BFA News

2013: The Year Ahead

by Jim Irvine We begin a new year and a new legislative session with many unknowns. This has the potential to be the best and the worst year gun owners have had in a generation. It is possible that we enjoy one extreme at the state level while enduring the other at the federal level. We begin with Buckeye Firearms Foundation. For the first time, it is possible that our educational 501(c)(3) non-...

Central Ohio BFA Meet & Greet Jan. 13

by Aaron Kirkingburg Buckeye Firearms Association will host a Central OH Meet & Greet on Sunday, January 13 at Stacy's Homestyle Buffet in Heath, Ohio. Meet & Greets have become a good way to meet new people, put a face and name to fellow Second Amendment advocates and share fellowship together. Social hour will begin at 4:00PM. The restaurant is carry friendly! BFA Minute Man Aaron...

Armed Teachers: Over 600 Have Applied for Training

After the mass murder at a Newtown, Connecticut elementary school, Buckeye Firearms Foundation announced that they would provide free firearms training to teachers and school administrative staff . So far, the Armed Teacher Training Program has attracted more than 600 applicants from all parts of Ohio and several from other states, including Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana,...

Top 10 News Stories of 2012

by Dean Rieck On average, we publish two articles a day and 10 to 12 articles a week. Over the years, we have published well over 8,000 articles, covering elections, legislation, and all manner of events and information of interest to Second Amendment supporters. It's always interesting to look back over the year to see which articles captured the most interest. So here are the top 10 news items...

2012 - The Year In Review

By Chad D. Baus While there is far too much to cover in a single article, we reflect on some of the important events of 2012. January: The year begins with continued debate over whether or not Canton police officer Daniel Harless, who was caught on dash-cam video verbally assaulting and threatening to "execute" a concealed handgun licensee, deserved to be fired. Harless is terminated, and the...

Buckeye Firearms Association Chairman Jim Irvine on Fox News Radio's "The Alan Colmes Show"

Buckeye Firearms Association Chairman Jim Irvine was a guest on Fox News Radio's "The Alan Colmes Show" on Thursday, December 27 at 10:15 p.m. "The Alan Colmes Show" is broadcast live and syndicated nationally by Fox News Radio. Click here to listen to the archived broadcast.

Merry Christmas from Buckeye Firearms Association

Merry Christmas to one and all from all of us at Buckeye Firearms Association. Our best gift is the friendship and support given by each of you throughout the year. As we reflect on the year's passing, we count our many blessings, remember our losses, and give thanks for those who helped us through it all. We each need to take time to appreciate our friends and family during this special time of...

Across the nation and around the world: BFA brings facts to an extremely emotional nation following Connecticut killings

by Chad D. Baus In the wake of the Auroro, CO "no-guns" theater shooting, Buckeye Firearms Association published an article entitled " How long is too long to wait to defend the Second Amendment? ," in which we discussed the dilemma we face each time another deranged lunatic decides to murder as many people as they can in a "no-guns" zone. In the article, I outlined how the media and gun control...


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