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Measure Seeks to End Texas Concealed Carry License Fees

Legislation in Texas for the upcoming 85th general session could eliminate the fee required for a concealed carry license in the Lone Star State.

Permitless Carry Becomes Law in Missouri

Missouri becomes the 11th state to eliminate the need for a permit to carry a concealed handgun.

Hoosiers Lead the Concealed Carry Pace

Per capita, Hoosiers continue to lead the pace in concealed carry.

Beretta: 500 Year of Firearms History

What do Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, Sean Connery, Norman Schwarzkopf and US Olympic gold medalists have in common? They’ve all proudly owned and shot firearms carrying the Beretta name.

Target Shooting Ban Proposed on Forest Land Near Bozeman, MT

In April, the Custer Gallatin National Forest in Montana issued a special order temporarily prohibiting discharge of a firearm, air rifle or gas gun for the purpose of target shooting within the Hyalite drainage south of Bozeman.

Army Athlete Rebuilds Pistol to Compete in Olympic Event

Improvise, adapt and overcome. When push comes to shove, never count out a U.S. Soldier.

New Suppressor Registration Nears 1 Million in Past Year

The recent passage of legislation permitting the ownership of firearm suppressors in three states, as well as the expansion of silencer use by hunters, resulted in a substantial increase in the number of such devices registered by the ATF, according to data released by the agency this week.

Concealed Carry Permits Reach Record High

More than 14.5 million Americans are now licensed by states to carry a concealed handgun for personal and home protection, reflecting an increase of 1.73 million in the past 12 months.

Ruger CEO Talks Election, NRA-ILA Support During Earning’s Call

Ruger's CEO took the opportunity this week to pledge his company’s continued support of the NRA while stressing the importance of supporters of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to participate in the 2016 presidential election.

Dallas Police Job Applications Soar Nearly 350 Percent

A news release issued by the Dallas Police Department last week reports that job applications to the force have more than quadrupled since the tragic events of July 7.

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