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Previous ImageEnlargeNext Image 1 / 3 TULSA, Oklahoma –Guns are now allowed on school grounds, but you shouldn’t ever see them. New rules went into effect, but it still means no weapons will actually be allowed in classrooms or any school building. Licensed handgun owners can now bring their weapons on school property, but they must stay …

An interim legislative study will look once again at allowing licensed faculty, staff and students to carry weapons on Oklahoma college campuses. Higher education officials say it would make campuses more dangerous. Allowing students, faculty and staff to carry guns on campus would make Oklahoma’s colleges and universities safer, say lawmakers who are pushing for …

Wednesday’s vote is the first time either legislative chamber has mustered enough votes to override a veto during Fallin’s administration, the governor’s press secretary said. The state House on Wednesday voted 86-3 to override Gov. Mary Fallin’s veto of a firearms bill. Wednesday’s vote is the first time either legislative chamber has mustered enough votes …

The Oklahoma legislature is sending a constitutional amendment to the people for a vote in November of 2014.   It is meant to clarify and strengthen the right to keep and bear arms.   The desire and need for such clarification is understandable.   The current Article II, Section 26, reads: “The right of a citizen to keep …

Elk City, Oklahoma, parents were outraged and confused after a kid’s baseball team announced they would be raffling tickets for an AR-15 to help raise funds. The Elk City Outlaws are raffling tickets for an AR-15 and while some parents disagree with the tactic, head coach Denny Geno explained that in western Oklahoma, “there’s a …

Editor’s Note: This feature first appeared yesterday in The Archery Wire (www.archerywire.com).  Does the nation’s largest anti-hunting and animal rights organization solicit contributions from the public under dubious pretense during times of national disaster, only to funnel those assets to further its agenda to end certain types of legal hunting and agricultural practices? The Attorney …

It’s a building of dignity and honor, but what happened at the state capitol recently has law enforcement crying shame. “Everybody in that building knew who we were,” said Wagoner county sheriff Bob Colbert, who, along with 40 other sheriffs from around the state, converged on the capitol as they do every year to meet …

Any sportsman knows that the right piece of wildlife or outdoor-related artwork can create just the right atmosphere in a home, lake cabin or hunting camp. Whether it is a sculpture of a deer, a painting of a lone coyote or a hand-crafted wood carving, nature-focused artwork has a way of grabbing the attention of …