These moves will ensure that foreign customers will have better access to America’s best-in-class products.
Today, the Mississippi Legislature announced it is suspending the 2020 Legislative Session until April 1st. NRA-ILA will continue to monitor developments.
Governor Brad Little signed shooting range protection legislation, House Bill 396, into law. House Bill 396 passed both chambers of the Idaho Legislature with overwhelming support and will go into..
House Bill 1215 adds state agencies to the existing preemption statute that limits the authority of cities and counties to pass arbitrary restrictions on firearm possession.
Last week, an ordinance has passed in Champaign, IL, to empower the mayor to “[o]rder the discontinuance of selling, distributing, dispensing or giving away of … firearms or ammunition…”
Unfortunately, a number of bad gun bills did receive a floor vote and were sent back to their original chamber for concurrence before heading to the Governor’s desk for his signature.
House Speaker Mac McCutcheon sent a letter to the Alabama Sheriffs Association (ASA) voicing his support for passage of the lifetime carry permit bill (HB 39) in this year’s legislative session.
The National Rifle Association has reluctantly decided to cancel this year’s NRA Annual Meeting, planned for April 16 – 19 in Nashville.
On March 9th, 2020, the Iowa Senate Judiciary Committee passed House File 2502 to protect shooting ranges from being shut down by unreasonable local ordinances across the state.
Ocean State lawmakers will be burning the midnight oil next Wednesday night poring over a lengthy agenda in the House Judiciary Committee.
This week the NRA filed legal challenges against Initiative Petition 61 and Initiative Petition 62, which severely restrict and regulate commonly-owned firearms.
The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action congratulates A-rated state Rep. Dan Sullivan for his win in the Republican primary for Arkansas’ 21st senate district.
“I’m spending a lot of money to try to replace Donald Trump.” “I guess they want to keep Donald Trump as president because if you want to get him out there, you should hope I spend even more.”
This legislation would mandate that an ammunition buyer proves to an ammunition seller that they own a registered firearm in the caliber they are seeking to purchase each and every time they buy ammo.
During a town hall event, the former VP said of the Second Amendment, “From the very beginning the Founder[s] said, ‘Not everyone is able to have a gun & you can’t have any weapon you want.’” Really?
Senior-moment Joe regularly inaccurately interchanges the terms clips & magazines, so does he think the gun industry has developed a new firearm that is capable of having dozens of magazines attached?
There has always been anti-gun ridiculousness. But now Tredyffrin-Easttown School District takes ridiculous to a whole new level of stupid.
Further revealing that their operative motive is political prejudice rather than public safety, the Michael Bloomberg-bought Virginia House of Delegates has escalated their direct attacks on law…
ATT “requires the recognition that small arms possession is linked to violent masculinities”, or in layman’s terms, that the only way to end gender-based violence is through an outright ban on males..
Not only are real, actual firearms themselves marginalized as toxic, but everything from toys to t-shirts to art and culture on a broader scale are all similarly defiled.
Last month, there were more than 2.7 million NICS firearms background checks. January 2020 was the busiest January on record and the sixth-busiest month for NICS ever.
The ad was perhaps more revealing than Bloomberg intended, showing him to be long on dishonesty and emotional manipulation and short on facts and substance.
It seems that every time a Democrat hoping to unseat President Donald Trump this November begins to see their campaign unraveling, they start to hammer on attacking the Second Amendment.
Slumping firearm sales? Really? Last year saw the fourth-highest number of checks for handguns and the sixth-highest year for dealer sales checks ever.
Such a change may result in school systems eliminating the week off for the opening of deer season in order to still meet this requirement.