The liberal media steps in it again! The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) just pointed out that the Washington Post, a consistently left-leaning newspaper, repeated claims made by ISIS propaganda. The propaganda focused on the ease of procuring firearms in the United States and gets many things wrong, but WaPo didn’t seem to check their […]
April 1st, commonly known as April Fools’ Day, is always fun time to be on the internet. Many of the big technology giants like Google, Netflix, and Snapchat had their fun on the day, as did many other brands and companies like Coffee-Mate, Burger King, and Bush’s Baked Beans. Even Russia had some fun with […]
We’re back with another installment of our Shooting Video Round-Up. In this series we gather together some of best videos from all around the internet to entertain our gun-loving friends. We’ve got some surprising videos (like how Buzzfeed endorsed guns), some cool new product demos, and more. So, sit back, turn your speakers or headphones […]
A recent report by WalletHub examined which states depend on the firearms industry, and the results were surprising. To study this, the experts looked at states that needed the firearms industry for jobs and political contributions and also through the rate of firearm ownership. Take a look and see where your state ended up!
Last week we wrote about the newly opened Defender Training Academy in Fort Worth, TX. Now, NBC-5 out of Dallas-Fort Worth has sent a camera crew to investigate the new Simunition training room.
The Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), a pro-Second Amendment Rights group in Virginia, has sued Katie Couric, Stephanie Soechtig, Atlas Films, and Epix on the claim of defamation. This lawsuit comes after Couric released the anti-gun documentary, Under The Gun, with misleading edits during the interview with VCDL members.
A recent national poll by Pew Research has found that 44% of households have at least one firearm in the home. This is a 29% increase from a similar study done by Pew in 2014 (up from 33% of American households). But, these numbers may be a bit deceptive, the NRA explains.
Apple has announced that the next update to its emoji catalog would style the “gun” icon as a toy, rather than a pistol, reports the Washington Post. The emoji is really a revolver not a pistol.
NRA News Commentator Colion Noir isn’t buying the shameful media’s abusive use of the word “racism.” Noir asserts true racism lies in the fact that deceitful politicians allow gangs to terrorize America’s inner cities when they could clean up the streets by simply enforcing the law.
On June 12, 2016, a terrorist attacked an Orlando nightclub killing 50 people, and injuring another 53 more. While it is a tragedy that so many innocent people lost their lives, gun control groups and the media have taken this as an opportunity to continue their crusade against AR-15s, “military style assault weapons,” and other […]