It was a tomb for African elephants, with about 425 pieces of tusks carved to resemble tribesmen and totems, “one of the largest known caches of illegal elephant ivory in the United States,” court records said, worth about $1 million.
These liberals who believe that criminals will abide by a "national background check" are sure a special kinda stupid, aren't they? Gabby, Sarah, Bloomberg and the whole bunch of liberals are kidding themselves... Oh boy... Oh the horror... the horror...
Pronghorn Antelope Poaching near Casper Grows to 50 Mile Long Crime Scene
CASPER – The number of pronghorn antelope poached near Casper continues to grow and now encompasses more than a 50 mile long crime scene. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is still seeking information on the shooting of several antelope west of Casper off 33 Mile Road.
Horse Packing, Blacksmithing, Horse Training & Wolves - Gunrunner Radio This Saturday
Cody’s “Horse Whisperer” and premier blacksmith N.J. Pawley (pictured above) will be on the Gunrunner Radio Show this Saturday as he explains how to get a horse fit for this winter’s hunting, packing equipment and training tips. N.J. had a weekly radio show concerning horses in Montana for years, so this promises to be show with lots of horse information! And just in time for the hunting season! N.J. will also share some horse and hunting experiences in the Cody wilderness areas. Calling into the show will ...
The National Rifle Association is fighting back against former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg as the powerful gun lobby moves to counter an aggressive midterm push from proponents of stronger ...
Federal Judge Ruling Continues Suspension of Wolf Hunting in Wyoming
CHEYENNE – A ruling today (Sept. 30) by a federal district court judge in Washington, D.C. continues the suspension of gray wolf hunting in Wyoming. After two years of hunting, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled on Sept. 23 that Wyoming’s plan was ...
Wyoming Game and Fish Reacts to Federal District Judge Ruling on Wolf Management
CHEYENNE - A ruling today (Sept. 23) by a federal district court judge in Washington, D.C. places gray wolves in Wyoming under federal protection. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department notifies residents and hunters that this suspends the take of gray wolves in Wyoming.
The State of Wyoming anticipates filing a motion to stay this decision this week.
“There are many positives in Judge Jackson’s decision. However, she held that Wyoming’s plan was not ...
Overruling U.S. wildlife officials, a federal judge Tuesday (Sept. 23) restored protections for gray wolves in Wyoming but left intact a determination that the species has recovered and is not endangered or threatened "in a significant portion" of its northern Rocky Mountains range.
Relying on Wyoming data, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service declared that the gray ...
Born November 15, 1955. Residence in Cody, Wyoming. Raised in Dublin, Ohio. Attended Dublin Local Schools, University of Wyoming, Ohio State University, Capital Law School.
Taught high school English/Journalism/Coached at Cody High School, Casper Natrona High School in Casper, Wyoming and Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio. Worked as a
book publisher for Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas. Worked as a direct factory rep/professional shooter/gun salesman for Beretta USA. Last 14 years has owned and
operated Gunrunner Auctions in Burton, Ohio. Opened an extension of Gunrunner Auctions in Cody, Wyoming in the summer of 2013.