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Save Your Guns

Hunters and Conservation

And where were all those anti-gun, anti-hunting groups?

There was an increase in the total value of hunting licenses, permits and stamps of 2.4% over 2001. While the total number of hunters remains near 115 million, hunters spent 2.6% more in the latest reporting year, a total of $658,993,798, in pursuit of their sport. And, since 1939, in special taxes paid only by hunters and shooters, almost $4 billion has been contributed toward conservation.