Category Archives: Virginia

Senator Deeds may oppose VA state agency preemption bill

Virginia Senator Creigh Deeds, longtime ally of gun owners, has expressed pessimism over the needs for a state agency preemption bill in Virginia, at least as far as colleges and universities are concerned.  Senator Deeds told NBC News that he … Continue reading

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Will Virginia Republicans turn their back on gun owners in 2013?

When the elections are in full swing and your phone is ringing off the hook with fundraising calls, those on the other end of the line are quick to point out the strong support for gun rights that is one … Continue reading

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Open Carry Dinner in Ashburn VA on December 27, 2012

The Virginia Open Carry Group will be hosting an open carry dinner at the Urban Bar-B-Que in Ashburn VA on December 27, 2012 from 7:00PM until 9:00PM. They will also be hosting the drawing for the winners of the Loudon … Continue reading

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Analysis of Virginia gun sales data shows more guns, less violence

The Richmond Times-Dispatch commissioned Virginia Commonwealth University professor Thomas R. Baker to review trends in guns sales and crime over the last 6 years. What he found should come as no surprise to those of us in the pro-gun community. We … Continue reading

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