The deadly spread of the coronavirus might be a war without weapons, but that has not stopped leading gun manufacturers across the country from aiding those on the firing line.
In accordance with the NRA’s bylaws and other legal requirements, the 149th NRA Annual Meeting of Members was held at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, in Tucson, Ariz., on October 24, 2020. Because of COVID-19 restrictions and concerns surrounding large gatherings, the historic Members’ Meeting had been postponed twice, putting NRA in the difficult position of finding a suitable and safe location on short notice.
As the coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives, firearms-related companies are stepping up to help.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many anti-gun officials around the country, at both state and local levels of government, took the opportunity to unilaterally suspend Second Amendment rights.
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.
Throughout these developments, your NRA has kept its members informed of every late-breaking story, often in real time.
Sadly, so much has happened in our world since my last column to you.