SGN readers will probably home in on the gun control angle, but since IMO magazines include titles like Fly Fisherman and Florida Sportsman, there’s plenty in there about conservation issues, as well.
It’s all non-partisan: the idea is to give you the information you need to decide and then let you decide on your own.
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SGN columnists Clayton Cramer, Chris and Jeff Knox and Vin Suprynowicz will have plenty to say on this year’s political doings, and with SportsmenVote.com, you can be fully informed on all the crucial issues of 2012.