Save the Date: Carry Guard Expo

The NRA Carry Guard Expo is three days of skill- and knowledge-building for personal protection and concealed carry.

Governors Take Action to Arm and Protect Guard Members

The governors of eight states have issued unprecedented executive orders in the past week, authorizing National Guardsmen to be armed at recruiting centers and other facilities in the wake of the July 16 deadly shooting rampage at military facilities in Chattanooga, TN, that killed five U.S. military personnel.

Pro-Gun Bill Headed to Wisconsin Gov. Walker

The Wisconsin State Assembly on Tuesday, June 9 approved a bill to repeal the state’s current 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases.

Zero Tolerance, Zero Common Sense

In one Wisconsin town, zero tolerance towards weapons extended to a veteran's group and their traditional honor guard's blank-firing rifles.

Boom in CCW Applications Creates Jobs in Wisconsin

It's no secret the U.S. firearms and ammunition industry has been one of the few bright spots in the otherwise lackluster national manufacturing paradigm in recent years.

Wisconsin Reaches CCW Milestone

Wisconsin residents have been issued 100,000 concealed-carry permits—almost reaching the state's predicted number of issued permits for a full 12-month period in less than half that time.

Wisconsin Concealed-Carry Permit Application Numbers Soar Out of Starting Gate

In the two weeks since Wisconsin's newly enacted concealed-carry law became effective, thousands of permit hopefuls have applied to the state Department of Justice.

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.

Wisconsin Right-to Carry Moves Forward

When reporting the results of the 2010 mid-term elections in November, a Weekly Slug headline posed the open-ended question, "2011: Will it be Wisconsin's Year?"

Story of the Year: Election 2010

When lawmakers assume their respective seats as the 2011 legislative sessions are called to order in Washington, DC, and in state capitals across the country in coming weeks, gun owners and shooting enthusiasts will no doubt be watching eagerly to see what results—and changes—the historic 2010 elections will bring forth.

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