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Moving: It Isn't That Simple

Why don't firearm manufacturers in the Northeast simply pick up and move considering all the oppressive gun laws passed there recently? Mark Keefe has the answer.

Ruger Creates 450 New Jobs in North Carolina

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. will establish a new manufacturing facility in Rockingham County where over 450 new jobs will be created by the end of 2017.

Para USA LTC Tactical

The Para LTC Tactical is a single-stack 1911 and incorporates a number of tactical features, including Para's Power Extractor.

Deer Camp Design: Remington's Model 783

The latest Remington bolt-action rifle is affordable, accurate and modern, but the Model 783’s design started with ideas formed by a group of hunters-who also happen to be executives at America’s oldest gunmaker.

Re-Ignited: Para USA is Back

Since the mid-1980s, Para-Ordnance, now Para USA, has been enhancing a classic American firearm, the M1911 semi-automatic pistol. Recent changes have kept Para out of the spotlight for several years, but now, with a fresh catalog of feature-filled guns, the creators of the “double-stack” .45 are back and ready to turn up the heat in the M1911 consumer market.

Firearm Manufacturing Moves South

Fed-up with rampant anti-gun legislation in northeastern states, some of the biggest names in gunmaking are joining a growing roster of startup manufacturers and overseas firms in building their products in the South.

Ruger Hard at Work Building Guns in North Carolina

After visiting Ruger's new Mayodan, N.C. factory, John Zent says he sees a home run for Ruger and for the local economy.

North Carolina State Highway Patrol Selects SIG Sauer P226 in .357 SIG

The SIG Sauer P226 came out on top for its reliability, accuracy and durability.

Buy a Truck, Get a Gun

A small North Carolina Ford dealership is giving away a $350 voucher toward the purchase of a gun if you purchase one of its 2014 pickup trucks before Labor Day.

Anatomy of a Move: An In-Depth Look at Beretta's Decision to Leave Maryland for Tennessee

While Beretta previously announced that it would expand its future manufacturing operations at a new Gallatin, Tenn., facility due to Maryland’s political climate—in particular oppressive gun laws—hings heated up with the announcement that ALL the company’s U.S. manufacturing will now move to the far-more-firearms-friendly (and business friendly) State of Tennessee.

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