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Excitement, 2021 NRA Annual Meeting Dates Announced

The National Rifle Association (NRA) was established back in 1871. Each year the NRA has held annual meetings. The COVID pandemic forced NRA to cancel its 149th annual meeting last year. However, this year the 150th annual meeting is back. The dates for this year’s annual meetings have been announced as September 3rd through September […]

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Over 7000 Gun Ranges Added to Directory

Eleven months ago we launched our national gun business directory to make it easier for you to find stores, ranges, gunsmiths, etc. Yesterday we added over 7,000 new gun ranges to the directory in all 50 states.  So if you are planning on getting some range time in this holiday season check the directory for […]

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Patriot Day – 3 Lesson for All Patriots

September 11th was first proposed as a national holiday on October 25th, 2001, only 44 days after the 9/11 terrorist attack that profoundly changed our nation. September 11, 2002 was the first Patriot Day. On Patriot day it is customary to fly US flags at half-staff and to display them at citizen’s homes. There is […]

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Independence Day Holiday and The Second Amendment

As we approach the July 4th holiday I’ve been pondering the founding generation’s intention when they penned the bill of rights which protects the basic and inherent rights of Americans to speech, religion, and the bearing of arms among other things. I’ve seen considerable debate about what the founders intended when they wrote that the […]

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Why Memorial Day 2015 Is Worth Celebrating

This year we celebrate Memorial Day on May 25th, 2015. Set aside this day to honor and remember all of those who have served in our country’s military and particularly those who have sacrificed their lives in our service. Memorial Day finds it roots in the time following the Civil War where over 600,000 Americans […]

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