“Only You Can Stop a Bad Man With A Gun”

By MarkPA Our nation just witnessed two California tragedies, back-to-back: The mass killing of a dozen party-goers at the Borderline country bar, and the Camp Wildfire rapidly marching toward four dozen deaths with hundreds missing. I’m experiencing a double dose of frustration because I am at a loss to conceive of a solution that guarantees […]

Playing the ‘Gun Violence’ Blame Game

By Dr. LateBloomer Let’s play a little game, just between us physicians, shall we? Are you offended by the implication that you, as a lawful prescriber, are to blame for the opioid epidemic? Are you tired of the government telling you how you should practice medicine–all because of the actions of the criminal and the […]

Doctors and Medical Groups Should Stay In Their Lane

By Arthur Przebinda, MD The NRA’s response to the American College of Physicians trotting out its same old recommendations of infringing on the Second Amendment rights of Americans after the Thousand Oaks mass murder has ignited a social media firestorm. Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership was asked for a comment on the matter by the Wall Street […]

Our Industry Salutes Our Veterans

The National Shooting Sports Foundation is profoundly grateful to those men and women who have sworn an oath to their nation and served in the Armed Forces. Our member companies, including manufacturers of firearms and ammunition, are honored to provide the very best to our nation’s very best. Below are comments from individuals throughout our […]

‘Come And Take It,” They Said . . .

By Rachel Malone Did you hear about the man who, it’s reported, was shot and killed when he refused to give up his guns? That incident happened right here in the United States earlier this week. It’s a result of a new “red flag” gun confiscation law. And it represents the kind of danger we […]

CCRKBA Congratulates Second Amendment US Senate Victors

  BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today congratulated three new pro-Second Amendment senators who replace anti-gunners and strengthen the Republican majority, which will be important to confirming federal court nominees and prevent House Democrats from pushing extremist gun control laws. Democrats Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Joe […]

If Only We Could Get ‘Doctors Without Partisans’ to Look at Gun-Related Deaths in America

By MarkPA The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine conducted a workshop in Washington DC (and on-line) on October 17-18, 2018, titled “Health Systems Interventions to Prevent Firearm Injuries and Death”.  The workshop was sponsored by Kaiser Permanente and the American Hospital Association. This work, by healthcare systems, could be extremely encouraging. They bring to the […]

The Beginner’s Guide to Long Range Shooting

By Jon Gillespie-Brown The feeling you get when you can hit a tiny target, almost out of sight, is really amazing for many of us. Taking your skills to that level takes some time and training, but it’s gratifying when you achieve that next step in your shooting skill set. One reason many shooters are […]