Anti hunting / shooting groups unit

We are indebted to our friends at for this item regarding one of the latest attacks on shooting and the shooting sports as a whole. Unlike the shooting and conservation organisations around the world, anti hunting, animal rights groups anti gun groups around the world communicate and share information and strategies. They have no problem in creating a lie and then using their network to perpetuate the lie around the world. 

As with all things of this nature, those in defence of an argument can only report the truth, as to do anything else would condemn their belief out of hand, and hand valuable trust to their opponents. As with the case in question, lead, as used in all the shooting sports. Scientific testing and resulting evidence is conclusive with regard to the harm caused when used to take game and the damage to those who eat such game.
Be assured that this argument will be used here eventually to stop shooting in all its forms. So please, do not take those would stop your sport’s word for it. Take a look at the hunt for truth web site and get more information on the subject.

Minnesota Hunters Misled About the Use of Lead Ammunition 

And Lead Poisoning


March 4, 2014Minnesota—Anti-lead ammunition groups are again using faulty science to demonize the use of traditional lead ammunition for hunting, this time in Minnesota.

NRA-ILA responded, informing hunters of the truth regarding hunting with lead ammunition, and asking them to contact the Minnesota DNR and voice their opposition to any attempt to ban lead ammunition for hunting in Minnesota.

Lead ammunition ban proponents like Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) claim that 10 million people are endangered by spent lead ammunition fragments in game shot by hunters.  Despite these inaccurate claims, CBD’s dire predictions about human health risks concerning lead toxicity from traditional ammunition have been proven false.  The NY Department of Environmental Conservation has confirmed that there are no “reported human illnesses related to the consumption of wild game shot with lead ammunition.”  Further, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tested blood lead levels of 738 North Dakotans who consumed wild game meat harvested with lead ammunition and found that their blood lead levels were lower“than the overall population average in the U.S.”  According to the CDC, there have been no cases of human illness linked to venison harvested with lead ammunition.
To counter the scare tactics being employed by so-called environmental groups (a.k.a. anti-lead ammunition and animal rights groups) seeking to ban lead ammunition and significantly limit or ban recreational shooting and hunting, has collected tens of thousands of documents pertaining to the use of lead ammunition. These documents raise serious doubts about the veracity of claims that lead ammunition is poisoning wildlife or humans. will continue to disseminate the truth and debunk the faulty science being used to promote lead ammunition bans across the country.


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