NSSF today held its first Firearms Industry Day at the Georgia state Capitol in Atlanta where industry leaders representing firearm manufacturers, distributors and retailers were privileged to meet with Gov. Nathan Deal and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle.
It's mission: To promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.
Last week Attorney General Jeff Sessions provided further assurance that NSSF was right for supporting his nomination and advocating for his confirmation as head of the Trump Administration’s Justice Department.
Registration is now open for NSSF’s 2017 Industry Summit, set for June 5-7 in Austin, Texas.
Retailers that experienced panic buying in the past are hitting the reset button to compete in an altered selling environment, one that demands more planning and forward thinking to maintain a consistent bottom line. This is the second of the four-part series “From the Counter,” providing a perspective from four firearm retailers in four diverse regions of the country.
Secretary Zinke Downs Last-Minute Lead Ban; Preserves Sportsmen’s Ability to Participate in Traditions
Secretary Zinke, just hours into his first day on the job, took swift action in scrapping the ban on lead by hunters and anglers in outdoor recreation that was passed on the final full day by the Obama administration.
Ryan Zinke, a former U.S. Representative (R-Mont.), was confirmed by the Senate in a 68-31 vote today.
All security cameras require a central video recorder to transmit and archive the footage captured. DVRs (digital video recorders) evolved from the older VCR models, while NVRs (network video recorders) represent the next step in the evolution of video recording technology. Here’s a side-by-side look at how DVRs and NVRs compare.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) has introduced the NSSF-supported Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act (S. 446).