) Satellite Radio. All Gun Talk shows can be downloaded as podcasts at and Apple iTunes, or through one of the available Apps: the Gun Talk iPhone App, the Blackberry Podcast App, the Android App and the Gun Talk App for Android on Amazon. More information is available at

MANDEVILLE, LA --( It’s a big giveaway announcement, new ammunition for the AR, and more, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk (R) Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports. Sometimes, the hardest part of concealed carrying is the concealment. Mark Craighead of CrossBreed Holsters has solved that problem with his popular inside-the-waistband SuperTuck and MiniTuck holsters.

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Craighead drops by Gun Talk to talk about the holsters he designed, and the other new products from Crossbreed. See them for yourself at


ARMED AMERICAN RADIO Grows with addition of KCMX 880 AM, Medford Oregon

As of November 1st, residents of Wisconsin will legally be allowed to carry concealed. Tune in Sunday to hear what this means for the state from Chairman of Wisconsin Carry, Inc., Nik Clark. More information is available at

OCT 28, 2011 11:16A.M. ARMED AMERICAN RADIO Grows with addition of KCMX 880 AM, Medford Oregon

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Developed by Advanced Armament, the 300AAC Blackout is already showing off – used by competitor Daniel Horner to take 1st overall in the Tactical Optics division of the 2011 USPSA Multigun National

Atlanta GA --( Nationally syndicated Armed American Radio continues its rapid affiliate growth with the addition of Newstalk 880 AM KCMX in Medford, Oregon. AAR will air every Sunday


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JPFO Responds To Jewish Democrat Group’s Twisted Accusation

Syndicated host Mark Walters said, “Medford, Oregon is a beautiful place, one I have visited before and hope to again soon. Like the rest of the gorgeous state of Oregon, Medford has a rich tradition and history built upon our firearms rights. I’m proud to be filling Medford’s prescription for freedom on Newstalk AM 880”!

OCT 28, 2011 11:12A.M. Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership Responds To Jewish Democrat Group’s Twisted Accusation by Rabbi Dovid Bendory, Rabbinic Director, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership. Copyright 2011 JPFO

Adding affiliate stations at an unprecedented pace since its syndication two years ago, AAR now airs in dozens of markets across America from Florida to Alaska every Sunday evening from 8-11pm ET, 5-8 pm PT and is the fastest growing nationally syndicated, pro-gun radio broadcast in America. Focusing on the right to carry a firearm, Mark Walters and the Armed American Radio Network bring listeners the news, information and truth about the right to carry that the mainstream media simply ignore! For more information, or to schedule an interview, please contact: Mark Walters Host Armed American Radio Network 386-AAR-Mark (386)-227-6275 Armed American Radio is syndicated on the Salem Radio Network. For media kit information, please visit

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About: Armed American Radio is the most free-thinking, politically incorrect radio station in the U.S.A. We discuss liberty, self-defense, weapons, family, friends, and life. Visit:

Washington, DC --( The National Jewish Democratic Council has gratuitously attacked JPFO in a blog posting. Here’s their attack: (Portions of the NJDC commentary are presented below and are followed by comments from JPFO’s Rabbinic Director.)

Tags: AAR, Armed American Radio, Mark Walters, Pro Gun Radio NJDC Denounces Depiction of Eric Holder in Nazi Uniform NJDC — October 12, 2011 – 11:17 am “The National Jewish Democratic Council denounces the photo shopped images of Attorney General Eric Holder as a Nazi and former Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives head Ken Melson as Nuremberg defendant as posted by Mike Vanderboegh—a right wing blogger who has appeared recently on Fox News and was honored in September by Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO).” “Unfortunately, after allowing individuals such as Glenn Beck and Hank Williams, Jr. to use Holocaust rhetoric during their appearances on the air, it is unlikely that Fox


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News will do the right thing and repudiate Vanderboegh. Indeed, Fox News’ own chief executive compared NPR executives to the Nazis and lashed out at those criticizing the network for allowing such behavior to take place.

Eric Holder is covering up “Fast and Furious” and he will perhaps be tossed under the bus by his Superior. Vanderboegh likens Holder’s dilemma to Hitler’s orders to Nazi General von Paulus at Stalingrad to fight down to the last man. Vanderboegh compared Eric Holder’s hopeless situation to that of a general in a suicidal battle.

That leaves JPFO—a Jewish group that recently awarded Vanderboegh — to act responsibly and make it clear that his behavior is unacceptable.”

This is “Holocaust rhetoric”? Or perhaps the comparison has its merits? Holder’s final fate will likely have much to do with what he has on his boss. After all, a finger pointed at the Oval Office might keep Holder out of jail. Could it be that – in Vanderboegh’s words – Eric Holder has been sent on a suicide mission, having been “assigned by Barack Obama to defend the DOJ kessel of the Gunwalker Plot Cover-up to the last man”?

[The full article can be found here. ] JPFO’s response: The NJDC has orchestrated a blatant distraction. The National Jewish Democratic Council, along with every other left wing anti-gun group, is desperately trying to distract Americans from the felonious scandal known as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives’ (BATFE’s) “Fast and Furious“.

Vanderboegh then compared ex-BATFE Acting Director Kenneth Melson (he finally got “reassigned”, we should remember) to a defendant in a war crimes tribunal. Might this comparison also be appropriate? Maybe the National Jewish Democratic Council should ask the Attorney General of Mexico — or the families of any of the victims murdered by drug runners armed by the BATFE in Fast and Furious – if they would like to see charges filed against Melson or Holder?

Note that the NJDC does not mention why JPFO gave the “David and Goliath Award” to Vanderboegh (and his associate David Codrea). The fact is that Vanderboegh and Codrea unearthed an international political and law enforcement scandal that makes Watergate look like school yard hijinks.

Could it be that NJDC simply doesn’t want America to pay attention to what happened in Fast and Furious? Or to what this grotesque operation says about the Obama administration? Someone very high up gave the order to launch “Fast and Furious”. If Holder knew about it, his order was criminal; if he didn’t, he was criminally negligent in his oversight of BATFE (or of his own DOJ, if the orders originated there). Instead of attacking Vanderboegh for his satire or attempting to besmirch JPFO for awarding Vanderboegh’s history making journalism, why doesn’t the NJDC go after the truth in “Fast and Furious”? We at JPFO emphatically stand by our award to Mike Vanderboegh and David Codrea, and furthermore we hope that both these freedom loving Americans will someday be considered for Pulitzer Prizes for their outstanding investigative work.

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We are repulsed by the orchestrated distraction and moral corruption demonstrated by those who support the Obama Administration and its perverse ethics in this matter.

The NJDC insinuates that JPFO is somehow involved with the satirical images that it (NJDC) finds distasteful … or that we even presented an award for the satire. In fact, the award we presented – which predates the satire in question – was for exposing a scandal far darker than any satire anyone could possibly create with photoshop.

“Fast and Furious” functioned as an evidence planting scheme that would support the Obama administration’s lies regarding the supply of American guns to the Mexican drug cartels.

For the record, Vanderboegh described in historical detail the reason for his satirical images. Any Holocaust connection is a ludicrous stretch:

The lie seemed to be working as the BATFE knowingly planted thousands of guns in the hands of the murderous cartels. As could be expected, those guns surfaced in crime scenes that involved the murders of hundreds of innocents. Were it not for patriots like Mike Vanderboegh, David Codrea, and a small and courageous group of honest BATFE agents (who broke the story to Vanderboegh) this


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administration would still embrace the evil and bloody manipulations of “Fast and Furious”. I beseech American Jews to distance themselves from organizations like NJDC that support the “Fast and Furious” regime. Visit the web site of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership ( Educate yourselves about the BATFE. And then wake up! Firearms International Self Defense, Special-Ops and Tactical Association

Blessings and Shalom, Rabbi Dovid Bendory Rabbinic Director Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (

Sarasota, Fl. --( Announcing a Brand New Association, the Firearms International Self Defense(MMA), Special-Ops and Tactical Association (FISST).

About: Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership Mission is to destroy “gun control” and to encourage Americans to understand and defend all of the Bill of Rights for everyone. Those are the twin goals of Wisconsinbased Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO). Founded by Jews and initially aimed at educating the Jewish community about the historical evils that Jews have suffered when they have been disarmed, JPFO has always welcomed persons of all religious beliefs who share a common goal of opposing and reversing victim disarmament policies while advancing liberty for all.

FISST caters to North, Central, South America, the Caribbean and Globally. or Military, Law Enforcement, MMA, Gun Related Businesses and Enthusiasts. Join now membership is free and growing. It is FREE to join: Benefits include:

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Firearms International Self Defense, Special-Ops and Tactical Association Opens Membership

About: FISST was created to assist it’s members in acquiring new business, to network with their peers from all over the world, to help acquire better more up to date training, and to address issues and concerns which could help them become more proficient in their field of expertise. Suppliers can learn how to become more streamlined and profitable. FISST will also help by giving educational information, programs, networking and Free advertising. Visit:

OCT 28, 2011 10:54A.M. Firearms International Self Defense, Special-Ops and Tactical Association Opens Membership

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Rep Walsh Calls for Attorney General Holder to Resign

ACTION: Please click here to ask your Representative to follow Walsh’s lead in calling for Attorney General Eric Holder to resign.

OCT 28, 2011 10:43A.M.

Gun Owners of America 8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102 Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: 703-321-8585 FAX: 703-321-8408

Rep Walsh Calls for Attorney General Holder to Resign

About: Gun Owners of America (GOA) is a non-profit lobbying organization formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights of gun owners. GOA sees firearms ownership as a freedom issue. `The only no comprise gun lobby in Washington’ – Ron Paul Gun Owners of America Tags: Eric Holder, Fast & Furious, GOA, Gun Owners of America Washington, DC --( Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) sent a scathing rebuke to Attorney General Eric Holder yesterday and called on him to resign his post at the Justice Department.


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Noting that Holder needed to “take responsibility” for implicating the United States as an accessory to violent crimes committed by the Mexican drug cartels, Walsh blasted the Attorney General for the role he played in the “subsequent cover-up” of the failed Fast and Furious operation.

OCT 28, 2011 10:38A.M. Alan Warren Outdoors Radio Taking Your Calls In A Few Minutes

As detailed by Gun Owners of America on many occasions, Operation Fast and Furious is the gun-running scheme where the Justice Department has approved – and in some cases, helped fund – the purchase and smuggling of firearms into Mexico. The apparent purpose of this gun running scandal was to use the increased violence south of the border as a pretext for more gun control in this country. Sadly, two U.S. federal agents — and hundreds of Mexican citizens — have died as a result of these illegal sales which the FBI approved under the direction of the Obama Administration.

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Rep. Walsh takes Holder to task for “knowingly [forcing] licensed firearms dealers to sell guns to violent criminals” and for claiming that he was “not aware” this happening. As Walsh notes, Holder “received no less than seven memos” detailing the creation and progress of Fast and Furious. “The American people deserve to know the truth regarding Attorney General Eric Holder’s knowledge and role in the Fast and Furious operation,” Walsh said in a statement. “This program was deliberately designed to attack law-abiding American gun-owners and gun-dealers. Why else would an anti-gun Administration force licensed firearms dealers to sell guns to violent criminals?”

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9:15am CT this morning and you’re invited to listen and call in.


We’ll be talking about Youth Hunting, Outdoor Education and about on line “forums” and the folks who seem to have made complaining and criticizing others (on line) their hobby.

Maryland Black Bear Hunt Closed OCT 28, 2011 10:07A.M.

It’ll be a fun two hours for sure. And by listening to the “stream” this morning, you’ll hear the “raw” conversation during the commercial breaks. Some say that’s the best part of the show!

Maryland Black Bear Hunt Closed

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Oakland, Md. --( The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) closed the 2011 black bear hunting season at 9 p.m. today with hunters reporting 65 bears to mandatory check stations in Western Maryland. DNR opened the season Monday, October 24 in Garrett and Allegany counties.

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“Maryland’s black bear hunters enjoyed another safe and successful hunting season,” said Harry Spiker, Game Mammal Section Leader for DNR’s Wildlife & Heritage Service. “The cool, mild weather during the first two days kept hunters in the woods and helped DNR meet its management goal in four days.”

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The average live weight of the bears taken this year was 154 pounds. Colton Lucas, 12, of Kitzmiller, Md., took the largest bear of the season, a 376 pound male.

In the meantime remember, you can always listen to the show live online here on our website. And if you’d like to join the show LIVE and get on the air with Alan, call him at 1-877-956-9566 each Saturday morning from 5:00-7:00am Central Tim. Visit:

The hunt by the numbers: • 65 bears taken • 59 from Garrett County, 6 from Allegany County

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• 154 lbs. average weight • 69% of the bears were taken on private land • 533 hunters participated in the hunt and 3,915 hunters applied for a permit • 55% of the successful hunters were residents of Garrett and Allegany counties For more information about Maryland’s black bears visit The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is the state agency responsible for providing natural and living resource-related services to


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citizens and visitors. DNR manages nearly one-half million acres of public lands and 17,000 miles of waterways, along with Maryland’s forests, fisheries and wildlife for maximum environmental, economic and quality of life benefits. A national leader in land conservation, DNRmanaged parks and natural, historic and cultural resources attract 11 million visitors annually. DNR is the lead agency in Maryland’s effort to restore the Chesapeake Bay, the state’s number one environmental priority. Learn more at


Half-Cocked: No gifts at the Canadian Gun Registry… OCT 28, 2011 09:44A.M. No Gifts at the Canadian Gun Registry – Half-Cocked Cartoons by My Gun Culture

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Bobwhite Basics Brochure Now Available OCT 28, 2011 09:56A.M. Bobwhite Basics Brochure Now Available

About: Tom McHale describes himself as a conservative gun-totin’ bible-clingin’ literary assault dude who enjoys finding humor in just about anything. His web blog My Gun Culture is an irreverent, twisted look at gun news bordering on the ridiculous. It covers shootin’ stuff, loud noises, defending your own, the occasional mall ninja, and about 200 years of the American way. These are the (partially) true stories of My Gun Culture says Tom. Visit:

New Jersey Fish and Game Trenton, NJ --( The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is pleased to announce the 2011 Bobwhite Basics brochure is now available.

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Originally published in May 2003, the updated version is a handy reference on Habitat Basics, Nesting, Brood Habitat, Fall/Winter Activities, Foods, Management Overview and Bobwhite Facts. For a .pdf version, visit on the division’s website. To obtain a hard copy, please send a self-addressed, stamped ($0.44) #10 envelope to NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife, Bobwhite Basics Brochure, PO Box 418, Port Republic, NJ 08241-0418. 2011 Bobwhite Basics


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Allowing the take of javelina and turkey with rimfire handguns. This amendment was requested by members of the public during previous hunt guideline discussions. The Department believes this is an effective and ethical method of take.

Crossbows, Hunting Dogs & Handguns – Oh My OCT 28, 2011 09:34A.M.

Allowing the take of upland game birds and Eurasian collared doves with a pneumatic weapon. This amendment was requested at a public Commission Meeting. The Department believes this is an effective and ethical method of take and does not in conflict with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

Crossbows, Hunting Dogs & Handguns – Oh My Notice of Exempt Rulemaking to amend R12-4-304. Comments accepted through Nov. 16.

Allowing the take of cottontail rabbits, tree squirrels, upland game birds, and Eurasian collared doves with pneumatic weapons and hand-held projectiles. This amendment was requested by members of the public during previous hunt guideline discussions. The Department believes this is an effective and ethical method of take. Allowing the take of coyotes and mountain lions with artificial light. This is proposed to give the commission the authority to open a season allowing the take of coyotes or mountain lions from dusk to dawn in game management units where coyote or mountain lion depredation on antelope, mule deer, and bighorn sheep are considered to be a significant factor in recruitment. Clarifying that pursuit with dogs for cottontail rabbits, tree squirrels, upland game birds, and birds is a lawful activity. This amendment was requested at a public commission meeting. While this activity is currently allowed, it is not addressed in rule.

Arizona Game and Fish Department PHOENIX, AZ – -( The Arizona Game and Fish Department proposes to amend R12-4-304 to implement recently passed legislation and increase hunter opportunity by expanding allowable methods for the take of wild mammals, birds, and reptiles.

Allowing an individual to use dogs as a lawful method to take predatory and furbearing animals, small game, and nongame mammals. This amendment was requested at a public commission meeting. The sport of using dogs to pursue and take wildlife has existed in North America since colonial days. This rule amendment clarifies that the take of predatory and furbearing animals, small game, and nongame mammals with dogs is a lawful activity.

Amendments are also proposed to make the rule less restrictive, increase clarity, and improve consistency with other subsections of the rule. Amendments include:

Referring to the Raymond Wildlife Area by providing the Game Management Units (GMU) instead of the Wildlife Area. This is proposed to reduce confusion regarding GMU boundaries.

Clarifying the use of crossbows; this is proposed to improve consistency and reduce confusion among hunters regarding the use of crossbows. Allowing crossbows and bows that are drawn and held with an assisting device for the take of specific wildlife; this is proposed to make the rule less restrictive, increase clarity, and improve consistency with other subsections of the rule.

The commission approved the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking at the Oct. 14, 2011 commission meeting and will review the final rulemaking at the Dec. 2, 2011 commission meeting. To view the Notice of Exempt Rulemaking, visit

Reducing the minimum standard pull weight for bows; this is proposed to reflect current technological advances.

The Department will accept comments through Nov. 16; to submit comments, call (480) 528-7986 or e-mail or

Allowing the take of mountain lion with shotgun shooting shot. This amendment was requested by members of the public during previous hunt guideline discussions. The Department believes this is an effective and ethical method of take and anticipates that the additional number of mountain lions taken using this method will be minimal.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or disability in its programs and activities. If anyone believes that they have been discriminated against in any of the AGFD’s programs or activities, including


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employment practices, they may file a complaint with the Director’s Office, 5000 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85086-5000, (602) 9423000, or with the Fish and Wildlife Service, 4040 N. Fairfax Dr. Ste. 130, Arlington, VA 22203. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation or this document in an alternative format by contacting the Director’s Office as listed above. Tags: Arizona, Arizona Game and Fish Commission, Crossbows, Handgun Shooting, Hunting Dogs


Silencerco Launches Official Website For ‘Silencers Are Legal’


OCT 28, 2011 09:22A.M.

Salt Lake City, UT --( SilencerCo, the leader in firearm suppressors manufacturing has launched the official “Silencers Are Legal” website which provides pertinent information on the benefits of owning a suppressor, how to legally obtain one, and what to do to make silencers legal in your state.

Silencerco Launches Official Website For “Silencers Are Legal”

The “Silencers Are Legal” website will recognize the IP address of the user and adjust the content according to users state and will let the user know if silencers are indeed legal in their respective state, and if they are not provide information what on steps to take and other options for legally obtaining a silencer. The “Silencers Are Legal” website provides information sections of History, Benefits, Ownership Details, Questions & Answers and a Dealer Map. The site provides the forms needed and other information that most gun enthusiasts might not be aware when dealing with the BATF, the onetime $200 transfer fee, and other legal issues surrounding NFA items. The Question & Answer section will provide any and all information necessary for anyone interested suppressor ownership. Why are suppressors so popular? Suppressors save hearing, increase situational awareness, improve accuracy and most importantly save lives. Suppressors can be used for personal protection, hearing protection, hunting, increased accuracy, benefits for professionals and it is your right.

Silencerco Launches Official Website For ‘Silencers Are Legal’

Josh Waldron, CEO of SilencerCo states, “There is so much misinformation and lack of knowledge when it comes to suppressors and silencers that we felt the best way to help educate and provide information to anyone interested in owning a suppressor/silencer was to launch this website. The ‘Silencers Are Legal’ website will answer any questions that someone who has ever thought about owning a suppressor/silencer and show them that yes, indeed Silencers are in fact legal.” Please visit:


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About SilencerCo SilencerCo was founded in 2008 with the mission to provide consumer, military and law enforcement, with premier silencers. In order to achieve this, Silencerco develops products in unconventional ways; using innovation, creative solutions, and forward thinking to improve product’s function, ease of use, and maintenance. Tags: Gun Gear, Hearing Protection, New Websites, Silencerco, Silencers, Suppressors


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