Fiocchi USA Announces New CEO
After the retirement of current Fiocchi USA CEO Anthony Acitelli, David Blenker will take over the position.
Smith & Wesson CEO Issues Strong Statement In The Face Of 2nd Amendment Attacks
Amid an unprecedented and unjustified attack on the firearm industry, Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc. President & CEO Mark Smith responded Monday with the following statement.
MidwayUSA Promotes Matt Fleming to President & CEO
MidwayUSA announced that Matt Fleming was appointed as the first non-family CEO in the company's history, effective immediately.
2019 American Rifleman Golden Bullseye Awards
Now in their 17th year, these prestigious awards recognize standouts from the firearm industry. Here are this year’s winners as selected by editors of “The World’s Oldest and Largest Firearm Authority.”
Vista CEO Vows “Ardent Support” for 2A Freedoms
A week before the 2018 NRA Annual Meetings, Vista Outdoor announced a “strategic business transformation” that included plans for selling a number of its component companies.
Fear & Loading: Remington CEO Resigns For Personal Reasons
On Aug. 15, 2017, James Marcotuli, announced his resignation (PDF) as CEO and chairman of the board at Remington. He held the positions for roughly two years.
Hodgdon Announces New President and CEO
Hodgdon has named Steven M. Kehrwald as its new president and CEO.
Ruger CEO to Retire
Ruger’s accomplishments under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer Michael O. Fifer make his announced retirement in May noteworthy for gun owner. His efforts were critical in the company’s growth, and helped ensure our Second Amendment rights.
Unprecedented Commitment: Ruger’s 2 Million Gun Challenge Is Going Strong
Here at the halfway point of Ruger’s 2 Million Gun Challenge, NRA-ILA’s war chest for the coming elections is growing in an inspiring new way, increasing by $2 with the sale of every new Ruger firearm on the way to a projected total contribution of $4 million.
One-on-One with Ruger CEO Mike Fifer
Ruger has increased its Million Gun Challenge to $1.2 million.