September 8, 2020
NEWTOWN, Conn., September 8, 2020 – As suicide prevention groups mark Suicide Prevention Month by calling for prevention to become a national priority during the COVID-19 pandemic, the firearm industry is supporting that effort by educating the public – particularly the gun-owning community, including veterans and their families – on how storing firearms responsibly and simply talking to loved ones can mean the difference between a life saved and...
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...Winchester once again has stepped forward in support of the NSSF, and the shooting sports, by donating a fantastic prize package for this year’s National Shooting Sports Month. For more
August 31, 2020
Our industry well knows that excise taxes collected on firearms, ammunition and archery products play an important role in conservation. The Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act, commonly called the Pittman-Robertson Act, has received more than $13 billion from firearm, ammunition and archery equipment manufacturers since 1937. State wildlife agencies are the beneficiary of these funds, which, in many cases, make up more than half of these agencies’ annual budgets.