The red House chamber of the Statehouse turned orange Tuesday evening as gun rights activists by the hundreds filled the room to speak out for Second Amendment rights.
The potential is there for 2018 to be an amazing year for American gun owners and gun-makers. At the top of a lot of wish lists is completing export-control reform.
The Expo Center in Essex Junction will be taken over by 15,000 pro-gun advocates, hunters and nature enthusiasts Friday through Sunday to celebrate Vermont’s cherished outdoor heritage at the 26th Annual Yankee Sportsman Classic Show.
Gun control groups are once again trying to influence Vermont’s politics. Share this video with others and find out what you can do to help preserve Vermont’s gun freedom.
California’s new restrictions on ammunition are set to take effect in January, making it harder to purchase, sell and transport bullets.
The House passed legislation Wednesday that will allow people with a concealed carry permit to also bring their guns across state lines in states that permit concealed carry.
Florida pastors sent a clear warning to potential shooters, advertising a sign outside their church that says “this is not a gun free zone.”
Gun Sense Vermont founder Ann Braden is stepping aside as leader of the state’s leading gun control organization, and has entered the Emerge Vermont program that trains women to be Democratic candidates for office.
“I can only say this. If [the neighbor] didn’t have a gun, instead of 26 dead, you would have had hundreds more dead. So that’s the way I feel about it, not going to help,” Trump said.