The outdoor shooting ranges in Virginia National Forests are now open again! But there are two caveats…
If you want my support, get the GOP squared away with regard to the Second Amendment. Or you can run some mealy-mouthed Romney knock-off and see how little support that candidate attracts.
The other thing that’s way past due is for gun groups to recognize the single greatest threat to continued legal recognition of the right to keep and bear arms and so inform their members.
“Northam is gaming the system and is clearly afraid of the suit being heard in a Virginia court under Virginia law,” VCDL President Philip Van Cleave told AmmoLand News.
The groups filed for a temporary injunction against Governor Northam and the Virginia State Police to allow indoor ranges to reopen during the current state of emergency. The case will be heard on Tue
An Executive Order from Gov Northam shut down all indoor shooting ranges, classifying them as “entertainment.” Practicing a life-saving skill is NOT a game!
What concerns you more, the fact that a lot of people that are pro-gun-control don’t know this or the fact that the political leadership in this country is willing to lie about it?
HB 2 Firearm transfers; was amended by the Senate to only require background checks on the sale of firearms, loaning a firearm to a friend or neighbor, or giving a firearm as a gift would not require
Don’t miss out – Monday is the last day to purchase memberships or donations for the American Suppressor Association’s Sic Semper Tinnitus Membership Giveaway!
A free constitutional republic can only prevail where the citizens are armed; take away the citizen’s firearms, and a free republic must and will fall.
The Virginia House Public Safety Firearms Subcommittee met this week and recommended reporting the following bills…
The proposed Virginia gun ban has been defeated in the Senate Judiciary Committee. The bill has been forwarded to 2021, effectively killing it.
The Committee members voted to table the bill for the year by a margin of ten to five. The bill currently will not see a vote in the full Senate this year.
This morning, the Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-5 in favor of rejecting Delegate Mark Levine’s House Bill 961.
Delegate Mark Levine’s House Bill 961 is on the docket to be heard at the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Monday, February 17th at 8:00 AM.
A controversial gun ban bill has passed the Virginia House. It faces strong opposition in the Virginia Senate.
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…
This afternoon the Virginia House of Delegates voted 51 – 48 in favor of passing House Bill 961, Delegate Mark Levine’s (D-45) “assault firearm” and suppressor ban.
Tuesday, the Virginia House of Delegates passed HB 961, Governor Northam’s ban on so-called “assault weapons”, standard capacity magazines and suppressors.
The latest “Assault Weapons” scam from Gov. Northam and Delegate Levine does nothing to change GOA’s firm opposition to HB 961. Gun confiscation is still the goal.
Chairman, given the historic significance of this bill, it is shocking that it wasn’t first heard in a sub-committee, and it was completely unacceptable that only six (6) minutes were allotted for pub
Virginia House Public Safety Committee voted 12 – 9 in favor of passing an amended version of House Bill 961. Knox Williams, President of the American Suppressor Association, was on hand to testify
House Bill 961 is on the docket to be heard at the House Public Safety Committee Hearing on Friday, February 7th at 8:00 AM. The American Suppressor Association will be on hand to testify
Tell Bloomberg that you support the Second Amendment and you don’t want him or any of his paid-for cronies in the Virginia General Assembly to take away your rights.
But, there is one bill of importance that has not been heard – HB961 – the Northam vehicle for banning modern sporting rifles, standard capacity magazines, and suppressors.