ATF will be hosting a deep dive into non-investigative and routine elements of their manufacturing, distribution, import and dealer inspection program.
Orchid Advisors and NSSF announce three multi-hour workshops that include U.S. Senator Luther Strange at Firearms Industry Compliance 2017 Conference.
Orchid Advisors and the NSSF are excited to announce the final agenda and speakers for the 2017 FICC, to be held in Arlington, Virginia May 8 – 10.
It was the first time in recent memory that a sitting president had referred to the second tenet of the Bill of Rights as “our Second Amendment.”
The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s 10th Annual Congressional Fly-In is scheduled to coincide with a truly landmark vote that will have long-term effects on the firearms and ammunition industry.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Ken Sedlecky Lifetime Achievement Awarded is given annually to “a person who has served this industry with honor and distinction over many years.”
Director’s Order 219 was published on the last full day of President Obama’s administration, without industry input and without scientific reasoning.
About 20 long guns were stolen by three masked, unknown suspects in the early morning hours of Jan. 21 2017…
NSSF condemned the decision by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe banning the use of traditional ammunition on Service lands in just five years…
The 39th Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show, owned and operated by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, signaled a positive year ahead for the firearms industry.
The 2017 SHOT Show Supplier Showcase enjoyed astounding success in its debut with a crowd of nearly 3,000 CEOs, procurement specialists, engineers meet.
The 39th Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade ShowSM (SHOT Show) opened its doors this morning at the Sands Expo Center.
Sessions vowed to the Senate committee that scapegoating the firearms industry and lawful gun owners for the use of guns in crimes committed by individuals would come to an end.
In lieu of mailing printed holiday cards to more than 12,000 members, we’ve made a donation of $10,000 to Honored American Veterans Afield.
As a result of the settlement approved by the city council on Monday night, the City of Pleasant Hill will pay $400,000 to cover legal fees incurred by NSSF and City Arms..
A pair of dangerous bills, are scheduled to be heard on Monday, Dec. 5 2016 and amount to a massive attack on every shooting range in the state.
On behalf of all of us at the National Shooting Sports Foundation, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Gun control organizations are constantly trying to minimize the size of the gun-owning American public as a way of trying to make the adoption of more laws and regulations appear more likely…
City residents would have 60 days after it becomes law to dispose of firearms that meet this description, or remove them from the city…
The SCI proposal will do nothing to enhance public safety in New Jersey because criminals are not going to obtain photo ID ammunition purchase cards,
Call Your U.S. Representative’s Chief of Staff and insist that Congress act on the Energy Conference report that contains the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act.
The American people have elected a president who will protect our Constitutional rights and a Congress to ensure the right to keep and bear arms.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearms and ammunition industry, today congratulates President-Elect Donald Trump on his historic victory.
While politicians say it all the time, this truly is the most important election in the history of our industry. NSSF is urging everyone to join together.
The election is rapidly approaching and NSSF’s government relations team is preparing for the impact the results will have on the firearms and ammunition industry.