Register for the 2018 National Firearms Law Seminar—Friday, May 4 in Dallas!

Please join us for the Annual National Firearms Law Seminar to be held on Friday, May 4, 2018 as part of the NRA Annual Meetings. The gold standard in firearms law classes, this all-day seminar provides legal instruction for attorneys and all others interested in Second Amendment law. CLE credit for all states is available.

Florida Alert: Gun Bill Causing Financial Losses for those Under 21

As previously reported, the passing of the Florida gun control bill was so orchestrated by Republicans that as soon as Governor Scott signed the bill into law, FDLE quickly shut down the background check system for hours to update the system to accommodate the new gun control provisions.  They did this with no prior notice to dealers.

Gun Carry Laws Don’t Invent a New Right

Unless you follow this stuff closely, you probably hadn’t heard this. And why would you have? Although it was breathlessly reported in some of the year-end roundups, the rule actually went into effect in September. And, as a result … nothing happened. Nothing at all.

School Walkout Organizers Can’t Decide What They’re Protesting

The protest was organized not simply to advocate for stricter gun-control laws but also to speak out against “police brutality,” “militarized policing,” and America’s “imperialist foreign policy,” according to ENOUGH National School Walkout — a subsidiary of the Women’s March.

Your Right to Free Speech, Like My Right to Self-Defense, Isn’t Open to Debate

Today, some students, teachers, and other Americans who share their views are walking out of classes across the country to call for limits on the right of free assembly. Wait, strike that. They're walking out of classes to call for further restrictions on protections against unreasonable search and seizure. Nope, that's not it either. Wait, I have it: they're protesting for greater regulation of self-defense rights. Yup, there we go.

Inside the Schools’ Gun-Control Walkouts

It was just past 10:00 a.m. when the scuffle almost became a fight. According to one student, a boy had been throwing ice at a girl, and she retaliated. The crowd surged away from the nexus of the disagreement, giving the pair space. After a blur of red and black (her hair) seemed to collide with a blur of tan (his shirt), the other students, packed into the eastern half of 17th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues, refocused their attention on chanting.“NRA, go away!”

Illinois: Expanded Waiting Period Bill Heads to Governor, Gun Ban Heads Back to House

On Wednesday, March 14th, the Illinois state Senate voted to pass a number of extreme gun control bills that would expand waiting periods, ban the purchase or possession of commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms by law abiding adults aged 18-20, and repeal the preemption law.  House Bill 1468, the bill to expand waiting periods, is now heading to Governor Bruce Rauner’s desk.  Please contact Gov. Rauner (217-782-0244) and urge him to VETO HB 1468.   In addition House Bills 1465 and 1467 are now heading back to the state House of Representatives for concurrence.  Please contact your state Representative to OPPOSE concurrence on HBs 1465 and 1467.

Oklahoma: House to Vote on Constitutional Carry Legislation

Earlier this month, the Oklahoma state House Public Safety Committee passed constitutional carry legislation.  House Bill 2951 is now expected to be voted on the House floor tomorrow.  Please contact your state Representative and urge them to support HB 2951.  Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your state Representative.

NRA Applauds STOP School Violence Act of 2018

The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) applauded on Wednesday the passage of H.R. 4909, the “STOP School Violence Act of 2018.” This bi-partisan legislation provides funding for training students, teachers, school administrators and local law enforcement to identify early warning signs that a person is a threat to themselves or others.

Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO expects to lose customers over company's discriminatory gun rule

Stack acknowledged that some of the sporting goods chain's customers could vote with their feet."There has been some negative pushback on this and some of those customers that buy firearms buy other things also," Stack said during the company's fourth-quarter earnings call with analysts. "We've had some pushback ... we try to have that in our (2018 financial) guidance — that there's going to be people who just don't shop us anymore for anything."