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NRA-ILA Benefits From Largest-Ever Firearm Collection Gift

U.S.A.F. veteran Bernard "Keith" Bucknell donated his entire collection to benefit NRA-ILA, the largest single donation in the history of the NRA Firearms for Freedom program.

NRA-ILA Alert: San Francisco Goes After Guns During COVID-19 Pandemic

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors took advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to pass a resolution that demonizes firearms.

NRA-ILA on COVID-19 Shutdown: Are Your Gun Rights at Risk?

Are your Second Amendment rights at risk during the COVID-19 quarantine? Check this page for the latest updates on the fight to keep and bear arms.

San Francisco Backs Down on Blacklisting NRA Contractors

The NRA today issued a statement after the city of San Francisco, Calif., agreed not to blacklist contractors linked to NRA.

Knife Rights Supports NRA-ILA With Ornate Damascus Bowie

Freedom’s Steel VIII—Ribbons of Liberty Bowie has been donated to the NRA-ILA auction at the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis, Ind.

Cincinnati ‘77: Birthplace of the Modern NRA

From the American Rifleman archives: Over the course of the weekend, and especially in one all-night session, NRA members would change the course of their organization’s—and their nation’s—history.

Fear & Loading: Pages from the Sanctuary Playbook

Counties in at least five states—Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Illinois and New Mexico—have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries.

Fear & Loading: Washington Officials Standing their Ground

More than a dozen Washington state law enforcement officials have stated their respective departments and personnel will not enforce the changes in firearm law mandated by I-1639.

NASGW Donates $50K to NRA-ILA

The organization's donation goes to support industry advocacy efforts to protect Americans' Second Amendment rights

Fear & Loading: Outflanking the Constitution Economically

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) will be proposing rate hikes in the cost of gun permits and associated licenses significantly enough to add $1.4 million to the state’s budget.

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