NSSF is the trade association for America's firearms industry.
Our mission: To promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.
NSSF is the trade association for America's firearms industry.
It's mission: To promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.
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HBO Will Allow Ammo Company’s Logo in Fight Saturday

In a turn of events, following an NSSF news post circulated widely in the press, Light Heavyweight World Champion Sergey Kovalev will be allowed to display the logo of Tulammo USA on his trunks when he defends his title against Nadjib Mohammedi in a live broadcast on HBO Saturday, his sponsors tell NSSF. Earlier this […]



Network Should ‘Throw In the Towel’ on Censorship of Ammo Company Logo

Light Heavyweight World Champion Sergey Kovalev defends his title against Nadjib Mohammedi live Saturday, July 25, on HBO. The Russian fighter has fought his way to the top with notable victories over former light heavyweight world champions Gabriel Campillo, Nathan Cleverly, Bernard Hopkins and Jean Pascal. Kovalev’s latest fight against Pascal pulled in 1.2 million […]



NSSF Program Hunting Works for America Continues Growth

Hunting Works For Maine officially launched in Augusta today, making it the 11th addition to the Hunting Works For America family.



As We’ve Been Saying, Let’s Continue to FixNICS

Effective background checks on prospective firearm purchasers depend on the submission of complete, accurate information in the NICS database, and adequate training of those responsible for entering data.



Parroting Propaganda Earns Sen. Murphy Four Pinocchios

Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) has proven once again that he is truth-challenged when it comes to firearms facts.



Make No Mistake: “The Trace” is No Impartial News Organization

Readers Beware. Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently revealed a new tactic in his ongoing campaign to impose his anti-gun agenda on Americans with the launch of “The Trace.”



Weak Bloomberg Study Draws Unfounded Conclusions

A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health makes the spurious claim that Connecticut’s 10-year old handgun permit-to-purchase law kept the state’s firearms homicide rates (FHRs) lower than it otherwise would have been.



Policy Making—Not Just for Washington

As members of NSSF’s team of FFL compliance consultants, we cover many topics during a retail site consultation visit. One that catches many by surprise is keeping store policies in writing.