SENATE BILL TARGETS BANKS FOR would ensure financial institutions cannot deny service to certain constitutionally-protected, lawfully operating industries. NSSF has been fighting discrimination against companies in the firearms industry and consulted in the bill
FIREARMS INDUSTRY COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPEN … The 2019 Firearms Industry Compliance Conference takes place May 6 – 8 at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. This annual conference delves deep into ATF compliance and technology that affect the operations of today’s shooting sports business owners. Seating is limited, register today.
More NSSF News:
- The Maryland House of Delegates passed House Bill 786, poorly drafted legislation that directly targets hunters and recreational shooters. See NSSF’s Action Alert.
- South Carolina House Bill 3800 to expand the apprentice hunting license program will be heard Tuesday in the House Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs Committee.
- NSSF has posted a Q&A with Congressman Doug Collins (R-Ga.), ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, about his involvement with hunting and the shooting sports.
- Communications to and with your employees can take myriad forms—but not all of them are effective. Learn how providing the proper context can create a dedicated and educated employee.
- No one wants to be the confident potential entrepreneur who ends up being laughed out of the room by investors. So, what do you need to do to prepare for a meeting with potential investors? What do you need to hunt the shark?
- 2019 SHOT Show Product Spotlight: Consider stocking your shelves with Bulter Creek’s ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader. It’s easy-to-use digital display, large ammo hopper and auto round orientation that allows your customers to load faster and keep shooting.
- ATF Q&A: More great questions came in on our 24/7 NSSF Member Compliance Hotline last week. One question asks, “A customer leaves a firearm for repair but is unable to pick it up so he sends an adult (over 21) family member to pick it up. May I return the gun to that person, and, if so, do we have to complete a 4473?“
- NSSF has posted the latest Online Sales View reports that include data from MarketPlace Insight and GunBroker with forecasting for the next six months of NICS figures. To access, log in to NSSF’s portal and click the Research tab.
- NSSF’s Mark Oliva wrestled a bear. It wasn’t big, just five pounds. Read what it was like to literally go into the bear’s den.
- Kim Rhode claimed her 19th World Cup gold medal yesterday in Women’s Skeet at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup for Shotgun in Acapulco, Mexico.
- Beginning today, more than 120 rifle and pistol athletes are at Fort Benning, Georgia, competing in the Spring Rifle/Pistol Selection Matches.
- LetsGoShooting.orgTM shared a post that explains one of the funnest shooting sports around, the action-packed handgun competition known as USPSA.
- Employees of companies that support the NSSF at the highest level may apply for education aid through the NSSF’s Patron Member Scholarship Program. For more information, contact Samantha Hughes, NSSF’s Manager, Member Services.
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