On behalf of our members, the National Shooting Sports Foundation today wishes to express deep sadness on the passing of Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia while on a hunting trip. Justice Scalia authored the pivotal Heller decision and was a true champion of Americans’ right to keep and bear arms. Our thoughts are […]
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There’s a new chapter in the ongoing soap opera starring Virginia’s Gov. Terry McAuliffe and ex- New York City mayor Bloomberg’s gun control groupies.
Running a sweepstakes or contest is not without its risks. Among these risks is that your promotion, which you may have spent months planning, is found to violate federal and/or state lottery laws.
The NSSF is pleased to announce that it has updated, compiled and recently released the 10th edition of its flagship research publication, the Industry Reference Guide.
It’s clear that Bloomberg is getting a high rate of return out of his Public Health School investment. What’s not clear is why an academic journal would publish such an “editorial” with no effort to seek the truth.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s SHOT Show rang up its second highest attendance total ever, attracting more than 64,000 industry professionals during a four-day run.
A sell-out crowd attended last night’s annual State of the Industry Dinner. NSSF President Steve Sanetti took to the podium to speak about the challenges that lie ahead for the industry in 2016.
The NSSF today placed a prominent full-page ad in the Washington Post in response to President Obama’s ongoing attacks on the men and women of America’s firearms and ammunition industry.