U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Launches Hunter Advancement Task Force

Kali Parmely and Melissa Bachman
Kali Parmely and Melissa Bachman
U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance
U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance

Columbus, OH –-(Ammoland.com)- Guided by our mission to protect hunting, fishing and trapping, USSA is taking a leadership role in fighting cyber attacks made against hunters.

On July 22, 2014, a task force meeting was held at USSA headquarters with key conservation groups and impacted individuals to start the discussion on how to deal with this growing issue of online hunter harassment.

About:The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance is a national association of sportsmen and sportsmen’s organizations that protects the rights of hunters, anglers and trappers in the courts, legislatures, at the ballot, in Congress and through public education programs. Visit www.ussportsmen.org.

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Jan J
Jan J
7 years ago

“[The “sport” is in the HUNT, not in “shooting a defenseless animal”. It is in our genetic code to hunt. Your stance indicates an extreme lack of knowledge of man and his origins.

The hunter pursues wild animals on THEIR TURF, and they possess sensory abilities far superior to that of man.]”

Try telling that to the canned animals that are routinely killed by trophy killers; especially in Africa, but also in the U.S. …… SICK !!

Jo
Jo
7 years ago

We KNOW you are serial killing cowards.

Jo
Jo
7 years ago

They just need to stop killing for so-called sport because it is unacceptable. Simple.

Jodie
Jodie
7 years ago

Strange how such as Melissa Backman and her type get cowardly as soon as they are facing someone or something that is in a postion to stand up to them.

Virginia Mom
Virginia Mom
7 years ago

Bad enough these nutters insist that their craving to kill is “conservation”, but now they want protection? Don’t buy it. Its all a publicity stunt. They are killers, they enjoy it, and they want to keep doing it. Lock ’em up in rubber rooms and toss the keys!

Jo
Jo
7 years ago

What goes around comes around. Why do they presume to continue killing animals for so-called sport.

Jan J
Jan J
7 years ago

Promoters of “sport” violence and brutality are trying to deal with the problem of online harassment? Wow – go figure. What a joke; you may as well just get used to it, because the majority of people just don’t like you. It’s ok for you to harass defenseless creatures, but you don’t want the same. Sorry, but that’s not the way the universe works. What you give out you get back 10x more of.

TSgt B
TSgt B
7 years ago

To “Robin of the West” Maybe you and Batman need to have a serious talk. The “sport” is in the HUNT, not in “shooting a defenseless animal”. It is in our genetic code to hunt. Your stance indicates an extreme lack of knowledge of man and his origins. The hunter pursues wild animals on THEIR TURF, and they possess sensory abilities far superior to that of man. It is more than obvious that you have never been afield in pursuit of a healthy, satisfying meal (or a season’s worth). Wild game is much better for you than the crap you… Read more »

Robin Of The West
Robin Of The West
7 years ago

Tell me again where the “Sport” is and where the bragging rights come from in shooting a defenseless animal while you cower in the bush with your electronic call?

The sooner society rids itself of serial killing cowards, the better.

If you had any guts, you would be in Irag, but those people shoot back, don’t they ?

Chuck E
Chuck E
7 years ago

Good to see Melissa discussing canned lion hunts in South Africa

Chuck
Chuck
7 years ago

They also should look into ways of protecting hunters and gun owners from the VA. The VA is resuming it’s questioning of veterans, by doctors, as to if they own guns. Lets wait until someone breaks a law is is charged before finding them guilty.