While the Second Amendment was the reason for the gathering, there were a number of gun themed vehicles on hand for the 145th National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Louisville this week.
Federal regulators gave thumbs up to a new adjustable stabilizing brace for an AR-type pistol created by SB Tactical, the company credited with originating the device.
The National Rifle Association officially backed presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to the amplified applause of convention-goers Friday, during the group’s annual meetings in Louisville, Kentucky.
The National Rifle Association’s Executive Director weighed in on the upcoming Presidential election and conjured a specter of a “fixed” run by the Clinton machine on the White House.
The opening speaker of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action’s Leadership Forum in Louisville on Friday centered his singular focus on Hillary Clinton’s gun policy.
Two pro-gun rulings have come in the last few days and to make things sweeter, they were handed down in courts in California and Washington, D.C.
The country’s largest civil rights organization, with a membership touted to be over five million strong, is steered by a 76 member Board of Directors.
The suppressor industry was out in force at Knob Creek on Thursday at the Third Annual American Suppressor Association Media Day and Guns.com was there.
Knox Williams of the American Suppressor Association hopes to take the Hearing Protection Act all the way to the president.
Arguments with gun control advocates often require weeding through fallacies like the attempt to classify firearms as weapons of mass destruction.