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Outdoor writers’ group responds to gun control op-ed from some senior members

A Huffington Post opinion piece led by the President Obama’s former wildlife boss sparked clarification from the Outdoor Writer’s Association of America. Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, the is composed of some 800 individual members and about 200 supporting groups “from the broad, modern spectrum of outdoor beats, from shooting to

Gun Review: Glock 43 vs Sig Sauer P365 in EDC battle (VIDEO)

Among choices for concealed carry pistols, the Glock 43 has been one of the most popular since its 2015 release. It was adopted more or less happily by Glock fans who nevertheless bemoaned its anemic six-plus-one capacity. It even earned a  for its shortcomings. The Glock 43 was adopted by throngs

Illinois Senate passes 2 gun control bills, including one that has been vetoed twice

A shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House has translated to an Illinois Senate bill on gun transfers (Photo: Nashville Police Department) The so-called “Waffle House” law and a resurrected gun dealer licensing act were approved Wednesday by lawmakers in the Land of Lincoln. The proposal associated with the breakfast joint, , would

Judge denies NRA’s use of pseudonyms in Florida lawsuit

A federal judge reluctantly denied the National Rifle Association’s use of pseudonyms instead of plaintiffs’ real names in a placing age restrictions on gun purchases. U.S. District Judge Mark Walker acknowledged the group’s concern for privacy amid the volatile debate over guns, but explained the request for anonymity lacks

NRA sues New York, insurance broker over Carry Guard penalties

A man with “no apologies” prepares to enter Carry Guard’s virtual simulator as his daughter watches during the NRA show in Dallas on May 4, 2018. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) The National Rifle Association alleges New York officials conspired with a gun control organization to hurt its pro-gun message by attacking NRA-branded

Gun group hires bank lobbyist as financial companies float monitoring gun sales

Concerned with financial institutes implementing new gun control policies, the gun industry’s trade association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, retained the services of a banking lobbyist firm. The NSSF hired lobbyist Will Hollier, of Hollier & Associates, to encourage Congress to act on “discriminatory banking actions against [the] firearms industry,”

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