Colette Wind has been employed at Bergey Windpower in Norman for roughly six years. She's now being hailed a hero for stepping in Wednesday when a man entered the Norman business with a gas mask and firearms and confronted his wife.
The unconventional idea that gun-friendly President Donald Trump is good for the firearms industry has apparently won out.The 25 million firearms background checks conducted across the country in 2017 was the second-highest total since the FBI began monitoring the records in 1999.
Gun control proponents often advocate policies that are either ineffective or address nonexistent “problems.” This prevents action on credible remedies supported by people on both sides of the Second Amendment debate.
The National Rifle Association announced on Thursday it will donate a total of $25,220 to two central Pennsylvania police agencies through its charitable foundation.
It's a place where serious big game hunters hang out and network -- kind of a supermarket for hunting enthusiasts.Tens of thousands of them have come from all over the world to the annual Dallas Safari Club Convention & Sporting Expo.
Boosting affordable housing and job growth in rural Oregon, tightening gun control and battling the opioid epidemic are among Gov. Kate Brown’s priorities in the upcoming legislative session.
A student's senior picture is being thrown out of the yearbook because he's holding a gun.
Yesterday, Senator Owen Hill, and Representatives Lori Saine and Stephen Humphrey introduced Senate Bill 52, legislation that seeks to repeal the misguided 2013 law that limited the amount of ammunition a firearm magazine can hold.
On Monday, January 15th at 10:00AM, the Senate Law & Justice Committee is scheduled to hear multiple anti-gun bills. Testimony will be limited during the hearing, so all NRA members and Second Amendment supporters are strongly encouraged to arrive early to sign in to testify in addition to meeting directly with their legislators afterwards.
Today, the Colorado General Assembly began its 2018 Legislative Session.
Today, the Maryland General Assembly convened for its 2018 Legislative Session and multiple gun bills have already been scheduled for a hearing.
As the Virginia General Assembly reconvenes for the 2018 session, it is more imperative than ever for NRA members and gun owners to make their voice heard.
A restaurant employee said a man entered the establishment with a gun. That’s when things turned violent. One employee was forcibly grabbed, and used as a hostage.
Today, January 10th, the West Virginia Legislature begins its 2018 legislative session. This year, your NRA is seeking several significant pro-gun measures. It’s vital that gun owners and sportsmen across the Mountain State stay actively involved throughout 2018.
Democratic Gov.-elect Ralph Northam said Tuesday that expanding Medicaid in Virginia and implementing universal background checks for gun buyers will be two of his top legislative priorities after he takes office this weekend.
When the citizens appear just as confused and uninformed about how to respond to a government mandate as the government officials in charge of enforcing it, it’s time to take a beat and get things under control.Such is the case with a provision of New York’s SAFE Act gun control law that requires all holders of handgun licenses in New York who were registered before January 2013 to renew those licenses before the end of this month.
Nebraska lawmakers rejected a bill Tuesday that would have raised the cost of a handgun permit from $5 to $25, with some senators arguing that counties shouldn't impose any fee.
The Illinois Legislature has convened its 2018 session. As in 2017, legislation has and will be introduced that affects gun owners across Illinois. It is vital that gun owners and sportsmen across the state stay actively involved throughout 2018.
Today, the Assembly Public Safety Committee failed to pass Assembly Bill 1394, sponsored by Assembly Member Travis Allen (R-72). AB 1394 would have addressed the inequitable nature of California’s current concealed carry law by removing the “good cause” requirement and turning California into a “shall issue” state.
The South Carolina Legislature has convened its 2018 session today. As in 2017, legislation has and will be introduced that affects gun owners across South Carolina. It is vital that gun owners and sportsmen across the state stay actively involved throughout 2018.