A recent New York Times front-page editorial called for the outright outlawing and implied confiscation of certain types of guns. Click to see why this may be good for gun owners…
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In this new hard-hitting commercial from the NRA, author and TV personality Dana Loesch lays out the position of moms who demand protection and their right to bear arms. Is Loesch on target?
The NICS system run by the FBI was established 17 years ago with Congressional passage of the Brady Act. It needs to be updated. Click to see how:
Sergey Kovalev, the unified WBA, IBF and WBO light heavyweight champion boxer defends his title on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Why should you care? He is the only boxer sponsored by an ammunition or firearm-related company. Read on for more information on where and when to watch the fights.
An Associated Press photographer framed Texas Senator and Presidential-hopeful Ted Cruz with a gun pointed at his head. The AP says the photos did not intend to make Ted Cruz look bad. Click to see the picture and tell us what you think…
The latest news from Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre live streaming event, Saturday, April 26, 2014.
Though half of my girlfriends are gun owners, when we are together we spend more time engaging in girl talk rather than gun talk and we rarely shoot together. Thankfully, though, I have over 35 friends I can turn to when I need a does of gunpowder. I like and follow over 35 Facebook pages dedicated to women in the outdoors. Out of the 35 plus pages I like, here are my top five favorite women-gun lovers pages on Facebook.
The USA Shooting Team announces a new holiday all shooters can support—10.9 Day. On October 9, 2013, the USA Shooting Team declares this day and from this day forth for all us to “aim for excellence in all the shots you take in life.” Along with the announcement comes the unveiling of USA Shooting’s new logo and tagline—“Rio In Sight.”
Three NRA firearms experts from vastly different backgrounds speak up for their love of shooting.
The liber media is attempting to split up the gun lobby by telling the public that certain gun rights groups do not have your best interests in mind. If they continue to do this to the pro-Second Amendment voters and lawmakers with false or misleading news articles, they will make it easier to pass laws that infringe on our right to keep and bare arms. While the NRA and NSSF squabble over background checks and other gun rights groups argue over other issues, the gun grabbers in Congress can slip a few bills into law and the our votes will be split on our side, preventing us from having the power to vote those bills down.