Texas Women Getting Concealed Carry Doubles

Texas Women

KXAN News reports every other Wednesday night Red’s Indoor Gun Range in South Austin is hoppin’. Every bay is usually taken by women. It hasn’t always been this way. “Every week there would be just me and then one week there would be two of us,” said Nikki Jones who founded Sure Shots, a women’s Continue reading here…

New Law Makes WWII Museum Give Up Guns

Up in arms

Fox News Reported that a small museum in Washington state is removing old firearms from a WWII exhibit due to a new gun control law. The Lynden Pioneer Museum posted the following on Facebook a week ago: The new voter-approved law, Initiative 594, requires background checks on all gun transfers. The museum is wary that they could Continue reading here…

FLORIDA Allows Hunting With Suppressors Effective NOW

Hunting-in-Florida

Florida came has AS OF TODAY allowed the citizens of this state to start hunting with Suppressors. Today, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to repeal the 57 year old prohibition on the use of firearm suppressors for taking deer, gray squirrels, rabbits, wild turkeys, quail, and crows. Following the passage of Continue reading here…

Top Tourist Attractions That Ban Weapons

No weapons allowed

Gun owners might be under the impression that a valid carry license allows them to bring their firearms into tourist attractions such as theme parks, zoos, or national parks. However, many tourist hot spots have a “no guns allowed” ban on firearms. Most major tourist attractions have posted rules and regulations online and visitors who Continue reading here…

St. Louis Conceal Carry Permit Sales Explode

Ferguson Gun Owner

Concealed carry permit applications are exploding in the St. Louis area.  FOX 2’s Rebecca Roberts takes a look at these numbers and the reasons behind the big jump. On Wednesday, Terri Earls went to Top Gun Shooting Sports in Arnold to buy a gun, and learn how to use it.  “I want to get a Continue reading here…

Ohio State Looks At Possible Gun Law Overhaul

Ohio

In the few weeks remaining in the legislative session, lawmakers may send Gov. John Kasich a bill eliminating the legal duty of Ohioans to retreat from danger before using deadly force to protect themselves. “A person facing a life-threatening situation should not have a duty to flee and hope for the best,” Rep. Terry Johnson Continue reading here…