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Growing numbers of hunters and sportsmen have grown disenchanted with the National Rifle Association's controversial positions.
And so they should.
from the article: Hunters are taking issue with several NRA positions, including its oppostion to an assault-weapons ban, its criticism of state and federal fish and wildlife agencies' allegedly excessive red tape, and its efforts to reopen roads on federal land that were closed by the Clinton Administration.
"I'm all for hunters rights," said Rick Dykstra, a hunter and former police officer in Milford, Kan. "But when you look at the Second Amendment, I don't think our founding fathers had any way of predicting where firearms would be today."
So glad to hear such sensible and non-inflammatory reports from legal gun owners.
If only our government cared to follow suit and not lick the feet of the NRA.