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As you know, I have the honor of serving on the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association. Today we finished up meetings after our annual convention and it was just great to be with so many freedom-loving...
Corporal Shawn McRae (bottom right), a squad leader in 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, shows Marines in 3rd Squad, Corporal’s Course Class 6-12 how to load a M240 medium machine gun at The Staff Non-Commissioned Officer’s Academy on Camp...
Springfield Army and Rock River Arms are pushing back hard against claims that they “sold out” the gun rights community by accepting a carve-out that exempts them from the proposed Gun Dealer Licensing Act in Illinois. Here are the relevant...
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Staff. Sgt. Joana Chris Arpon isn’t Israeli, or even Jewish. Her service in the Israel Defense Forces is personal. Arpon, 20, is the daughter of Filipino parents who came to Israel to find work. She said she enlisted as...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee House has cleared a bill that would let people use silencers on their guns. The House’s 74-18 vote sends the bill to Republican Gov. Bill Haslam. The Senate approved the bill in a 28-1...
A couple of years ago during a meeting with top Ruger product managers, I suggested that, as nice as the then new Silent-SR was, what about the millions of Ruger 10/22 and Mark series pistol owners already out there?...
The Tennessee House has cleared a bill that would let people use silencers on their guns. The House's 74-18 vote Tuesday evening sends the bill to Republican Gov. Bill Haslam. The Senate approved the bill in a 28-1 vote last...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The Alabama Senate has voted to allow people to carry a concealed handgun without a getting a permit. Senators approved the bill on a 25-8 vote Tuesday. It now moves to the Alabama House of Representatives. The...
We know, it can be tough to get thrilled about a new AR these days. It seems like everybody and their uncle makes one, in every configuration and at every price point possible. So, why should we care about...
A game called “Point-em-out, Knock-em-out” has made its way to Lansing, and it’s exactly how it sounds. The game consists of someone being randomly targeted, then attacked. It’s a game that has been growing with popularity on the internet, with...