Double-Standard: Virginia Eliminates Online Carry Courses While Promoting Distancing for Everything Else
Virginia has provided a stark example of how gun control is aimed at harassing law-abiding gun owners rather than improving public safety.
It was a few hours before the first curfew was to go into effect in Los Angeles in early July when I answered the phone and heard a teary, quivering voice.
Most of us are familiar with the historical founding of the NRA in 1871, where two Civil War veterans in New York set out to improve the shooting abilities of Union soldiers. But the growth of NRA membership rests squarely on the shoulders of local clubs and state associations.
For her extraordinary efforts fighting for hunting rights, conservation and preservation of the Second Amendment, Janet Nyce of Elliottsburg, Pa., was presented with the first NRA Patriot of the Year award at the NRA Great American Outdoors Show (GAOS) in February.
“The more we educate our young people on how to safely handle a firearm and what to do when you encounter one, the safer our children will be.”