Politics & 2nd Amendment

The gun industry’s largest trade association hopes Congress will intervene after an Intuit payment policy left an Arizona dealer unpaid for sales made at his store. Larry Keane, vice president of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, told Guns.com Thursday the credit processing company went too far when it reversed charges for items sold at gun-related stores
Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership said this week many physicians support the Second Amendment — despite what the American Medical Association recommends. Dr. Robert Young, a practicing psychiatrist and editor for DRGO, told Guns.com Wednesday the AMA’s recent call for more gun control on Capitol Hill isn’t surprising, even if it’s misguided. “Jumping aboard progressive
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Dr. David O. Barbe, president of the American Medical Association, encouraged members to support recommendations regulating firearms access at its 2018 annual meeting. (Photo: American Medical Association) The American Medical Association waded further into the gun control debate this week, recommending policymakers adopt a range of regulations limiting firearms access nationwide. Dr. David O. Barbe,
Hogue is joining other firearms industry leaders in breaking off their relationship with Dick’s and Field & Stream (Photo: Hogue) The popular handgun grip and accessory maker said this week that they are severing ties with the controversial sporting goods big box retailer. Hogue said they are distancing themselves from Dick’s Sporting Goods and their
(Photo: Intuit) Intuit, the parent company of TurboTax and QuickBooks, disputed claims this week it stopped processing payments for gun sales. Heather Mclellan, a company spokesperson, told Guns.com Monday “our policy is not new, nor has it changed” when questioned why the credit service reportedly refunded customers for sales made at gun-related stores, leaving business
Gary the Gun makes its debut on Urban Carry’s live stream. (Photo: Urban Carry) Holster maker Urban Carry is determined to show gun control advocates that firearms are tools through a new streaming broadcast called “Gary the Gun.” The “Gary the Gun” project is a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week live stream