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What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

Err on the side of caution and safety and don't attempt to salvage or use ammunition that has been submerged.

What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

NSSF and SAAMI recommend not attempting to salvage or use submerged ammunition.

What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

What to Do with Ammunition Affected by Flood Waters

NSSF and SAAMI recommend not attempting to salvage or use submerged ammunition.

Economic Impact of Firearms Industry Experiences Sees Significant Increase

Economic Impact of Firearms Industry Experiences Sees Significant Increase

The total economic impact of the firearms and ammunition industry in the United States increased from $19.1 billion in 2008 to $49.3 billion in 2015, a 158 percent increase, according to a report released today by NSSF.

AccessAbility Services, Inc., Newest Bronze Sponsor of Firearm Industry Compliance Conference

AccessAbility Services, Inc., Newest Bronze Sponsor of Firearm Industry Compliance Conference

Orchid Advisors and NSSF are pleased to announce that AccessAbility Services, Inc., has agreed to sponsor the 2016 Firearms Industry Compliance Conference.

Firearms Industry Economic Impact Rises 158% Since 2008

Firearms Industry Economic Impact Rises 158% Since 2008

The total economic impact of the firearms and ammunition industry in the United States increased from $19.1 billion in 2008 to $49.3 billion in 2015, a 158 percent increase, according to a report released today by NSSF.

Illinois House of Representatives in 78-28 vote Joins Senate in Override of Gov. Quinn’s Gun Grab Attempt

Illinois House of Representatives in 78-28 vote Joins Senate in Override of Gov. Quinn’s Gun Grab Attempt

We are pleased to report that the Illinois House of Representatives has followed the lead of the State Senate to decisively override Gov. Pat Quinn’s “amendatory veto” of a bill to allow the mail order purchase of ammunition from in-state companies. The original bill will now go into effect in July 2013. To see how […]

Illinois Senate Puts the Hammer Down On Gov. Quinn’s Gun Grab Attempt

Illinois Senate Puts the Hammer Down On Gov. Quinn’s Gun Grab Attempt

The Illinois State Senate on Nov. 28, in a decisive 46 –to- 4 vote, overrode a brazen attempt by Gov. Pat Quinn to use his “amendatory veto power” to completely rewrite a senator’s bill originally intended to allow in-state purchases of ammunition by mail into a far-reaching piece of legislation effectively banning most semi-automatic rifles […]