What is NRA's position on ... just about everything. Keep this NRA-ILA fact sheet handy for the best-explained answers to this and many other second amendment questions.
On Dec. 6, 2017, the U.S, House of Representatives voted 231 to 198 to pass the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017.
NRA has lost one of its great communicators with the sudden passing of James O. E. Norell.
This year’s donation garnered an incredible $120,000—equal to the amount generated by the five previous knives combined.
State Rep. Justin Burr introduced House Bill 817 in April, which would repeal the requirement that residents of North Carolina must have a pistol permit signed by their chief local law enforcement officer—the sheriff—prior to purchasing a handgun
A gorgeous custom knife, the collaboration of some of the craft’s most acclaimed bladesmiths and engravers, will be auctioned off during the NRA’s 146th Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Atlanta, Ga., April 27-30, with all proceeds benefiting the Association’s Institute For Legislative Action (ILA).
The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) announced on Monday that on behalf of its 5 million members, it backs the introduction of U.S. Senate Bill S. 446, The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017.
The din among critics is already deafening, but if a measure introduced this week passes, suppressors will be removed from the list of National Firearms Act of 1934.