NSSF Collecting State-by-State Orders to Inform Firearm Industry

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The NSSF works hard to keep shooters and gun-owners in the know.

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- With all the Coronavirus insanity going on and the accompanying legislation, it’s nearly impossible for shooters to keep track of it all. And with so many executive orders or emergency bills being implemented gun-owners could very easily land themselves in legal trouble.

In response, the hard-working folks over at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) have assembled an interactive list of all new gun-related orders being implemented that affect gun rights and owners.

The list is broken down by state and gives shooters a brief rundown on each order. This includes a link to the original order itself, the order or bill’s name, and a brief summary of what it does. This is incredibly useful information for anyone who owns or is thinking of buying a firearm. Shooters worried about their state, in particular, might want to download any PDF files associated with their location for safekeeping should the Government decide to delete them later.

For future updates, be sure to check out the NSSF’s website and stay tuned to AmmoLand.com for the latest on all things Second Amendment.

National Shooting Sports FoundationAbout The National Shooting Sports Foundation

The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of more than 10,000 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers. www.nssf.org

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MICHAEL J (@retaile23)
1 year ago

Closing businesses that sell guns in a time of crisis is like closing gas stations while telling people to evacuate. Morons running the government are continually revealing themselves. When the dust settles, it will be time to clean house.

Torn (@my45colt)
1 year ago

Kansas Legislature introduced and passed a bill restricting the ability of the Governor (a Demo) to close any gun related store and or Ammo shop.

ShooterOne (@clydestoker)
1 year ago
Reply to  Torn

I hope all pro-gun people there thank their legislators that voted in favor of this. They deserve it for having the courage to support our Bill of Rights.

KenW (@kenhwind)
1 year ago

Well with skeleton crews getting a CWL here in Florida is problematic, but I’d just do as we use to, carry if necessary. Gun stores aren’t closed and the State hasn’t been shut down, yet. Like the rest of the Country the biggest outbreaks seem to be where Liberals are in charge.

PMinFl (@pminfl)
1 year ago
Reply to  KenW

Like down in Broward County, Fl.