NRA-ILA Daily Alert
Cox: UN fails to produce a gun control treaty, but the fight is far from over
The National Rifle Association and our four million members have been fighting for nearly 20 years to stop the United Nations from trampling our Second Amendment freedoms.This past month, we continued that fight at the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty conference in New York. We attended countless meetings. We rallied a majority of U.S. senators to stand strong against the ratification of any U.N. treaty that infringes on our Second Amendment freedoms in any way.
Second Amendment at risk in second term
With less than 100 days to go before the election, the left let slip its vision of a second term for President Obama that will be the end for the Second Amendment.
Hill lawmakers have bill to end online ammunition sales to 'regular' Americans
The Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act would require buyers who are not dealers to present a photo ID at the time of purchase, "effectively banning the online or mail order purchase of ammo by regular citizens," according to a summary of the legislation provided to Fox News.The three other provisions are: Only licensed dealers can sell ammunition, the licensed dealers must keep records of ammunition sales and they must report the sales of more than 1,000 rounds to an unlicensed buyer within five business days.
5 ATF officials singled out in 'Fast and Furious' GOP report
Five officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives share much of the blame for what went wrong with the Arizona gun smuggling probe called Operation Fast and Furious, a Republican congressional draft report concludes.
Shooters: Sport teaches respect, not violence
Matt Emmons said something fascinating the other day. He said it in response to a hard question about a tragedy. Emmons is a member of the U.S. Olympic shooting team.
Lautenberg-Schumer Amendment Would Ban Standard Magazines
Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) have proposed an amendment to the "Cybersecurity Act" to ban standard capacity magazines. The amendment would ban import, possession, and transfer of magazines that accept (or could be readily converted to accept) more than ten rounds and that are manufactured after the enactment of the amendment. Pre-ban magazines could be possessed by the current owner, but not transferred or imported. The ban only excludes tubular magazines designed to accept .22-caliber ammunition.