Indiana State Police Chooses P365 As Back-Up Pistol

After extensive testing, the Indiana State Police selected the P365 as a back-up option paired with officers' primary SIG Sauer P227 duty gun.

Crimson Trace Launches 25-25-25 Giveaway & Rebates

In conjunction with its appearance at the NRA Annual Meetings, Crimson Trace is offering consumers an opportunity to win gear and receive a rebate on their orders.

NRA Announces Intent to Move National Rifle Championships to Indiana

The National High-Power Rifle Championships have been held in Camp Perry, OH, for more than a century. Now, shooters will be heading to Indiana.

Right to Hunt Amendments Pass Overwhelmingly in Kansas, Indiana

Voters in Kansas and Indiana elected to protect the right to hunt, fish and trap in their states by a wide margin.

Fort Wayne Council Votes to Comply With State Firearms Law

The Fort Wayne, IN, city council voted to change a city ordnance in order to loosen firearms restrictions.

Hoosiers Lead the Concealed Carry Pace

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

In Wake of Robbery, Hoosier Eatery Offers Concealed Carry Discounts

The owner of a popular Cajun eatery located on the East side of Indianapolis is serving a warning to all bad guys following a recent robbery at his establishment, offering a 25-percent discount to customers with a valid Indiana concealed-carry handgun license.

Pro-Suppressor Legislation Seeing Success in More States

Measures to legalize the use of suppressors while hunting advance in Wyoming, North Dakota and Indiana.

Important Gun Legislation Advances in Indiana

The Hoosier State continues to lead the way in promoting a gun-friendly atmosphere by eliminating superfluous and burdensome anti-firearm legislation.

Legislation Would Prohibit Gun Buy Back Programs

Indiana is taking steps to stop on the improperly named "gun buyback" programs, recognizing they are ineffective and a waste of funds.

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