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Last month, a dozen members of the Idaho firearms industry met in an event hosted by the Idaho Firearms and Accessories Manufacturers Association (IFAMA) to draw attention to the fact that Idaho has a thriving firearms and firearms accessory industry.
The Browning A-5 humpback is back! However, the iconic humpback-shaped receiver is the only thing this new Browning autoloader shares with its legendary namesake.
The Russian army says it is halting orders of the famous Kalashnikov assault rifle until a newer model is developed by its manufacturer.
Remington Arms Company, LLC, recently announced contracts with two West Virginia Law Enforcement agencies, with both contracts for Remington’s workhorse shotgun, the Model 870.
In 2009, a very popular public shooting range within the Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA), near Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, was closed over safety concerns. That left a lot of shooters without a place to shoot. Until, that is, three new, privately owned ranges opened nearby.
Officials in Pasco County, Florida, are discussing opening a new shooting range. Interestingly, the range is being considered for its potential to draw in a new tourist demographic – shooting enthusiasts with a yen to travel – and thereby boost the local economy.
Recently, states like Idaho, Alabama and Montana have presented a novel argument as part of an effort to lure the firearms industry’s high-paying jobs south and west: Gun makers would be happier and more successful among their own — citizens who regularly use firearms — than they would be remaining in states trying to limit gun rights.
In Seabrook, New Hampshire, three men recently volunteered their time and energy to help re-open the town’s local shooting range.
Last month, the Franklin Revolver and Rifle Association, located in Franklin, New Jersey, celebrated 100 years in operation.