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CALIFORNIA EASES UP ON GUN CRIMES, WHILE RESTRICTING GUN RIGHTS
CALIFORNIA EASES UP ON GUN CRIMES, WHILE RESTRICTING GUN RIGHTS
Gov. Brown signed into law a bill that�removed mandatory minimum sentences�for criminals who use guns in their crimes. It came on the heels of him signing into law new requirements for firearms retailers to add to already lengthy packaging and literatu...
Of Eagles, Chicken Littles and Snipe Hunts
Of Eagles, Chicken Littles and Snipe Hunts
Ever been invited on a snipe hunt? If you have or don�t know about a snipe hunt, politely smile and walk away. If you�re unfamiliar with this particular hunt, it�s a hunt for a quarry that doesn�t exist.
Traffic Ticket Won�t Stop Gun Purchase If We Fix NICS
Traffic Ticket Won�t Stop Gun Purchase If We Fix NICS
Last week we made the case for supporting reform legislation that will do the most to help keep firearms out of the hands of those who should not have them. �Fix-NICS� legislation was attached to Rep. Richard Hudson�s (R-NC) national reciprocity legisl...
Building a Wall of Business Credit � Three Paths to Improvement
Building a Wall of Business Credit � Three Paths to Improvement
In Part I of this article, �Building a Wall of Business Credit � Borrowing Has Benefits,� I discussed why having established credit for your FFL provides your business flexibility, can stave off the wolves when times are lean and even improve your turn...
Lead-Containing Material Disposal Considerations for Firearms Ranges
Lead-Containing Material Disposal Considerations for Firearms Ranges
Shooting range owners and operators retain responsibility for all lead waste and materials derived from their range. This is what is commonly known as �cradle� (generating the potentially hazardous waste) to �grave� (disposal of the potentially hazardo...
NSSF Q&A: U.S. Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho)
NSSF Q&A: U.S. Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho)
We are pleased to post the latest of our occasional Q&A features with an elected official who supports hunting and the shooting sports. NSSF thanks Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho) for agreeing to talk with us.