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Smith & Wesson to Receive $6 Million in State Tax Incentives

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts yesterday approved $6 million in corporate tax incentives for gunmaker Smith & Wesson to aid in the expansion of the company's Springfield headquarters and manufacturing plant.

Para Moves South of the Border

Departing Canada for the much gun-friendlier climes of North Carolina, Para USA continues to refine the 1911.

Illinois Gun Owner Identities Protected

Gun-owner identities would remain shielded from public disclosure under legislation overwhelmingly approved by the Illinois state Senate and House, and the governor has signaled he will support the measure.

Woolrich Elite Concealed Carry Chino

Woolrich heard you like pockets, so it put pockets in your pockets so you can carry stuff while you carry stuff.

Handgun Rules Expanded for Bowhunters

Regulation changes effective in time for the beginning of the 2010 archery deer seasons now allow hunting archers in Alabama and North Carolina to carry handguns for personal protection while afield.

Wisconsin Extends CCW Reciprocity to 25 States

With Wisconsin's new handgun law set to become effective in a matter of days, state Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced last week that citizens holding concealed-carry permits from 25 states will be recognized by the Badger State beginning Nov. 1, 2011.

In Michigan, We're Number One!

It's been a big week for bragging rights in Michigan.

Concealed-Carry Course Taught at Illinois College

Illinois may be the only state where persons are prohibited from legally carrying firearms for personal protection under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but this weekend some state residents will be qualifying for a permit to legally carry in 31 other states at a course offered by a college in Galesburg.

Nicole R. Goeser receives NRA's 2012 Sybil Ludington Women's Freedom Award

The National Rifle Association has selected Nicole R. Goeser of Nashville, Tennessee, to receive the 2012 Sybil Ludington Women's Freedom Award.

Concealed Carry Permitted on 206 U.S. College Campuses

As 2012 draws to a close, law-abiding citizens who hold valid concealed-carry permits issued by their respective states may now legally carry firearms for personal protection on more than 200 college campuses across the U.S.

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