Hartman Turnbow (March 20, 1905 – August 15, 1988) was a Mississippi farmer, pro-gun advocate, orator, and activist during the Civil Rights Movement.
Imagine if 4 million African American Firearms owners working together went to Gun Companies and stated we are all going to buy 1 gun from you on February 28th annually what kind of discount do you…
The latest victim is Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, Fort Worth, Texas who was killed in her bedroom at home 2:30 am in the morning when her neighbor saw her front door open and called a non-emergency
This historic milestone will be the culmination of every NAAGA member Nationwide supporting the Organization and believing in the vision of the organization that every African American has the right t
This week we Officially announced the date of the national convention for the National African American Gun Association in August of 2020. More info on the location to follow in future updates.
I recently had the opportunity to interview one of the “Professionals” of the firearm industry. Morris Peterson is Founder and President of Ashbury Precision Ordnance Mfg. (APO).
One hundred years ago, on February 17, 1919, the African-American 369th Infantry Regiment, popularly known as the Harlem Hell Fighters, marched up Fifth Avenue into Harlem in a massive victory parade
If you’re shooting with a child don’t take shortcuts. Be safe and teach them the right way to handle firearms. That way a educated child is a safer child.
James Monroe Jones was one of the very few African-American gunsmiths working in 19th Century America.
This hurts all of us deep down in the black community and is an attack on our “Humanity” as a people. Another good brother who won’t be able to see his life realized.
Three years ago in honor of Black History Month The National African American Gun Association was started. Since then we have went from 1 person to over 20,000+ Members…
Decorated Marine Veteran and one tough guy he is a living example of dedication and will power. He is also one of the few African American with a FFL license…
I realize that the question itself might invoke anger within the Black Community. As if we don’t qualify or deserve the full benefits of the Constitution…
The company was founded by Yonas Hagos who is a USA Army Veteran & Purple Heart recipient. The company is delivering a World Class AR-15 rifle…
Should the Firearm Industry have a defined market strategies with commercials, advertisements, & brand awareness for the African American Community?
The Bass Reeves Gun Club in Georgia held their 2nd Outside Shooting Session at the South River Gun Range in Covington, Georgia.
Francine Jones is the owner of Bubbas Gun Sales in Gwinnett County, Ga. She is one of the few African American women in the United States who hold a federal firearms license or FFL.
Sharon’s story is unique and interesting because not only is she a female prepper, but she is a black female prepper and survivalist…
Sometimes the “Firearm Gods” just look down on and show you favor and allow you to experience things that most humans in this world don’t get to do.
Do you put yourself in harms way with the public as an African American because you have a gun?