WV Governor Signs Crucial Preemption Bill

According to Firearm Chronicles U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- While the news is filled with gloom and doom over Coronavirus scares, some good news came out of the West Virginia earlier today. WV Governor Jim Justice signed a bill that reinforces the state’s preemption law. Senate Bill 96 is part of a concerted effort by pro-gun politicians in […]

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Armed Homeowner Defends Family Against Career ‘Hoodlum”

According to Firearm Chronicles The sheriff in Putnam County, Georgia says he’s “sick” over a career criminal with a “20-page rap sheet” attempting to break into a home and terrorize the family inside. Sheriff Howard Sills says 28-year old Hunter Layne Harrison, who was already on probation for three different crimes dating back to 2014, […]

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Breaking News: Active Shooter Reported At SUNY Cortland University

There is an ongoing situation at Suny Courtland University in upstate New York.  Police scanner shows officers have building surrounded and are calling for rifles to be deployed. Listen to the scanner here

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FBI Shuts Down Firearm Transfers For Days

The Update Proceeds Good Afternoon. As a result of the increased workload and modified staffing schedules due to the COVID-19 protocols, beginning at 12:01 am ET.  Saturday March 28 2020 until 8 am ET. Monday March 30, 2020 the NICS Section will be temporarily disabling the Transfer Process. This means when calling in a NICS check, […]

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ATF Limits How Many 4473 Forms Dealers Can Order

Update on Forms from ATF As we noted in an email alert yesterday, NSSF® is in close contact with ATF to help get the answers your businesses need at this critical time. We know that many firearm retailers are running low on Form 4473s and other required forms due to the substantial surge in sales. ATF has informed […]

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Gov. Parson signs executive order to mobilize Missouri National Guard in COVID-19 response

According to KY3 News JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri braced itself for a surge of coronavirus patients as the number of deaths grew to nine, with the governor mobilizing the state’s National Guard and a top St. Louis County official urging recently retired health care workers to return to work. Gov. Mike Parson said Friday […]

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Trooper Killed in Nevada, Suspect On the Run With Police Uniform And Cruiser

Trooper Killed on US93 south of Wells, suspect took the deceased trooper’s uniform and vehicle; suspect and trooper’s F-150 may have been spotted driving SW on a dirt road off US93 S of Currie This situation occurred an hour ago but there seems to still be no news sites reporting on the crime why is […]

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St. Louis city and county to release more than 140 inmates amid virus concerns

According to St.Louis Post Dispatch CLAYTON — Authorities in St. Louis and St. Louis County were finalizing plans Wednesday to immediately release more than 140 inmates from city and county jails out of concern to limit the spread of the new coronavirus. The St. Charles County jail has also seen a dramatic drop in population […]

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Connecticut Declares Gun Stores Essential

According to Firearm Chronicles While Connecticut doesn’t tend to get named with states like California, Illinois, New York, and New Jersey when talking about which are the most anti-gun, it’s not for lack of trying on the part of lawmakers in the state. They have a long and storied history of trampling on their citizens’ […]

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State Lawmaker Wants Concealed Carry Suspended During State Of Emergency

According to Colion Noir  As Georgia gun sales surge in Georgia due to worries over the coronavirus, Georgia state Rep. Matt Gurtler, R-Tiger, wants to make sure people can carry weapons — concealed or open — without fear of arrest.⁣ ⁣ “It’s imperative that we suspend the enforcement of those weapons licenses,” Gurtler said.⁣ ⁣ […]

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