Gun Owners Aren't to Blame For Surging Violent Crime
Increases in violent crime are the result of a number of factors, yet some politicians and media members are blaming lawful gun owners. Here is why.
17 Inconvenient Facts For the Gun-Control Movement
The truth can be a moving target as our understanding evolves with new data, but we must try to hit the target every time and be honest about our mistakes. This, however, isn't what the gun-control crowd tries to do.
A Boom in Gun Sales Also Means This
Last year, an estimated 8.4 million Americans became new gun owners as the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) logged over 21 million background checks for the likely sales of firearms.
22% of Gun-Owners Just Bought a New Gun
A new survey from Rasmussen says, “Over one-fifth of Americans who have a gun in their household have added one since late May and feel safer [emphasis is ours] because they’ve done so.”
Of Gun Sales and the Election
Come November 3, this issue might prove to be the ultimate deal-breaker for Biden; if, that is, enough Americans realize their freedom is on the ballot.
12,141,032 Guns Sold
From January through July of this year, Americans bought an estimated 12,141,032 guns. This is just less than the 13,199,172 likely gun sales that occurred in all of 2019.
Gun Sales Scare the Anti-Gun Elite
The recent surge in gun sales is a trend that frightens those who oppose our Second Amendment because it signals a continued cultural trend toward freedom.
Can You Carry Concealed While Wearing a Mask?
As states require people to wear masks in what is being promoted as an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, state officials are having to answer: How does this impact concealed carry?
People are Voting With Their Wallets on Guns
Americans sure are buying guns right now. June 2020 just recorded the highest number of background checks called into the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) of any June in the history of the database.