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Video: The Math Behind a 300-yard Pistol Shot

Not surprisingly, there is a bit of math behind something as audacious as a 300-yard pistol shot. Equipped with some metal targets, a spotting scope, some big brains, and a Beretta Px4 Storm Compact pistol chambered in 9x19mm, Stuart of Panther Ridge Training sets out…

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Coyotes in South Carolina have plateaued, but not at a number that many would like.

South Carolina Coyote Population Stabilizes at New High

Officials from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) say that the coyote population has leveled out over the past few years, but at a much higher number than before. Although there is no accurate estimate of how many coyotes live in South Carolina,…

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Hunters once again harvest more hogs than deer in Louisiana.

Louisiana Hunters Bag More Feral Hogs Than Deer

Over the course of the 2013-2014 season, Louisiana hunters harvested significantly more feral pigs than deer, something that came as no surprise to state biologists. This is because the invasive hog population, referred to by some experts as one of the most worrying environmental issues…

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Alaska Angler Discovers Huge Mammoth Tusk

Last month Andrew Harrelson took his fiancee and two daughters to Alaska’s Fish River for some salmon fishing. It was a nostalgic trip for Harrelson, who grew up in the nearby village of White Mountain and now lives in Nome. Harrelson had spent his childhood…

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Video: Couple Saves Chubby Prairie Dog Stuck in Hole

For prairie dogs, having a burrow is absolutely necessary to their survival. Filled with ventilation ports, nursery chambers, observation posts, and up to six entrances, these luxury homes act as a fort against the elements and predators. Prairie dog burrows are also built so they…

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