State Affiliate of the National Rifle Association Affiliate of the Civilian Marksmanship Program Founded in 1927.
The mission of the ORA is to protect and preserve the shooting sports at
the state level. ORA will promote and improve the shooting sports by
sponsoring marksmanship training and competitions throughout the state of
ORA will work for the rights of the gun owner, shooter, collector, hunter,
archer, black powder enthusiast. ORA will support the free exchange
of ideas, information and education related to gun ownership, shooting, hunting,
firearms and related topics
Sunday, January 25, 2015
NRA Hater Hates American Hero, Too
manufacturer of precision rifles, optics
mounts, and other rifle accessories, is
well-known for their bumper stickers saying,
“God Bless Our Troops, Especially Our
Snipers.” That’s because LaRue understands
that military snipers place themselves at
immense risk to protect the rest of our
troops. This has included--during the Global
War on Terror--making it dangerous for
adversaries to try to hide improvised
explosive devices and mines along our
troops’ lines of travel when a disciplined,
highly-trained man behind a
telescopically-equipped rifle is watching.
Many other Americans apparently understand
this as well. American Sniper, Clint
Eastwood’s new movie about Navy SEAL Chris
Kyle (who holds the record for the confirmed
number of enemy personnel killed), is
setting box office records and has been
nominated for six Academy Awards, including
Best Picture. Unfortunately, some Americans
don’t appreciate the sacrifice and service
of brave warriors like Chris Kyle. One such
person is Michael Moore. [
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concerns about gun registry with offer of free gun
President Obama dodges a reminder of the veterans’
health-care scandal this week, the Department of
Veterans Affairs is offering free gun locks to
veterans if they provide details on the number of
guns they own and their home address, raising
concerns about a government-run gun registry.
United States Senator!
Comment Period Open for Rule Change Proposals
Dec. 8, 2014 -
Each year, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife
Conservation proposes changes in Title 800, the
administrative rules that govern hunting, fishing
and Department operations. The public comment period
is now open for this year's proposed rule changes.
Many proposed changes for 2015 are simple
housekeeping matters, while some are more
substantial. Highlights of this year's rule changes
statewide flathead catfish bag limit to five daily.
Decrease the statewide minimum length limit for
walleye, saugeye and sauger from 18 to 14 inches.
Prohibit the removal
of live feral hogs from any wildlife management
Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Competition.
Restrict boats and motors on Doc Hollis and American
Horse lakes. To read all of the proposed rule
changes, go online to
Anyone wishing to
make comments on any of the proposed rule changes
may do so via the online public comment form at
Online public comment
period will close at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 9, 2015. The
same deadline applies for written comments, which
can be mailed to Oklahoma Department of Wildlife
Conservation, Re: Public Comment, P.O. Box 53465,
Oklahoma City, OK 73152.
voice their comments in person during a public
hearing on the 2015 proposed rule changes beginning
at 7 p.m. Jan. 6, 2015, at Wildlife Department
headquarters, 1801 N. Lincoln in Oklahoma City
GUN LIST - If
you know of a place of business that says NO to open
or conceal carry,
please send us
that information so
it can be post on the ORA website. Thank you!
BTW, you don't have to be a member to help us fight
these no Gun business.
January 25, 2015
- If you need to file a change
of address, please use our
change of address form. If your
address is not up to date, this will cause a delay
in receiving the sharpshooter and your
membership cards and it will cost the ORA funds in
re-mailing. Thank you, the ORA staff.
In the late Summer of 2005, ORA Executive Director
Charles Smith walked into the Capitol office of
longtime ORA member and friend State Rep. Kevin
Calvey. “Kevin, we need something like this,”
handing him a copy of Florida’s “Castle Doctrine”
law. Rep. Calvey subsequently authored the
bill, adding additional safeguards.
During the next session his bill was introduced and
adopted. Oklahoma now had the best
“Castle Doctrine” law in the nation, thanks to Kevin
Calvey and the ORA.
"CASTLE DOCTRINE” LEGISLATION"
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