John Ackor of Rockingham, N.C., thought it was his father
keeping him awake with all that racket, so he got out of bed to ask
for a little peace and quiet. But as Ackor headed for his father's
room, two burglars stopped him with a blast from a 12-ga. shotgun.
Although wounded in the chest, abdomen, and both hands, Ackor ducked
away, got his own rifle, and returned fire. When police arrived,
they found one burglar dead in the backyard and the other seriously
wounded inside the home. Both had jewelry and other family
belongings on them. The sheriff's deputy said it was "amazing" that
Ackor coud do what he did in spite of his wounds which required the
amputation of a finger.
Last week, we wrote about Americans for Responsible Solutions’ irresponsible misinformation about The Hearing Protection Act on Twitter. Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who took notice of ARS’s complete disregard for the facts on ...
Today, the Arkansas Senate passed Senate Bill 724, an anti-gun bill which undermines some of the key advancements made with the passage and enactment of House Bill 1249. SB 724 is now headed to the ...
Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, President Trump’s pick to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme court, asserted during his confirmation hearings this week that Scalia’s landmark Second Amendment opinion in District of ...
We are excited to inform you of our new California specific webpage – Stand and Fight California. On this page you will find State Legislation, Legal Updates, and How to Get Involved, among other California ...
On Monday, March 27, the Texas Senate will convene after 2:00pm and is expected to take up and consider Senate Bill 16, NRA-backed legislation sponsored by State Sen. Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) and Joan Huffman (R-Houston).
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.