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Washington: Your Input Needed on Recreational Shooting in Tahuya State Forest
Thank you to all NRA members and supporters who attended the public meeting in Mason County on possible locations for the construction of a target shooting range in the Tahuya State Forest. DNR has identified two potential locations for a proposed range and is asking for input on the site location and features for the range. Information from the meeting on the proposed sites may be found here. Additionally, comments and input on the proposed range locations and on target shooting in the Tahuya State Forest may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rhode Island: Last Chance to Stop Anti-Gun Bill
The Rhode Island Legislature is going to be ending their six-month session any day now, and as we approach the finish line, this is the most dangerous time for gun owners.
Nationwide Firearms Turn-in Not Enough for Australia’s Gun Haters
On July 1, Australia begins National Firearms Amnesty 2017, the country’s fourth federal firearms buyback (more accurately termed turn-in) or amnesty program since 1987. According to the Australian government, officials hope to capture some of the country’s estimated 260,000 unregistered firearms. The Australian government has also cited the threat of terrorism, and in particular the December 2014 siege on the Lindt Café in Sydney, as justification for the new turn-in. The amnesty period runs to September 30.
Steadfast Czechs Fight on Against EU Gun Control
The European Union’s new restrictions on firearms ownership were finalized on May 24, when the misguided changes to the European Firearms Directive were published in the political bloc’s Official Journal. Despite this setback, the Czech Republic has made clear that the country will continue its fight for European firearms freedom.
Mainstream Media Misrepresents NRA's Position on Right-to-Carry Permits
There is an ongoing debate as to the severity of the decline in the modern attention span. However, in a world pervaded by 140 character messages and trivial clickbait articles, few would argue that many are now consuming information more rapidly and in smaller pieces. In this environment, an article’s headline has become increasingly important, taking an outsized role in conveying the information within.