A Milton man is the winner of a 9 MM door prize from a pro-Second Amendment candidate meet-and-greet in Williston.
Gun sales are down this year in Vermont, although not as steeply as the rest of the country.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife offers hunting instructor training at a Waterbury gun shop.
The life of Second Amendment advocate Evan Hughes will be remembered in Barre this Sunday.
The National Rifle Association’s PAC has given A’s to some Vermont Republican candidates, and less-flattering marks to others.
The sights and smells came flooding back and the happy people and their families all seemed suspended in my mind in a soon-to-be tragic tableau.
In response to recent mass shootings, legislators in New York and in several other states have turned their attention to a new target: civilian body armor.
It’s not often Vermont gets mentioned in “Armed Citizen”, a regular feature in the NRA mag America’s First Freedom.
Body armor is like a radar detector because it gives crooks an unfair advantage over cops, Sen. Phil Baruth says.
Persistence paid off for a pair of pro-2A Vermont lawmakers this year, the NRA reports.