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We here at OSS believe that it is everyone's inherent right to own firearms.

Whether  it be for liberty, personal protection, your occupation, or your hobby;

the right to bear arms is a deeply rooted and cherished fundamental value of

he American way of life.We feel that everyone deserves the basic right of

personal protection and should take up training with firearms to do just that.

We also love the shooting sports and it is from this passion that we feel that

everyone should be able to learn the use of firearms in a safe, enlightening,

affordable and most importantly a fun environment. We would be honored

to help you in any way we can for you to exercise your right to bear arms

~Stephen Cue, Co-Founder Oklahoma Sport Shooting

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NRA-ILA News

National Rifle Association | NRA-ILA News
  • Virginia: Anti-Gun Majority Takes Gratuitous Victory Lap
    Despite the anti-gun laws passed by the General Assembly during the 2020 session having already taken effect on July 1st, anti-gun groups demanded and received a bill signing ceremony in Richmond. Governor Ralph Northam was more than happy to appease these groups backed by out-of-state interests to show a good return on their investment that put an anti-gun majority into the General Assembly. 
  • North Carolina: Veto Override Fails for Second Amendment Preservation Act
    On July 8th, the veto override attempt in the House of Representatives for House Bill 652, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, received a vote of 66-48, failing to meet the 3/5 minimum needed. HB 652 previously passed both chambers of the General Assembly with overwhelming bipartisan majorities. Gov. Cooper erroneously claimed that the bill will allow guns in schools and threatens the safety of students and teachers. Instead, it would have only applied to churches that operate schools and simply would have allowed parishioners to carry when the schools are not in session, if the church chose to opt-in.