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5 Low-Cost Training Methods for Shooters

Whether it's an ammunition shortage or another limiting factor, it is still possible to train without having to spend a lot or hunt down centerfire ammunition.

Smith & Wesson To Host First Virtual Event for Consumers

Consumers can take part in Smith & Wesson's first-ever virtual event on March 15 at 8 p.m. EST.

Firearm Companies Provide Gifts to Ailing Youth

A number of firearm-industry manufacturers banded together to ease one particular enthusiast's isolation during the pandemic.

PenFed Credit Union Sees Record Growth

PenFed Credit Union highlighted the sacrifices of American veterans in the pages of American Rifleman, and the company saw record growth in 2020 during a difficult pandemic.

Federal Premium Sets Record Straight On Ammunition Shortage

Federal President Jason Vanderbrink speaks on the current ammunition demand and dispels some misinformation that has floated around the community.

The Great Ammo Shortage of 2020: When Will It End?

Gun owners across America are asking when ammunition will be available again. Here are some of the realities and expectations straight from the nation's top ammo makers.

NRA Reschedules 150th Annual Meetings & Exhibits

Originally scheduled for mid-May, the NRA's 150th Annual Meetings & Exhibits will now be held in September 2021.

IWA Outdoor Classics Canceled

With the announcement of IWA Outdoor Classic's cancellation, the largest annual trade shows have now all fallen to COVID-19 restrictions.

Low Inventory, COVID Restrictions Slow Black Friday Gun Sales

Gun retailers are struggling to keep guns in stock amid unprecedented buying, leading to a slower Black Friday than past years for gun sales.

NRA Joins Wreaths Across America in Honoring Fallen Service Members

After a brief cancellation, Wreaths Across America is planning to honor the fallen at Arlington National Cemetery, and you can join the effort.

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