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Jan 28

VA Gov McAuliffe reverses cancellation of CHP reciprocity agreements

RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe plans to announce Friday that Virginia will restore handgun reciprocity agreements with nearly all states, in a stunning reversal of a firearms policy that had angered Republicans and gun rights advocates across the nation. The about-face is part of a deal that McAuliffe (D) struck with Republican leaders one month …

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Jan 02

MAGPUL relocating to Wyoming and Texas after Colorado went crazy

We all know about the craziness in Colorado last year – banning “High capacity” magazines and the like. MAGPUL manufactures magazines that are now illegal to own in Colorado, and as they promised before the legislation was rammed through, they are relocating out of the state that apparently doesn;t want them there. Here is a …

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Dec 23

Beretta firearms marks Virginia off list because of McAuliffe election

Beretta has eliminated Virginia from its short list of states to move its company because anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe was elected governor. The firearms manufacturer made the decision to scratch Virginia off the list after the McAuliffe campaign fixated on restricting gun owners’ rights after receiving over $1 million in campaign donations from billionaire New …

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Oct 28

VGOF endorses Ken Cuccinelli for Virginia Governor

VGOF recognizes the dire importance of this year’s governor’s race in Virginia. Millions of dollars have been spent on ad campaigns for Terry McAuliffe (Terry McAwful!) by outside hate groups in an effort to defeat Ken Cuccinelli for the Virginia Governorship.  McAuliffe has the backing of long-time gun-haters including Michael Bloomberg, Bill Clinton, and others.  …

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Feb 14

VA CHP Holders Privacy Law Headed to Governor’s Desk

A new law (SB-1335) drafted by Senator Mark Obenshain (R-VA26) has passed the Virginia Senate and the House and is now headed to Governor McDonnell’s desk for signature. If signed into law, this would ensure that Virginia Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP) holders would be protected from having their names, addresses or any other personal information …

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