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Passing It On to Daddy’s Little Girl

Through the gift of engagement, a precocious 6-year-old sets sights on hunting.

Giving Thanks—Today and Every Day

Even in 2020, we hunters have many blessings to count.

East Coast, Multi-Game “Safaris” Offer Big Bang for the Buck

If COVID-19 put your safari plans on hold, head for the East Coast.

Voice of Leadership: Are We Doing Hunter Recruitment Right?

As the hunting population ages, new approaches are needed to bolster our ranks

Do Non-Hunters Get It?

Here is food for thought as we hunters go about our lives as a part...

Turn that Safari into a “Stay-fari” This Fall

Cancelling an international hunt due to COVID-19? Focus on a U.S. adventure.

Priceless Lessons Learned during the Pandemic

Passing on the hunting tradition to a grandchild strengthens bonds and provides immeasurable rewards.

Are We Telling Non-Hunters the Right Story?

When someone asks why you hunt, what do you tell them?

Empty Shelves in Meat Sections Bring on Rush of New Hunters

People finally realize meat is not made at the grocery store.

Top Hunting Artist Receives NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Award

John Seerey-Lester’s paintings tell the rich stories of hunting and wildlife conservation.

Experts Say Prevention Is Key in Fighting Coronavirus

Check out Vaccines on the Go for updates in preventing diseases impacting traveling hunters.

NRA’s Susan Hayes Wins SCI Diana Award

Amid family and business demands, this world-class hunter is committed to advancing hunting.

Pa. Legislators Recognized for Hard Work on Sunday Hunting

NRA-ILA presents awards to those who led the charge to secure Sunday hunting.

MLB and NFL Standouts Stand Up for Hunting at SCI Show

David Wells, Brad Penny and Adam Vinatieri share their love of hunting and wildlife conservation.

New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

As his family had done for generations, a father watches his son become a hunter.

Trinity Oaks: Providing Positive Outdoor Experiences to Those in Need

This Texas-based organization is yet another example of how sportsmen give back to their communities.

104-Year-Old Woman Takes First Buck

Has there ever been a better story showcasing hunting as a precious, all-American tradition?

Camp Freedom Helps the Disabled Enjoy Hunting and Shooting

Thanks to an NRA Board member’s purchase of 1,800 acres, disabled sportsmen enjoy free adventures.

Kicking Bear Helps Disabled Youth Chase His Dreams

Forces join to help a youth with disabilities to take a huge Wisconsin black bear.
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