Some Don’t Think Your Rights Are “Essential”
Is the Second Amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights “essential” to our freedom? Yes—unequivocally and emphatically, yes.
How the NRA Helped to Reopen Massachusetts’s Gun Stores
On May 7, a federal district judge in Massachusetts ended the state’s unconstitutional shutdown of gun stores.
Trump Administration Says Gun Stores Are Essential
The Trump administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued official guidelines for industry closures that includes "firearm or ammunition product manufacturers, retailers, importers, distributors and shooting ranges.”
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.
Ordering Fast Food and Buying Firearms: Despite What the Anti’s Claim, The Two Do Not Equate!
With COVID-19 fears sweeping the nation, gun-store owners had some questions.
Despite Shortage, Red Cross Cancels Planned Blood Drive at Michigan Gun Store
“They told me that the blood was already expected by hospitals, and surgeries were planned around it, so I had to fill every donation spot if I could.”
Gun Stores Are Increasingly Being Zoned Out
Some Municipalities Are Banning Gun Stores With City Ordinances
Florida Gun Store Owner Wins Zoning Lawsuit
A gun retailer in North Miami Beach challenged the city’s attempt to ignore the state’s pre-emption law when it came to restricting where gun stores can operate.
25 Congressmen Ask the ATF About Increased FFL Revocations
Alarmed and angered by an increased number of Federal Firearms License revocations in recent months, a group of 25 Republican congressmen sent a letter to the ATF asking for some answers.