Ohio Sportsmen Invited to Statewide Candidates' Reception

The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance (USSA) is hosting a legislative candidate forum to allow Ohio sportsmen to meet with nominees for statewide and local offices including governor. The reception will be March 14 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Athletic Club of Columbus. The Athletic Club is located at 136 E. Broad St. in downtown Columbus. Candidates for governor, attorney general, secretary of...

No Movement on HB347

Buckeye Firearms Association has learned that there will be no activity on HB347 today. It was expected that a substitute bill would be amended and accepted in today's Criminal Justice Committee hearing. Look for this action to occur at a committee hearing in the near future.

Anti-Gun Columbus Dispatch Rears Ugly Head - Shows True Colors Again

At last. After months of hard work by Ohio's Legislators and many Committee hearings on HB347, the concealed carry reform bill sponsored by Representative Jim Aslanides (R-94) of Coschocton, the Columbus Dispatch has entered the arena with it's usual liberal, anti-gun blathering by printing one of the most uninformed editorials to date on this subject. The rabid anti-gun bias is prevalent from...

Black Wing Shooting Center Earns Prestigious 5-Star Rating

The Range Report (produced by the National Shooting Sports Foundation for club officers and range operators) is reporting that two ranges have been recognized with the National Association of Shooting Ranges (NASR) Five-Star Rating. The ranges are South Carolina's Palmetto State Shooting Centers and Ohio's Black Wing Shooting Center . Black Wing joins a prestigious group of shooting centers and...

Op-Ed: Don't Blame Hunters

February 16, 2006 New York Post By By John R. Lott, Jr. and Joni Ogle With all the fall-out over Dick Cheney accidentally peppering his friend with birdshot, few will probably ever hear that hunting with guns is not a particularly dangerous sport. Nor will they hear any mention that hunting can help save people's lives by helping control animal populations. A Nexis search of news stories found...

Are You Registered To Vote?

By Chris Chumita One of the things that make America great is that we can elect candidates to represent us, our morals, and our beliefs. Voting takes very little effort and may be one of the most important things we can do to support our Second Amendment rights. It is our opportunity to elect pro-gun candidates who in return will help pass pro-gun legislation. This year we are fortunate to have...

Press rage over Cheney mishap was about public’s right to know…from them

By Dave Workman When the White House press corps unloaded on White House spokesman Scott McClellan over the Feb. 11 hunting accident involving Vice President Dick Cheney, they weren’t really as concerned about the public’s right to know as they were about from whom the public knew. “Let’s just be clear here,” barked NBC’s David Gregory. “The vice president of the United States accidentally shoots...

Ohio's Law Enforcement Dilemma

By Gerard Valentino Ohio’s concealed carry law was stonewalled for years by the opposition of the Ohio State Highway Patrol administration who refused to endorse any law that allowed law-abiding citizens to carry loaded guns in cars. After years of debate, public opinion overwhelmed the State Patrol’s opposition and Ohio finally got a concealed carry law. The State Highway Patrol administration...

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