National Rifle Association

Mo. Senate Endorses Gun AmendmentGun owners would have to report a stolen weapon within 72 hours under new legislation.
Ill. Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Gun Crime Sentencing BillThe sponsor earlier pulled the bill over concerns voiced by the National Rifle Association and pro-gun lawmakers.
ISP OK's Instructors For Concealed-Carry TrainingIllinois residents can begin applying in January for licenses to carry concealed weapons, but so far only 54 instructors most from northern Illinois have been approved to train them.
NRA Spokesman Concerned About Ill. Concealed Carry ProcessTodd Vandermyde says whether State Police are trying or not, they're making the process harder than they have to. "'It's messed up' is an understatement right now."
NRA Silent on Second Amendment Preservation Act (HB 436)The largest gun organization in the nation has not taken a public position on a bill that would nullify federal gun laws in Missouri.
NRA Museum to Open in Missouri Bass Pro ShopsA Bass Pro announcement says the museum will have more than $20 million worth of firearms, including some from the 1600s.
Illinois Lawmakers to Vote on Concealed Carry BillThe stage is set for a vote on a concealed carry bill. And it's one that the National Rifle Association does not like.
NRA President: 'Unseemly For The President To Throw A Public Tantrum'National Rifle Association President David Keene says that while President Barack Obama's gun control efforts failed in Congress last week, "the war has not ended."
Adolphus Busch IV Drops NRA MembershipAdolphus Busch the Fourth says he disagrees with NRA's stand on background checks.
Even In Pro-Gun States, Bid To Arm Teachers StallsWhen a gunman killed 26 children and staff at a Connecticut grade school, Missouri Rep. Mike Kelley quickly proposed legislation that would allow trained teachers to carry hidden guns into the classroom as a "line of defense" against attackers.
NRA President Approves of (Part of) Mayor Slay's Gun Strategy"You use a gun to commit a crime, go to prison. Period," NRA President David Keene said.
Illinois House Panel Spars On Assault Weapons BanA two-hour House Judiciary Committee hearing on guns its third in a week produced virtually no common ground between the two sides.

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