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...continued from page one jured while attacking the victim, and lawsuits by the criminal's survivors if the victim gunned him down.

...continued from page one Commission about the new approach to trout stocking. The rationale has caused some head scratching.

  • HB 544. This bill will require

County Boards of Election to dis- close to the public a list of all candi- dates in an election. This will, in turn, enable grass root groups to know who to target for issue related questionnaires so the groups can develop voters’ guides.

  • New legislation, to be introduced

by Rep. Daryl Metcalf and Sen. John Pippy, that will end the regis- tration database.

  • Our friends at the McDonald Sports-

mens’ Club have asked us to let you know about their 3-D Archery Shoot. The first matches are March 18 and 19 and April 22 and 23. The shoot is open to the public. The fee is $10 and registration is 7:00AM - 1:00PM. There are 40 targets. Cross bows are welcome. For more information call Match Director Bruce Mazar at (412) 331-3070.

  • A special congratulations goes out to

the Mt. Lebanon High School Rifle Team. At the recent WPIAL team championship held at the Club range, the Blue Devils captured the bronze, missing sliver by one point. On top of that, the team grabbed another bronze at the PIAA state champi- onships. And what’s so special, you may ask? Well, all the shooters on the team are members of DMSC—Mat Brandt, Dave Braun, Arienne Cauchie, Cody Gonze, Lisa King, Molly Mathews, Tim May, Eric Ostergaard, Derek Stein, Kristi Webler, and Tom Yang. Oh yes, they are coached by DMSC Director George Dietz.

Stolfer’s FOAC political action committee monitors and evaluates legislative initia- tives and voting records of elected offi- cials, and evaluates candidates for state- wide office. This information is put in voter guides and distributed throughout the state. Gun clubs and gun owners who ref- erence this material can be a deciding fac- tor in every race in the state. Kim encour- aged the members to join in and not be discouraged from being involved. “Join in and take it to a different level.”

  • Spring gobbler season opens April 29.

The deadline to apply for a second spring gobbler tag is April 1. See page 36 of your hunting digest for details. There have been 3500 applications for a second bird tag.

  • Trout season runs April 15 at 8:00AM

through September 4. Generally, on the state’s inland waters the minimum length is 7 inches and the harvest limit is 5. Re- member, from April 15 through June 15, bass are “no harvest—catch and release only”.

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