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4 Reasons an “Assault Weapon” Ban Should Matter to Hunters

Do American hunters really think other guns won’t be next?

How Record Gun Sales Help Hunters

Here’s how hunters and non-hunters alike contribute to conservation.

Oklahoma Recognizes NRA’s Free Online Hunter Education Course

NRA’s $3 million investment in hunting’s future means quality education for all.

The Citizen Conservation that Saved California Tule Elk

A German immigrant with a cattle empire was the first to conserve the species.

Silver Lining 2020: Increased Funding for Conservation and Outdoor Pursuits

Record firearm and ammo sales mean more conservation efforts through Pittman-Robertson funding.

Thank You, Recreational Shooters!

The USFWS praises shooters’ contributions during National Shooting Sports Month.

Two Major Congressional Bills to Benefit Hunting and Wildlife Conservation

The first bill—the Great American Outdoors Act—may be on the President’s desk this week.

Colorado Hunting/Fishing License Needed to Enter State Wildlife Areas

On July 1, campers and backpackers will pay their share to access state wildlife areas.

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

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

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

California Dreaming Marks Nightmare for Hunting, Conservation

State’s extremist “dream” gun-control legislation hurts hunters and the environment.

Utah’s Ogden Bay: The Birthplace of Modern Wetlands Conservation

Thanks to sportsmen, the bay was the first project to benefit from the Pittman-Robertson Act.

The Economic Impact of Hunting: Significant and Growing!

A government report cites that hunting and trapping generate $6.709 billion—annually.

NRA Mobilizes Against Escalating Social Media Death Threats to Hunters  

Animal rights extremists terrorize two more hunters despite that hunting is a legal, regulated activity.

Zinke’s $21 Million in DOI Grants Aid Wetlands Conservation

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke approved $21.9 million in grants for wetland conservation projects...

Hunters’ Role in National Wildlife Refuges

Don’t let anti-hunters or the misinformed hijack the fact that hunting is conservation. America’s wildlife...

The Dirty Dozen Threats to Hunting: 21st Century Implications for Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation

The latest report from Responsive Management on the 12 leading threats to hunting in the...

Hunters' Contributions to U.S. Wildlife Conservation

The definitive paper compiling American hunters' contributions to wildlife conservation.