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Ruger Expanding in North Carolina

America’s most profitable gun manufacturer Sturm Ruger and Co. is expanding. Ruger has decided to open its third manufacturing plant at a 220,000 sq foot facility in Mayodan, North Carolina a right to work state and is employing 500-700 people.

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Sturm Ruger Pulls Plug on Newport Gun Range

The fight is over between Newport Safety Coalition vs. Sturm Ruger and Mountain View Gun Range. There will be no gun range on John Stark Highway. The applicants, Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc and Mountain View Gun Club, have decided

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State Police Arrest Men Practice Shooting Near I-93

Four men shooting at a target facing in the direction of Interstate 93 with a variety of weapons were turned over to the New Hampshire State Police this weekend. Police said a vehicle was parked on the grass and Sherif

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Anti Gun Group Wants to End New Hampshire Association Auction

An online petition started by Sheila Evans, with nearly 3000 signatures asks the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police to cancel a controversial fundraising raffle. The month-long raffle is scheduled to kick off on May1, with daily prizes of

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NH Democrat Wants To Redefine Use of Force

A public hearing for House Bill HB 135 which eliminates the provision allowing a person to use deadly force anywhere he or she has a right to be, amends the definition of non-deadly force and repeals the provision granting civil

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Guns Found In Sugar River

Croydon Police Chief Richard Lee

Croydon Police Chief Richard Lee reported that a 38-caliber 1975 Smith and Weston revolver was recovered in shallow water in the Sugar River in Croydon Flat in April. According to Lee the gun has no rust and is completely functional

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