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Map of current and proposed red flag law states


Red Flag Laws

Are you aware that several states have laws in place to circumvent your Second, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment rights, relating to…Read More >

Man shooting a long gun under a blue sky


Tips for Improving #RangeDayFriday Firearm Photography

Share your range and build pics with us, and be entered to win a new firearm! This month’s gun giveaway features the Patriot Ordnance Factory Renegade AR-15. Are you more of a gun fan than a gun photographer? No sweat! We have the tips to handle the photo portion. That way you can just concentrate on the build and boom!

Woman shooting a Browning Hi Power with a two-handed grip

Concealed Carry

Carrying a Back-up Firearm

Studies have shown that most gun fights involve an average of 3 shots being fired, lasting 3 seconds, and occurring at a distance of about 3 yards. In other words, in a self-defense situation, (hopefully) you won’t need multiple weapons to stop the threat. Of course, anything is possible. So, while you should be good to go by carrying a spare magazine for your primary gun, life is unpredictable and unforgiving.

William B. Ruger Jr. headshot


The Death of Firearms Icon: Bill Ruger Jr.

Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR) mourns the loss of William B. Ruger, Jr., former Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Ruger. Mr. Ruger, who was the second CEO of the Company and the son of the Company’s founder, passed away this past weekend.

Top 5 Gun Law Misconceptions


U.S. Law Shield Video: Top 5 Gun Law Misconceptions

The law can be very broad, widely interpreted and often misunderstood. Don’t find yourself in a situation where your misinterpretation causes you to go from singing Auld Lang Syne to Jailhouse Rock. In the following series of videos, U.S. Law Shield Program Attorneys discuss the top 5 gun law misconceptions for specific states.