America’s New Shooters: Increasingly Female, Younger and Urban
In fact, women are the fastest-growing segment in the target-shooting population.
NSSF Commends Study For Doing Firearms Policy Research Right
The Trade Association addresses a recently published study by the Journal of American Surgeons for a thorough investigation of the data.
Hornady Sponsors Shooting Event for Newcomers
The “Heartland First Shots” activities in Nebraska are designed to let people get acquainted with the shooting sports.
Black Friday Sees Fourth Highest One-Day Total for Firearms Background Checks
2020 continues to shatter records for background checks, firearms purchases.
Gun and Ammo Taxes Pay for Public Gun Ranges
There are more than 700 public gun ranges in the U.S. that have been funded in part by Pittman-Robertson taxes on guns and ammunition, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Pennsylvania Legalized Sunday Hunting for First Time in Centuries
Recently passed legislation allows for Sunday hunting three days a year.
Firearm Industry Economic Impact Soars
From 2008 to 2017, the industry has been adding more jobs, producing more guns and paying more taxes.
Yet Another Reason To Own An AR
Hunting is just one of many good reasons to own a modern sporting rifle.