CSF Joins Lawsuit Against State of California Regarding Firearm Marketing Law

On Friday August 5, a coalition of outdoor groups including CSF sued the State of California in Sacramento’s federal district court. In response to Gov. Newsom’s approval of AB-2571, which seeks to prohibit the marketing of firearms to youth, CSF along with SoCal Top Guns, Safari Club International, and the Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, have brought forth a legal challenge against this vague piece of legislation which negatively impacts youth education programs, will reduce hunting access for young persons, and could stunt R3 efforts in the Golden State.


Annual August Recess Clays Competition Enjoys Another Successful Year

CSF Leads Community Effort to Support Use of Traditional Ammo and Tackle within National Wildlife Refuge System

Proposal for New National Marine Sanctuary Receives Support from Angling Community

Celebrating your Roots as a Sportsman or Sportswoman

A Look Back at Massachusetts’ Legislative Session: Sportsmen’s Issues in the Spotlight

CSF Hosts Webinar Focused on Misguided Opposition to Timber Management on Public Lands

National Shooting Sports Month Welcomed at Front Range Field Day

(September 14) 
2022 Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit (November 29-December 02) 



Archery Deer Hunters: AZGFD Makes Changes to Over-The-Counter, Nonpermit-Tag Opportunity (Arizona Game and Fish Department)

Fish and Wildlife Commission Rejects Proposed Wolf Rule (Methow Valley News)

Green Top Expo Scheduled for First Weekend in October (Green Top)

National Shooting Sports Month 2022 (NSSF)

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Leasing Fields for Dove Season (Chattanoogan)


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