President Biden has been waging a focused attack on gun stores and manufacturers. The NSSF has even reported a 500% increase in dealers being closed under this administration. So we decided to ask the NSSF's top lawyer about how they're pushing back.
Elections have consequences. Less than two months into the Biden administration, the U.S. House of Representatives took up two far-reaching gun-control bills. Neither would reduce crime, but that is not the point.
Poll results can be deceiving.
A recent proposal would work to ensure fair treatment in lending and access to other financial services for American businesses.
Although voters in November’s election had a refreshing break from initiatives to impose new gun-control laws, there was a pro-gun ballot measure this fall in Big Sky Country.
America’s gun industry has, of course, been very busy this year. Gun sales are so robust many retailers have found it difficult to keep popular models in stock. Some gun makers have, nevertheless, been affected by the mandatory shutdowns related to this pandemic.
In news that will not shock gun-rights supporters, the anti-gun utopia of California has provided further evidence that unjust gun-control laws invite official corruption.