With the overturning of the Democratic Governor’s veto of a measure to allow permitless carry of firearms by law-abiding citizens in West Virginia this week, similar bills in at least two additional states are showing momentum during their respective 2016 legislative sessions.
Ultra-modern indoor ranges may be quickly spreading across the nation, but there’s another breed of firearm experience rapidly gaining favor with shooters—even if they don’t own a gun. Want a silver-screen experience, prefer the smell of sweat in the morning or looking for a change in scenery? Now you can find it on the range.
Landmark legislation that would significantly alter and simplify how firearms suppressors are purchased and sold in the U.S. has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
A measure to allow Mainers to carry firearms for personal protection without the need for a permit was signed into law this week by Gov. Paul LePage.
Texas lawmakers have passed separate pieces of historic legislation that would permit open carry of firearms in The Lone Star State, in addition to allowing concealed carry of firearms on state college and university campuses by those permitted to do so.
At the ring of the first bell at SHOT Show today Bob Morrison, President and CEO of Taurus International, announces Jim Land as the 2011 Taurus Defender of Freedom Award recipient.