Chris Cox, the Executive Director of the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action, is at the forefront of common sense gun laws. The mainstream media has developed a narrative that somehow the NRA wants to be able to make it easier for terrorists to obtain firearms.
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Mike Piccione is the Guns & Gear editor for the Daily Caller.
An Arlington, Va., gun store has filed an accusation with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives against a CBS News producer who bought an AR-15 rifle to show how easy it is to do so.
There is a lot of misinformation about the AR-15 rifle. Let’s clear up a few misconceptions for the highly opinionated, under-informed vocal gun control advocate.
In the first 100 days of 2016, 857 people were victims of shootings in Chicago, according to the Chicago Tribune. There were 15 shootings on April 7 alone. The shootings are primarily just west and south of the city center.
Every year knife-maker Ernest Emerson assembles a line of custom gear, auctions it off, and gives the proceeds to charity.
“This is the year we make a true and honest and real difference in our country,” NRA’s Wayne LaPierre told a packed house yesterday at the 2016 Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland.
Anyone who doubts Keanu Reeves gun skills is going to be shocked. The 51 year old actor shreds the shooting range with multiple firearms in this 37 second video. Note the smooth firearm transitions.
Valerie Jarrett, Chicago native and senior adviser to President Obama, showed up via satellite to the Steve Harvey Show on Monday to discuss the recent executive orders on guns and gun violence in Chicago.
Men of a certain age know there is no shortcut to get what you want. To get back what you lost long ago through time and neglect will take some effort. Getting started is the hardest part of the process. So get [email protected]!ng started.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has taken out a full-page ad in The Washington Post Wednesday directed to President Obama.
The Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT) kicks off today in Las Vegas, NV, but yesterday the media received an early peek at something we thought we would never see, a Kimber revolver.
In a newly released video NRA’s Wayne LaPierre challenges President Obama to a debate on gun control.
NRA’s Wayne LaPierre, “In 2010, roughly 80,000 prohibited people committed a felony by trying to buy a gun, just 44 were prosecuted for it.” [VIDEO]
Wayne LaPierre goes straight to the truth about background checks in a newly released video.
Armslist.com is an online classified site for people looking to sell firearms. Armslist doesn't handle the transaction, they allow ads for people wanting to sell guns or gun related gear and the transaction is handled between the individual buyer and seller.
James Comey is the current Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI oversees the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) - the system that is in place to keep undesirables from buying a new gun.
"President Obama has all the laws he needs to stop the bloodshed now," Wayne LaPierre asserts in his response to President Obama's Chicago gun control speech today. "Under the existing Federal gun laws he could take every felon with a gun, every drug dealer with a gun and criminal gang-banger with a gun off the streets tomorrow and lock them up for 5 years or more," LaPierre states in this newly released National Rifle Association video.
Ready for common sense gun control? Maybe it would just be easier to get rid of guns altogether. The only thing in the way is that pesky Second Amendment. It's only 27 words, and many of them are very small - 17 words are four letters or less.
Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took the time to autograph some AR-15 lower receivers after a campaign event last month.
Someone in Chicago has been shot every 2.84 hours this year for a total of 2,349 shootings during the period of January 1, 2015 to October 6, 2015, according to crime stats published by the Chicago Tribune.