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Whatever Happened to Bullied Texas Teen Hunter Kendall Jones?

Years after enduring social media attacks, Jones thrives as a hunting industry ambassador.

“Pass It On!” Introduces Youths to Traditional Outdoor Pursuits

Dedicated mentors help kids to experience hunting and the outdoor life.

Virtual R3 Forum Advances Future of Hunting and Shooting Sports

Here’s the latest update in efforts to recruit, retain and reactivate hunters and shooters.

Caught on Video: Grizzly Kills Mature Bull Elk in Yellowstone Park

When it comes to wildlife management, don’t elk lives matter, too?

NRA and Worldwide Trophy Adventures Help Hunters Ride out Pandemic

NRA Affinity partner WTA is helping hunters go afield here at home this fall.

Hunting is a Matter of National Security

There is a clear crossover in skill sets required for hunting and military service.

Hunting with Type 1 Diabetes

Diagnosed at age 20, this Distinguished Rifleman Badge holder urges others to pursue their dreams.

New York Parks to Axe Outrageous Deer Vasectomy Program Due to Budget Cuts

The failed initiative looks even more ridiculous as we scramble for extra funds amid COVID-19.

Youth Archery Camps Change Lives One Arrow at a Time

Raised at Full Draw offers opportunities to learn about archery, hunting and the outdoors.

New Jersey Bear Hunt Restrictions Lead to Increased Human-Bear Conflicts

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to severely restrict bear hunting is a proven disaster.

Upcoming National R3 Symposium Now a Virtual Meeting Due to COVID-19

The next in-person National R3 Symposium will take place in May 2021.

Hunters Support Medical Facility at Sporting Clays Event

Georgia hunters are tapping into the fun of competitive shooting to support their community.

Free NRA Hunter Ed Classes Raise $150,000 for State Wildlife Agencies

Taking advantage of dollars and “sense” pays off for state agencies.

Overcoming Fear of Heights Can Be a Bear

Now a treestand hunter, here’s how a new bear hunter conquered her fear of heights.

Empty Shelves in Meat Sections Bring on Rush of New Hunters

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

Sportsmen’s Survival Kit Essentials

Sometimes it’s the basic items you need most in your emergency preparedness kit.

Coronavirus Sparks Gun and Ammo Sales, Underscores Second Amendment

Makers of firearms and ammunition continue to ramp up production to meet escalating consumer demand.

NRA Offers New Online Gun Safety Courses Amid COVID-19

Drive-up windows are coming to local gun stores as gun sales hit a fevered pitch.

What Hunters Can Do During Coronavirus Quarantine

Here’s a to-do list for hunters who find they have extra time on their hands.

How to Access Hunting Opportunities on U.S. Military Bases

Much of the land owned by our armed forces is available for public hunting.
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