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States Continue Trend Of Countering Federal Anti-Gun Push

It was obvious that, with anti-gun Democrats in control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives, we would not see any real advancement of gun rights coming out of Washington, D.C. In fact, all we have seen is the confirmation of radical anti-gun extremists to the Biden Administration, and the promotion of legislation designed to remove any semblance of Second Amendment protections offered to law-abiding citizens.

25-Foot-Tall Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun Created for Museum

The Daisy Airgun Museum in Rogers, Ark., has added a unique tourist attraction.

Another State Recognizes the Right to Self-Defense

"Laws should favor victims—not criminals."

NRA Program Prepares Next Generation of Hunters

Youth Hunter Education Challenge offers an array of opportunities to teach youngsters about hunting and firearm safety.

Elderly Man in Wheelchair Shoots Alleged Burglar who said “Give Me That Gun before You Hurt Yourself, Old Man”

During alleged home invasion, the retiree fired his rifle in self-defense at a man with criminal record.

Czech Firearm Manufacturer Announces New Headquarters in Arkansas

CZ-USA plans to build a new facility on 73 acres and create 565 jobs.

Arkansas Looks to Expand Gun Rights

State legislators, bucking the trend of what’s likely to happen in the nation’s capital, plan to improve rights for gun owners.

NRA Foundation Gives Arkansas College Club $3K

The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana club will use the donation for the team’s registration fees in the Arkansas State Championship Shoot next spring.

Friends of NRA Awards $18,000 in Grants in Arkansas

The money comes from fundraising efforts associated with Friends of NRA banquets, where proceeds are designed to benefit youth shooting sports teams.

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