What I Learned When I Took a Disabled Friend Shooting
According to the NRA’s Adaptive Shooting Program, some 74 million Americans qualify as “disabled.”
The Junior Rifle Team Shows Why the Shooting Sports are Growing
While it doesn’t receive much attention, thousands of Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) cadets across the nation learn about firearms safety, marksmanship and the core values of American citizenship every year as members of JROTC Rifle Teams. And, as is the case with one Florida U.S. Marine Corps JROTC team, many of those cadets are female.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Needs to Hear From You About Its Firearms Policy
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) needs to hear from American gun owners and Second Amendment supporters.
Canada’s Prime Minister Blames Guns for the Actions of a Sociopath
You can see why our Founding Fathers put the Second Amendment into the U.S. Bill of Rights by looking to our northern border.
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.
U.S. Hunters Traveling to Canada: Are Your Shotguns Legal?
One section of the new ban makes illegal certain shotguns; it's worth taking note of.
Trump Administration Fixes Policy Concerning Suppressors
Last month, the Trump Administration fixed a U.S. Department of State policy on suppressors that had kept American suppressor makers out of the international market for these hearing-safety devices.
Biden Wants to Make “Smart Guns” Mandatory (Whether They Exist or Not!)
Within the “Gun Safety” section of Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign website, Biden states that if elected he would: “Put America on the path to ensuring that 100% of firearms sold in America are smart guns….”
Chicago’s Mayhem isn’t the Fault of Legal Gun Owners
2020 has seen a sharp increase in Chicago violence.