2020 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits Canceled
NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre has released the following statement regarding the 149th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, scheduled to be held April 16-19 in Nashville, Tenn.
A Hunter’s Guide to Staying Sane During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Here are five things hunters can do to avoid cabin fever during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pennsylvania Governor Reverses Course, Reopens Gun Stores Amid COVID-19 Crisis
At the urging of several of the state's Supreme Court justices, Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf backtracked on a portion of his Coronavirus-related emergency shut down order yesterday, allowing gun stores to reopen, albeit under severe restrictions.
Remington Offers Facility in Ilion, NY, to Help State Fight COVID-19
The CEO of Remington Arms, Ken D’Arcy, says the company’s plant in Ilion, NY could produce various medical supplies if New York governor Andrew Cuomo requests aid from the company.
Ammo Shortage Survival Guide
Finding ammunition during a shortage can be difficult. Here are some tips to help get you what’s needed.
Federal Donates N95 Masks to Minnesota Hospitals
Federal donates cases of N95 masks from its equipment inventory and will disperse them to local hospitals near its facility in Anoka, Minn., to help meet supply needs.
Otis Technology Helps First Responders in Fight Against COVID-19
Otis Technology has partnered with Saint Lawrence Spirits to make, bottle and distribute hand sanitizer to first responders helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Firearm Industry Federally Designated Part of Critical Infrastructure
The Trump administration has designated the firearm industry, to include retailers, a part of the nation's critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Radians Donates 14,000 N95 Masks
Radians, a manufacturer of eye and ear protection for shooters and hunters, has joined the growing ranks of firearm-industry manufacturers leveraging their resources and facilities to help slow the COVID-19 pandemic.
Firearm Background Checks Break Records Amid COVID-19 Concerns
March saw 3.7 million background checks conducted, the most since the system was created in 1998, fully eclipsing the previous record of 3.3 million set in December 2015.