States use Pittman-Robertson act funding funds to construct and enhance public shooting ranges, from NSSF.
Bear numbers have rebounded in about 60 percent of their historical range thanks in part to Wildlife Restoration funding, from the NSSF.
Finding a place to shoot safely is now easier than ever thanks to a new interactive tool premiered today by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) as part of its 83-year partnership with states, industry and individual firearms.
Marking and recapturing fish is an essential management technique funded by excise taxes through the Sport Fish Restoration Act, from Fishing Tackle Retailer.
Across the country Wildlife Restoration funds from industry excise taxes work to help keep deer healthy and on the landscape, from Archery Business.