Pro Second Amendment forces were up in arms when doctors started questioning and demanding patients ‘give up’ whether or not they had any firearms in the home
Last week reached what might be a low-water mark for insults hurled at gun owners—the vice president of
The Supreme Court just made staying on the right side of the law a lot more difficult for gun owners.
On May 23, 2014, a madman in Santa Barbara, California fatally stabbed three people, fatally shot three others, wounded 13
The first episode of “NOIR” premiered on May 11, and the Internet has been abuzz ever since. The newest show on the NRA Freestyle network stars host Colion Noir, NRA News commentator and urban gun-enthusiast, and his fashionably fun co-host Amy Robbins. The newest concept in late-night talk shows takes viewers inside a world where the conversation about guns meets pop culture, fashion, design and adventure.
Public ranges can be overwhelming to the first-time female shooter, as they can often be crowded, loud and intimidating. Throughout this season of “Love At First Shot,” Natalie Foster of Girl’s Guide to Guns helps to answer some of the most common questions that women have when they head to the shooting range for the first time.
In this recorded address, NRA CEO & Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre speaks to NRA members and their families at the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Indianapolis over the April 25-27, 2014 weekend. LaPierre talks about American citizens’ distrust of government and also provides a response to Michael Bloomberg’s $50 million gun-control initiative. This speech originally aired live on April 25, 2014.
The highly anticipated NRA Freestyle network launched last Wednesday with what promises to be an exciting line-up of three brand-new TV shows and a daily blog aimed at reaching the new generation of gun owners in America. This new online presence
National radio host Mark Levin’s stemwinder greatly entertained NRA members attending the April 2014 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis.
Milwaukee Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.’s fantastic speech pumped up NRA members at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum at the NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis this past weekend. If you couldn’t make it to the NRA Show, take a few minutes to watch it.
For many women who are brand new to the world of firearms, taking the first step can sometimes seem like a giant leap into the unknown. The more armed these women can be—with information, that is—the more enjoyable their first shooting experience will be.
The 143rd NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits is its final day, April 27, 2014, at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis.
The NRA Show, as it’s commonly called, has more than 600 exhibitors covering 400,000 square feet of exhibit hall space, as well as educational seminars, celebrities, and fun filled special events.
Many celebrities will appear at various locations during the 2014 NRA Show in Indianapolis. Here’s the schedule for celebrity booth appearances on Sunday, April 27, 2014.
If you’re interested in learning how to avoid becoming a victim of crime or want to improve your shooting club’s operations, here are specialized workshops that cover those topics Sunday at the 2014 NRA Show.
The 2014 NRA Show seminar schedule for Sunday is packed with 3 Gun tips, defensive shooting skills development tips, and many other topics. On the final day, check out these seminars.
If you want to know more about the development of the M16, want to hear Ted Nugent’s take on things, or want to see how to become a “sheepdog,” here is the Sunday schedule of special presentations that cover those topics and more at the 2014 NRA Show.
Exciting news this week—NRA News is proud to announce three new contributors to the commentator lineup: Gabby Franco, Chris Cheng and Nikki Turpeaux. The newest additions to the team will contribute their own unique, fresh voices to cover the trending topics and important issues surrounding the Second Amendment.