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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – House BIll 422 (Constitutional/Permitless Carry) is now in the House Ways and Means Committee.  The committee is currently chaired by Rep. Christy Perry (R) from District 11. It is time for a public hearing on the bill! As citizens you must make your voices heard

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – Kristy Titus is honored to continue her partnership with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation as a member of Team Elk and featured on their Team ElkTV show airing on Outdoor Channel. As a member of Team Elk, Titus attends RMEF special events to promote conservation,

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – An important aspect that is often overlooked during a presidential election and a critical general election year like 2016 is the role played by soldiers who participate in the voting process and make their voices heard. The U.S. Army and other branches of the

Article first appeared at Cheaperthatdirt.com Cheaperthandirt – The new year is upon us, and it’s time to steer people into enlightenment and out of the old ways. While fate looks after some whodo not wish to be bored with the facts, the facts are not in your favor if you don’t

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – Any fair-minded analysis reveals that the roughly 13.5 million concealed-carry permit holders in the United States make astonishingly few mistakes with their firearms. Serious mistakes, where actual injuries occur, are rarer still. Despite literal decades of media hysteria—“People will be shooting each other in

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – I began lobbying for the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) in late 1999. I was inspired to get directly into the fight for freedom after the tragic events of Columbine led to widespread calls to disarm citizens like me who had

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – While Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ win over former front-runner Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Tuesday piqued the interest of many, it makes not a whit of difference to America’s law-abiding gun owners. Sure, it was surprising that the 74-year-old socialist beat Clinton

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – So The New York Times broke the story this way: “Breaking News: Facebook is banning gun sales on its network, which had become a way for private dealers to elude background checks.” This choice of words is so pregnant with anti-gun political calculation that

Article first appeared at NRAmedia.org NRAmedia – The recent ruling by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals striking down Maryland’s so-called “assault weapons” ban is a game-changer for our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. And the ruling’s reverberations should drive gun owners throughout the country to the ballot

Article first appeared at Ammoland.com Ammoland – House Speaker Mike Busch, Senate President Mike Miller, and Attorney General Brian Frosh, the same officials who passed the so called “Firearm Safety Act of 2013,” are back at it again. Yesterday morning, a press conference was held to announce leadership support for a