Sarah Bard, of Gilbert, shoots at Caswells Shooting Range, Tuesday, April 6, 2010 in Mesa, Ariz. in preparation for her upcoming concealed weapons test. Gov. Jan Brewer has signed into law two bills supported by gun-rights activists. One of the bills signed Monday would broaden the state's current restrictions on …

NRA Readies Lawsuit Against California Ammunition Control

The National Rifle Association is readying a lawsuit against California’s new ammunition controls and that suit focuses on the failure to meet “statutorily mandated” deadlines throughout the lead-up to the launch of the controls.

Hurricane Irma made landfall in Barbuda but is making its way north west towards the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico

NRA Ready to Use Litigation to Stop U.S. Virgin Islands Gun, Ammo Confiscation

When U.S. Virgin Islands Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp ordered the Virgin Islands National Guard into active duty pre-Hurricane Irma, he also authorized them to seize privately owned guns and ammunition. The NRA is making clear it is ready to go to court to stop the implementation of Mapp’s anti-Second Amendment order.


Eight Pro-Second Amendment Smackdowns from NRA Annual Meetings

During the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum, speakers ranging from President Donald Trump to Sheriff David Clarke and NRA senior VP Wayne LaPierre put smackdown after smackdown on gun controllers and their surrogates in the media.

Brent Tenney displays his Glock 9mm semi-automatic handgun on the University of Utah campus where he is a student Wednesday, April 25, 2007, in Salt Lake City. Tenney says he feels relatively safe when he goes to class at the university, but the 24-year-old business major doesn't want to take …

SEC Conference Commissioner to Arkansas: Exempt NCAA Events from Campus Carry

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) signed campus carry into law on March 22, and on March 28, SEC Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey issued a statement asking for an exemption so that law-abiding students will not be armed for self-defense at NCAA sporting events in the state.


GOP Lawmakers Introduce Permitless Carry for Wisconsin

On Tuesday Representative Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma) and Senator Dave Craig (R-Town of Vernon) introduced legislation that would remove the requirement for a permit to carry concealed in Wisconsin.