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NRA Show’s Women's Leadership Forum Gala Draws Sold-Out Crowd as Hunters and Shooters Stand with NRA to Secure American Freedom

Keynote speaker Fox News’ Pete Hegseth stands with us as a voice in protecting freedom.

Tens of Thousands of Mainstream Americans Converge at NRA Show in Dallas

Former U.S. President Donald Trump will address the NRA crowd on Saturday, May 18.

Building Our Base: 4th National R3 Symposium Set for May 29-June 1 in Alabama

Growing the number of hunters and shooters means more money for wildlife.

How Hillsdale College’s Nimrod Education Center and Wildlife Law Courses Are Preparing the Next Generation

Teaching hunting’s conservation role impacts future legislative and wildlife court decisions.

Trust the Science: U.S. House Votes to Delist the Recovered Gray Wolf

Removing wolves’ federal protections would return their management to the states.

Celebrating Tradition: NRA Members Win 2023 Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt

The unique event celebrates eight decades of camaraderie and the pioneer spirit.

Hunting Technology and Hunting Regs: The Push to Keep Pace with Innovation

Laws often lag behind technology such as that of Federal Premium’s FireStick.

Airguns: The New Rage for Every Age

Regardless of your experience level, airguns are just fun to shoot.

Surefire Ways to Extend Your Turkey Season (and Send You Home Empty-Handed)

While mistakes are frustrating, they also give you more time in the turkey woods.

Oregon Study Results in Ad Campaign to Increase Public Awareness of Poaching

The campaign website generated more than 5 million views in the first 90 days.

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Announces Annual Gathering of Hunters at NRA Show

Get your tickets today and join hunters from across America on May 18.

Gun Owners, Hunters and Shooters Overwhelmingly Support North American Wildlife Conservation

A new study points to how sportsmen continue to fund the bulk of conservation.

Safety, Hearing Protection and Reduced Recoil: Hunting with Suppressed Firearms

Their benefits include decreased muzzle report and increased shooting accuracy.

More Consumers Relying on Hunting to Sidestep Rising Food Costs

Inflation is driving Americans to find ways to lower grocery bills.

Iowa Department of Natural Resources Takes New Hunters from Field to Fork

A six-month program teaches aspiring hunters to bowhunt and prepare their venison.

Hunting and Shooting Sports Alert: Take Action to Oppose Shooting Access Closure in Arizona by Mar. 22

Here’s how American hunters and shooters can act to protect their rights.

Lighting the Fire: Introduce a Newcomer to Hunting This Turkey Season

Give back by helping others to experience the excitement of calling in a gobbling tom.

Hunting and Cultural Acceptance: Parallels between the American and European Experience

Hunters in Belgium and Spain join us in enhancing hunting’s public support.

Wisconsin First-Time Buyers Get Hunting License Price Break

The savings is for new and lapsed hunters—residents and nonresidents alike.

Smoke and Mirrors: Newsweek Article Exposed for False Claim That Hunting Harms the Environment

A wildlife biologist touts the role of legal, regulated hunting in wildlife management.
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