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Girls & Guns

From the Spring 2009 issue

Recreational target shooting is greatly dominated by the male portion of society. This trend has existed since firearms came on the scene. Of course, there are some women who actively participate in hunting and shooting sports but, in my opinion, not enough.

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Aging Deer Before Harvest: Turning a Hunter into a Manager

From the Winter 2008 issue

The most widely practiced approach to deer management promotes a balanced sex ratio with an adequate number of older aged bucks. Commonly referred to as Quality Deer Management (QDM), this approach requires protection of young bucks from harvest.

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The Need for Doe Harvest in Mississippi

From the Winter 2008 issue

The quote “All good things must come to an end…,” applies to many situations in life, like your favorite team’s winning record and your summer vacation. Another application of this quote is with deer population management.

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True Grit

From the Winter 2008 issue

George Barry is a hunter. The gunsmith by trade is a competitive sharpshooter and won a national sporting clay championship in 1996. He has hunted all over the world, as well as in 35 United States, including Alaska.

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Chronic Wasting Disease - Mississippi Prepares For The Future

From the Winter 2002 issue

Over the last 35 years chronic wasting disease (CWD) has grown from a novel captive deer syndrome, of only local interest to scientists in Colorado and Wyoming, into the most notorious wildlife disease of our time.

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Scientists Confirm Folk Remedy Repels Mosquitoes

From the Summer 2006 issue

Swatting mosquitoes and dodging other biting bugs is nearly a year-round chore in the Southeast, but such pests are swarming across the country with the advent of summer weather.

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