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Bill would end Georgia gun carry permits, called ‘Constitutional Carry’

A Georgia State Representative profiles a bill that would eliminate in-state carry permits

4-H hits a bullseye

This past Saturday, Chattooga County 4-H had two teams participating in the 4-H S.A.F.E.  5 meter State BB Competition. Chattooga County Team 1 shooters are...

School Safety: From A Military Perspective

The Chattooga County Board of Education held a called meeting Friday morning at 10 a.m. to discuss School Safety. Superintendent of Schools, Jimmy Lenderman addressed the board, school administrators,...

Georgia Police Department Requests Residents Provide Firearm Serial Numbers

One Georgia county is using a county-based registry available all around the country to try to track stolen firearms before they're lost or stolen. Chatham...

.22 Rifle Team Scores Big at the Georgia 4-H Rimfire Sporter competition

Saturday, April 23, the Chattooga County 4-H .22 rifle team traveled to Eatonton, Georgia for the yearly Georgia 4-H Rimfire Sporter competition. This competition...

Senator Jack Hill votes NO on campus carry legislation after voting YES in 2016

South Georgia's state Senator Jack Hill voted against allowing firearms on campus for already-legal weapons carry permit holders on Tuesday when the bill hit...

Department of Justice Announces Bump-Stock-Type Devices Final Rule

Tuesday, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker announced that the Department of Justice has amended the regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and...

Camden County gun range project expected to move forward in 2017

Since May 2014, Camden County residents have been without firing range due to a Superior Court ruling in favor of the County Commission’s voiding...

Reidsville Set to Conflict with State Law with “Gun-Free Zone” Signs

The Reidsville City Council voted in December to install gun-free zone signs at City Hall and Mayor Sydney Clifton announced on Monday that the signs had been ordered, but after a short investigation, it appears such a move may be out of order.

GA Lawmakers File Bill to Prohibit 3-D Printing of Guns

The penalty would be a standard 5-year prison sentence.