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Teach Your Children Well: How Hunting Prepares You for Life’s Challenges

A first hunt teaches self-reliance and instills confidence and perseverance.

The Gift That Keeps Giving: NRA’s Hunter Education Course Generates $173,911 for Tennessee Conservation Efforts

The state will use funds to bolster its fish and wildlife conservation efforts.

Voice of Leadership: Why Squirrel Hunting Is a Great Way to Get Urbanites into Hunting

Who doesn’t want to have fun outdoors while learning to be self-sufficient?

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunter Access While Restricting Use of Traditional Lead Ammo

The Biden administration’s ban on lead ammunition takes effect in 2026.

Happy Birthday, Pittman-Robertson Act: Celebrating 85 Years of American Hunter-Backed Conservation

Would the whitetail deer or turkey have survived if not for hunters’ dollars?

Are You Afraid of “Bambi?”

The Disney film’s distorted image of nature hinders hope for a sustainable world.

APHIS Flip-Flops On Waterfowl Import Ban

Department of Argiculture’s Animal and Plant Inspection Service reverses recent ruling.

Voice of Leadership: Finding New Deer Hunters in Underrepresented Communities

Being all-inclusive will grow hunting as well as wildlife conservation funding.

Eating Eden to Extinction: Understanding Africa’s Bushmeat Crisis

It is yet one more factor creating public confusion over hunting’s conservation value.

MidwayUSA & NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum Launch Hunting Heritage Endowment

Working together to support and promote hunting is how we hunters secure its future.

NRA Calls Out Biden Administration’s Move to Cut Target Shooting Access in Arizona

The latest move against gun owners was announced in yesterday’s Federal Register.

Can’t Draw Your Bow? Bypass Shoulder Pain by Picking up a Crossbow

Here’s how TenPoint’s Vengent S400 saved my archery season.

On Target: Missouri Makes Archery the Official State Sport

Thanks to Gov. Mike Parson, archery is big news in the Show Me State.

Animal Rights Extremist Groups Sue Feds over Missed Deadline on Gray Wolf Decision

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be forced to make a final determination.
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