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Help the shooting sports next week on #GivingTuesday

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (KJillson) Can Friends of NRA raise $25,000 on Giving Tuesday? Not without you! Fairfax, Virginia – This Tuesday, December 2 is #GivingTuesday, the global fundraising day dedicated to generosity and giving back during the holiday season. After Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and before the rest of the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday is the […]

Final day to enter giveaway for Top Shot Chris Cheng’s new book

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (KJillson) Enter for your chance to get Shoot To Win, the new book from a Top Shot champion Fairfax, Virginia – If you’ve ever heard of History Channel’s popular reality challenge show Top Shot, you’re probably familiar with Chris Cheng. The Season 4 winner, who took a few weeks off from his job […]

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St. Etienne Model 1873 Revolver, the Mummy gun, on NRANews

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (LDalseide) 11mm double-action revolver used by Allies in World War I Fairfax, Virginia – When NRA Museums Senior Curator Philip Schreier wheeled out his cart of guns for our last Curator’s Corner shoot, there was one film fan in the audience (who asked to go unmentioned) who noticed this sidearm from the movie […]

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Ruger adds 3-inch barrel model to the LCRx revolver line

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (LDalseide) From Sturm, Ruger & Company – Ruger Expands the Popular Line of Lightweight Compact Revolvers with the Addition of the LCRx with 3-inch barrel Newport, New Hampshire – Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE-RGR) announces the introduction of the LCRx™ with a 3-inch barrel, the newest variation of the revolutionary Lightweight Compact […]

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Nine-days of firearm deer hunting begins in Wisconsin

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (LDalseide) From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources – This year’s Wisconsin nine-day gun deer hunt kicks off another season of 11-year old Shane Olson with his deerWDNR Photo traditions, memories and excitement Madison, Wisconsin – With fall nearly finished, the annual nine-day Wisconsin deer hunt ushers in the creation of new memories […]

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NRA Store’s “Grab and Go” 72 Hour Food Fire Filter Kit

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (LDalseide) Portable supply of 2000 calories per day with a 20 year shelf life NRAstore’s Senior Merchandise Buyer Brian Evans has a stackable supply of sustenance for when you need it most … Fairfax, Virginia – With holiday travel on the horizon and winter weather already rearing its ugly head – it’s important […]

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By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (Admin2) I don’t know whether this will develop into an article on its own, or whether it’d be better to break it up and cover each newsletter or publication separately (and thus have a good ongoing series of filler content pieces). In any case, here’s the various divisions’ newsletters, and how to access […]

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Hunters praise NRA Outdoors with glowing review

By GOblog.nospam@nospam.nrahq.org (KJillson) “Hands down the best hunting experience I’ve ever had” say NRA Outdoors clients Bob Ausherman and Pat Maloney are two hunters who recently traveled to Namibia for a safari they booked through NRA Outdoors. The two had such a great time they wrote a glowing review of the trip for Greg Ray, […]

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Political Report

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Political Report

By sdulco By Chris W. CoxNRA-ILA Executive Director The Judiciary’s Role in Fundamental Transformation On Nov. 21, 2013, on a near party-line vote, the Democratic-controlled United States Senate eliminated the possibility of a filibuster on confirmation votes for many federal appointments. The new rule allows nominations for most executive positions and all lower court federal […]

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President’s Column

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President’s Column

By sdulco By James W. Porter II, President Admitting to the “Assault Weapons Myth” When the New York Times published an op-ed thoroughly exposing the “Assault Weapons Myth,” the major players in the gun-ban movement blithely said they were moving on, that a federal gun-ban was a “non-starter.” With that myth shattered, gun banners have […]

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