Some of the nation’s best 5-meter BB gun shooters—from the ages of 8 to 15—have again gathered for a chance to earn national titles during the Daisy National BB Gun Championship Match.
Guy Sagi filed a Freedom of Information Act request to determine exactly what was turned in when the Greenville, N.C., Police Department held a gun “buyback” in November that didn’t involve any cash exchange. The results don’t come close to justifying the manpower required to plan or man the event.
Don’t know Allan Cors? For a half-century he has worked tirelessly, often behind the scenes, to protect the rights and freedoms of American gun owners. A competitive shooter, collector and historian, Cors was instrumental in founding the Institute for Legislative Action—and changing the course of the NRA.
It’s hard not to hear the by "The Doors" when you watch today’s major networks. They specialize in covering bad and inflammatory news, so it’s little wonder none of them showed up in Rogers, Ark., over the July 4 holiday to witness the positive impact trigger time can make on young shooters.
Last year NRA Publications Editorial Director John Zent shed some light on one of the most compelling topics in the firearm industry today—a decades-long migration pattern of gun makers from the northeast and other regions of the United States to the southern states.