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How Gun Companies and Stores are Pushing Back

Unfortunately, it has become necessary to pass legislation to stop financial institutions from discriminating against legal, but what a small percentage of vocal activists may consider politically incorrect, manufacturers and stores.

Moving to Freer America

Shooting-sports companies continue to move to Second Amendment-friendlier states.

Will This State Ban the Manufacture of America’s Rifle?

This proposed legislation in Massachusetts may cost the state thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic impact.

Shooting Straight with Beth Walker

Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. added Beth Walker to Team Ruger in March 2019 as its first junior competitor. Although chosen for her shooting prowess, this teen brings a lot more to the table.

The New Gun-Control Activism

Will this end-run around the U.S. Bill of Rights work?

Top 5 Reasons for Women to Start Shooting

Ladies seeking to expand their potential and unleash their inner strength should take advantage of the trend and pull the trigger.

Wells Fargo Stands By Principles In Issuing Credit to Sturm, Ruger

The San-Francisco-based bank issued $40 million of credit to the gun manufacturer despite critics’ ire.

Kimber To Open Manufacturing Plant In Alabama

Operations at a new facility in Troy, Ala., are expected to start in 2019.

Ruger Experiences Above-Expected 1st Quarter Earnings

Calling the media-proclaimed death of the gun sales business “greatly exaggerated,” Sturm, Ruger & Co. CEO Christopher Killoy announced better than expected earnings for the first quarter.

Connecticut—Malloy Gun Policies Propel Budget Woes

New NSSF figures reveal that Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy’s anti-gun activities have helped cause the budget deficit he now faces.

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