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?
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This week was a huge news week. Tragedy, victories in California, surprising—or not surprising—news from Walmart, NRA steps up to sue Los Angeles and armed drones in North Dakota. All this and much more in this week’s Shooter’s Log Weekly Wrap Up.
It was a relatively slow news week, which is usually good. There weren’t any major gun control laws passed, major 2A violations or other shocking news that would make the firearms community act and act fast. However, that doesn’t mean things weren’t happening. California reformed it’s “gun violence restraining order” law—a win for gun owners there, North Carolina’s Governor signed a bill allowing National Guard members to conceal carry and a compliant was filed against the NRA in Connecticut. Read these stories and more in the Shooter’s Log Weekly Wrap UP.
If you are unable to attend the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits this weekend in Nashville, you won’t have to miss a minute of the important message the NRA leadership and Officers are bringing to members and gun owners. The Shooter’s Log will be streaming both the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum and NRA Members’ Meetings over the weekend. Watch it live here on April 10 and 11!
New York’s Safe Act causes massive layoffs at Remington’s New York plant, while ammunition company donates thousands to Andrew Cuomo. Washington lawmakers ask for more time to enact laws regarding carrying firearms outside the home and another Kansas town bans open carry despite new law. In good news today, nine states will get a $20 million dollars to open private lands to hunters and anglers. Stay on top of all the headlines, skipped stories and news that affect gun owners, patriots and Second Amendment supporters. Want to read about what the mainstream media will not tell you? Check out The Shooter’s Log daily at Cheaper Than Dirt! for all the news you need to know.
Attempt at gun control in Connecticut is not working! The top headline today in The Shooter’s Log High Powered Headlines—all the news gun owners need in one place—is “Connecticut Anti-Gun Governor Candidate Loses Bid in Primary Election.” The anti-gun governor candidate lost his bid for the GOP spot in the primary elections yesterday to Tom Foley. Foley is not a gun owner, but supports the right to bear arms. In other news, we have the ten best affordable shotguns and a review on an AK-47 pistol chambered for .223 Remington.
A New Hampshire Commissioner makes changes to CCW permit applications on the sly, while supporters rally around a Pennsylvania Sheriff protecting the names of licenses concealed carry holders. Smith & Wesson surprises us with the release of all the new M&P 22 compact pistol and for those new gun owners, may I suggest the American Eagle personal defense and training combo pack? All this and more in today’s gun and firearms industry news headlines.
Today’s firearm news headlines come from the state level. If gun control legislation is not happening at the federal level, you can bet it is happening on some local level and today. New Jersey cops confiscate a man’s legal firearms, while even Vermont is discussing universal background checks and mandatory waiting periods. On a better note—a Supreme Court in Arizona has ruled that carrying a firearm is not a legitimate reason to be stopped and searched. We like good news; unfortunately, we just have to take the bad with the good. Check out today’s High Powered headlines to see if your state is doing something you need to write your representatives about.
Firearms for the blind? NRA quietly disagrees. Does Obama hate the Constitution? One New Jersey cop thinks so. California doesn’t want its citizens to have anything, Illinois debating gun legislations and new products available for the IWI Tavor. Today’s gun news and industry headlines are interesting and of no surprise as states continue to regulate gun owners’ freedoms. The Shooter’s Log brings you all the top gun news in Friday’s High Powered Headlines. Read these nine firearms industry headlines that matter most.
Big news for gun rights in Missouri, while the NRA has issued an immediate action alert for California gun owners. On the other end of the spectrum, licensed gun owner Shaneen Allen loses her bid to have her gun charges dropped in New Jersey. But wait! There is more—ATF agents are “punished” for Operation Fearless, a study finds mental illness not a cause for violence and the Fish and Wildlife Service continues its ban on elephant trophy imports. Cheaper Than Dirt!’s High Powered Headlines cannot be missed today!