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California Fish & Game Commission Holding A Special Meeting Regarding Ammunition For Hunters!

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Your Attendance Is Needed on Monday, August 27!

The California Fish & Game Commission is holding a special meeting, this Monday, August 27, to discuss authorized methods for hunting big game, along with the status of the California condors. 

One of the topics listed on the agenda is the subject of non-lead bullets.  The California legislature is currently considering Assembly Bill 821, that would ban the use of lead ammunition for hunting in various hunting zones in California that incorporate condor range.  There is no proven data that lead ammunition is the cause of the decline of the California condors.  It is important that California hunters and gun owners attend this meeting. 

To view the agenda for this special meeting, please click here. 

This meeting will be held:

Monday, August 27

10:00 A.M.

Resources Building Auditorium

First Floor

1416 Ninth Street

Sacramento, CA 95814


Your attendance is crucial to help protect the future of hunting in California.

Please continue to check www.NRAILA.org for updates on this California issue and other firearms related issues around the nation.

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