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Byline: Sandy Grady
PITTSBURGH _ They're out there stalking the misty woodlands in their orange vests, toting shotguns and trying to make a seductive, rattling sound like a sexed-up gobbler. Forget the World Series or Super Bowl. In these western Pennsylvania hills, those are trifles compared to opening of turkey-hunting season.
But the guys in orange vests have another target in mind _ Al Gore, caricatured as an elitist liberal who'd rip away their guns.
That's the scare message of the National Rifle Association, which blankets TV airwaves: "Vote Freedom First! Don't risk having President Gore take away your gun."
Sometimes you'd think Charlton Heston, the gun-lobby Moses, is running against Gore instead of George W. Bush. Heston brings Pennsylvania rallies to their feet …