The Rinehart R100 archery shoot is pleased to announce that Mount Airy, North Carolina and the Sage Creek 3D Archery Club will kick the 2016 R100 season into gear on February 20-21.
Last Friday, Senator E.S. (Buck) Newton (R-11 – Johnston, Nash, Wilson, GRNC ****) argued gun rights with his Republican primary opponent for NC Attorney General, Jim O’Neill.
It seems appropriate that the people of North Carolina send Mayor Alexander a friendly note to let her know what we think of gun registration schemes…
Rep. Larry Pittman (R-Cabarrus, GRNC ****) is one of the most pro-gun members of the North Carolina House.
Citizens in Wilkes County have communicated to their elected officials that twenty-year-old knee-jerk restrictions on lawful self-defense and the right to bear arms are burdensome and offensive.
The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is pleased to announce the programming and special event schedule for 2016.
GRNC response to Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s statement that Virginia will no longer honor North Carolina concealed handgun permits…
Since 1994, NRA Foundation grants have provided nearly $100,000 in scholarships for Montgomery Community College’s gunsmithing program.
Grass Roots North Carolina also wants to thank the Person County Board of Commissioners who voted on November 16, to repeal a 1995 ordinance that banned CHP holders from carrying a gun on…..
Stopping terror suspects from getting weapons that could harm our state and its people makes common sense. Even if Washington won’t act, we can. North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper…
Great news! North Carolina gun owners don’t have to wait until December 25th to receive outstanding gifts. It’s past December 1st and there is already some great stuff under the tree.
Why would a store selling camo, fishing and other outdoor gear be snuggling up to WRAL’s clear effort to help the gun control crowd?
Recently, we reported on Hillary Clinton’s praise for local firearm “buyback” events and her view that forcing Americans to participate in them on a national level – ala Australia and Great…..
Zoning ordinances forbid everything that is not allowed? This North Carolina Decision on shooting guns confirms that concept is invalid in American law.
WRAL’s clear intent is to scare low information viewers by suggesting that ANYONE can obtain fully automatic firearms without thorough vetting…
The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA announced today the American Legion, Department of North Carolina, donated $150,000 to the Generations Campaign, a fundraising effort to repair the hull of the ship.
Could you do a better job in the North Carolina General Assembly than what we’ve seen over the last couple of years? We want to hear from you…
Did Ag Commissioner Steve Troxler know deer are being illegally smuggled into North Carolina?
HIPERFIRE and F-1 Firearms co-title sponsor the unique rifle-only competition match produced by Tarheel 3 Gun and held at Woody’s Hunt and Rifle Club in New Hill, North Carolina.
The new rules could allow bringing diseased deer into the state which could decimate the wild deer population by spreading CWD…
Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed House Bill 562 into law today, making official the passage of the third NRA-backed omnibus pro-gun reform bill in the last three legislative sessions.
Brian McCoy, 42, is Delta Waterfowl’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year. He topped a field of seven finalists during a month-long, online vote.
Tuesday, July 28, the North Carolina State Senate passed House Bill 562, the NRA-backed omnibus pro-gun reform bill on a bipartisan vote of 40-9.
Delta Waterfowl is taking a key step in the organization’s continued growth with the formation of state committees in Louisiana and North Carolina.
House Bill 562, the NRA-supported omnibus pro-gun reform bill, is rapidly working its way through the North Carolina Senate.
As previously reported, time may be running out for the North Carolina Senate to take action on House Bill 562.
The North Carolina House and Senate remain at an impasse on passing a new budget, which means it is unclear how much longer they will be in session this year.
Thanks to the hard work of NRA members and pro-hunting legislators, Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, sponsored by Representative Jimmy Dixon (R-4).
On Wednesday, June 24, the North Carolina Senate gave final legislative approval for Sunday hunting with firearms in North Carolina.
On June 18, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed the final version of House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, by an 88-26 vote.
On Wednesday, June 17, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed House Bill 562 on a bipartisan 78-37 vote.
On Tuesday, June 16, the North Carolina House of Representatives gave in to pressure from the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) and passed an amendment to House Bill 562, offered by…..
The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) continues to be the only real roadblock to passing the PPP repeal contained in House Bill 562.
Sheriff report shows NICS checks are superior to our archaic permit system at keeping criminals from getting guns. . .
The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) continues to be the only real roadblock to passing the Pistol Purchase Permit (PPP) repeal contained in House Bill 562.
House Bill 562, which is now referred to as An Act to Amend Various Firearm Laws, was removed from last night’s House calendar and sent back to the House Rules Committee.
As previously reported, the North Carolina Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House Committee passed a version of House Bill 562 containing an unacceptable delay to the repeal of the outdated…
North Carolina Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House Committee passed a version of House Bill 562 that contained an unacceptable delay to repealing the outdated pistol purchase permit system…
Your NRA has learned that House Leadership may be considering removing language from pro-gun House Bill 562 that would eliminate North Carolina’s outdated pistol purchase permit.
House Bill 562, the Second Amendment Affirmation Act, could be considered by the full North Carolina House of Representatives any day.