The major activities that generate Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration excise tax
revenues can be divided into hunting-related and non-hunting related categories. Non-hunting activities are generally comprised of recreational shooting, home and self-defense, collecting and work-related purchases. Questions have been raised about the proportional excise tax contributions from hunting and non-hunting activities. This paper seeks to answer those questions.
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