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Clark County Shooting Complex Recently Announced Summer Range Passes and There Are a Limited Number Available
We are excited to announce another new feature: The Instructors Corner! With the instructors corner we introduce you to firearms instructors from across the state every couple of months. Get to know who they are, what their qualifications are, and a little bit of what their personal faves are! Plus they will present you with a little piece of instruction to help you become a little better with your firearm!
A Las Vegas man made his initial appearance in federal court yesterday for allegedly possessing a machine gun, and for allegedly engaging in the manufacturing and selling of privately made firearms, including machine gun conversion devices commonly referred to as “Glock Switches” — which are designed to convert semi-automatic pistols to fire automatically — without a Federal Firearms License (FFL).
Program is designed to educate Instructor Candidates about what it takes to become a qualified NV CFP Instructor and how to safely develop students in their defense plan at a high level through the HPP Training Program. This package of Student and Instructor Level Courses are a great path to achieve learning the Knowledge to teach and become the Master of the Method to transfer that knowledge to students.
Backing the continued success of SIG SAUER’s P320 AXG line of pistols, Hogue Knives delivers the K320 AXG, prevailing as an elevated offering of the original K320. Designed by Jim Bruhns, master tool maker and president of Hogue Knives, the K320 AXG provides SIG® enthusiasts another esteemed opportunity to carry a precision built knife, identical to their AXG pistol.
The event held by Vegas CCW on Sunday April 10th, 2022 at the Clark County Library's East Flamingo location, has created a firestorm across social media channels and by the mainstream media.
The owner of Vegas Ordnance Development was arrested and charged with open murder with a deadly weapon following a deadly encounter that happened back on Sunday February 13th, 2022.
Shooters, Clubs, & Leagues We Want to Highlight Those Repping Nevada & Excelling in Shooting Sports Throughout the State and Across the Nation!
Move comes after lawsuit against BATF by Everytown for Gun Safety, Kansas City (MO), and the State of Illinois for granting Nevada-Based (Henderson) JA Industries LLC owner, Paul Jimenez, a new license after his first company, Jimenez Arms, filed for bankruptcy from a separate lawsuit in 2020.