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Gun Control Bills Could Doom Hunting and Wildlife Conservation in the Centennial State

Colorado is targeting Second Amendment freedoms and the firearms industry.

NRA Employee Resurrects Local Hunters for the Hungry Program to Feed the Needy

Hunter Marc Peugeot got an NRA grant and began recruiting meat processors.

PETA Slaughter Tops 45,000 Dogs, Cats and Other Pets

The hypocritical group euthanized 2,130 animals, or 74 percent, just in 2022.

Voice of Leadership: 8 Pointers for Choosing a First Rifle

Eye dominance, caliber, proper fit and budget are all factors in rifle selection.

Veronica Kosich Receives NRA-Sponsored Diana Award at SCI Convention

We applaud our fellow NRA member and accomplished big-game hunter.

Freedom Hunters: Giving Back to America’s Veterans through Hunting and the Great Outdoors

The founder shares how the nonprofit fosters healing by saluting those who serve.

Get Tickets for the NRA Show’s Annual Celebration of Hunting, April 13

Join S.D. Gov. Kristi Noem and the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum in Indy.

Wile E. Coyote on the East Coast, the West Coast—and Everywhere in Between

Even Massachusetts says to beware of aggressive coyotes this mating season.

State Constitutional Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment Coming to Oregon?

NRA hopes to see the measure added to the state’s ballot in 2024.

Voice of Leadership: Embracing Hunting’s Therapeutic Benefits

Time spent in nature aids our mental and physical health and our overall well-being.

Wyoming Bill Aims to Stop Private Landowners from Blocking Public Land Access

It protects private-landowner rights while keeping public lands open.

6 Reasons NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show is Must-See

With 1,000+ exhibitors, the world’s largest outdoor show makes your dreams come true.

Having Hunters’ Backs: The NRA HLF’s Year in Review

Here's a look back at 2022 as we continue reporting news from the hunting front.

A Bobcat for Mama

The author’s hunt stirred thoughts of his mother, who passed away that very day.

Washington Governor to Be Sued for Appointing Anti-Hunters to Wildlife Commission

Stacking the commission through biased appointments violates state code.

Black Death … in More Ways Than One

Once again, we see how hunter-backed operations help to sustain wildlife species.

Hillsdale College Honors Veterans with a Free Day of Shooting Sports

The campus’ world-class Halter Shooting Center gives back to those who served.

What’s With New Jersey’s Abysmal 2022 Black Bear Harvest?

Anti-hunters’ last minute legal challenge closed half of the weeklong season.

New Study Touts Impact of Hunting and Shooting Access on National R3 Movement

Land access issues directly affect those we seek to recruit, retain and reactivate.

Why Due Diligence Is Critical When Booking an Overseas Hunt

Planning that first safari? Here’s how to make sure it’s everything you dreamed.
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