Everyone is talking about Vice President Dick Cheney's accidentally shooting his companion on a hunting trip in Texas. For researchers wanting to find information on hunting safety, CoSPL has information from the Colo. Division of Wildlife concerning hunting safety in Colorado. Selected resources include:
-Hunting Accident Statistics for 1961-1999, NR6.2/AC2/2004
-Hunter Education Annual Report, NR6/155.1/year (also online)
-Hunting Incident Report, NR6.57/year
-Hunting Guide, NR6.53/year (also online)
-Annual Hunting Accident Report, NR6.22/year
-Advanced Hunter Education and Shooting Sports Responsibility, UCSU20/6.3/555A, published by Colorado State University.
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