There’ll be trap shooting, tanks, and a side-trip to Dury’s Gun Shop where we’ll learn the history of some truly unique, and antique, firearms!
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to introduce the Elk Network, a media platform serving as a source of information for all things elk.
Media representatives interested in attending one of the world’s fastest-growing outdoor conventions and expos only have a few weeks to pre-register for credentials.
In the afterglow of the British vote to exit the European Union we note that the vote likely surprised all the globalists who had believed that their media campaign would persuade the…..
Once again, another lunatic claiming allegiance to ISIS has taken innocent lives in a tragic shooting in Orlando, Florida. All caring human beings recoil in revulsion at this senseless loss of life.
Outdoorsman and Firearms focused marketing firm Contingency X has unveiled its role as official media producer for firearms exposition based in Austin, Texas.
The Media Lodge acquisition of GunUp creates the largest media platform in the firearms industry. Marketing opportunities will be greater than ever for companies within the industry to reach their….
Filmmaker and YouTuber, Billy Johnson, launches “Protecting Liberty” film project on Kickstarter to raise public awareness of increasing infringements on our rights and freedoms.
The Dart Center has a draft list of speakers for their workshop on guns and ‘gun violence’. I suggest speakers to add content, expertise, and balance.
The NSSF invites SHOT Show media to attend a press conference on the release of a new, comprehensive report: “Women Gun Owners: Purchasing, Perceptions and Participation.”
The Governor’s decision has everything to do with wooing the support of environmentalists in New York and nothing to do with the jobs and billions in tax revenue that fracking would have represented.
Dom Raso takes a fellow Navy veteran to task for his Daily Beast opinion piece that attempts to support both sides of the gun issue.
Billy Johnson discusses how the media is creating “celebrities” of mass shooters who are using violence to be heard.
Billy Johnson examines the media’s sensationalized coverage of mass shootings such as the tragedy in Santa Barbara, CA.