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Smith & Wesson To Host First IDPA Indoor National Championships

Smith & Wesson Corp., announced today that after 10 years of successfully hosting the Smith & Wesson International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Winter Championships, the company will now hold the first IDPA Indoor National Championships February 21-23, 2008.

NASR, EPA Forge Agreement

A new agreement between NSSF's ranges division, the National Association of Shooting Ranges (NASR), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) allows shooting ranges to submit Environmental Stewardship Plans anonymously.

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…

Gun-Rights Rino Rollover Candidates

Last issue, I asked for your thoughts about what gun legislation might be forthcoming from the Biden Administration, and some of your comments appear...