Countryside uprising

Shooting sports in the U.S. may have their woes, but it's nothing compared to the troubles hunters in England face.

Updated: May 31, 2006, 7:22 PM ET
By James A. Swan, Ph.D. | Author
"In Defense of Hunting"

I just returned from a conference on civilian firearms ownership and regulation held in the Tower of London, which, some might say, is an appropriate place for a group of pro-gun scholars to gather.

Shooting sports in the United States have their problems, but having the chance to converse with some fellow shooters from England, I came away thankful for what we've got in the good ol' USA.

"Hunting" in Great Britain means tracking with hounds by horseback for fox or deer. Hunting has ...

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Countryside uprising