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Hunters, Shooters to Top $4 Trillion in Lifetime Spending

Forty million Americans today are active in shooting sports and hunting. During their lifetimes, the total retail value of their recreational activities will top $4 trillion, projects the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), a nonprofit trade association for the firearm industry.

Winchester’s Theodore Roosevelt Ammunition

Winchester Ammunition’s new Theodore Roosevelt commemorative ammunition line feature a nickel-plated shell casing bearing a special Roosevelt head-stamp in three popular calibers: .30-30 Win., .45 Colt and Roosevelt's favorite big bore lever-gun round, the .405 Winchester.

Colt Melby Retires from S&W Board of Directors

Colt Melby has retired from the Smith & Wesson board of directors, effective January 8, 2008.

Groups For and Against Guns Put Best Possible Spin on Election

(CNSNews.com) - The midterm election may have been a referendum on the president, war, corruption, and scandal, but 'it does not translate into greater support for gun control at the grass roots level,' says a gun lobby group. 'If anything, gun control was notable as a non-issue in this election,' said Gun Owners of America in a news release. A leading gun control group, however, says quite the contrary: 'In this election, the gun issue was in…

Russian Ammo Ban Is Here

Well, no surprise, it looks like the Biden Administration is trying its best to choke off a major supplier of inexpensive ammunition to the...