Following passage by the Virginia legislature, six pro-gun bills have been sent to the desk of Governor Terry McAuliffe. They include a bill that would prohibit local ordinances that ban concealed carry holders from transporting a loaded rifle or shotgun, legislation that would create a state marksmanship award, and a bill extend hunting and fishing licenses for dependents of military forces stationed in the state. David Adams, legislative committee chairman of the Virginia Shooting Sports Association, talks about the prospects of a signature from the governor, as well as pro-gun bills that have been killed in committee on the basis of cost. The legislative session ends this Friday. Originally aired on the Sportsman Channel 02/23/15.