NRA Announces New Digital Network Channel

By CTD Blogger published on in News

NRA has officially announced the debut of its newest online channel: NRA Freestyle presented by Daniel Defense, which will launch officially on Wednesday, April 30, 2014. This channel is for the independent, athletic, adventurous gun owner and revolves around the idea that culture and guns can (and should) collide.


Colion Noir has emerged as one of the leading voices for the newest generation of firearm enthusiasts. So we gave him his own show. Join Colion and co-host Amy Robbins as they talk fashion, pop culture, firearms and more. Noir will air on Sunday evenings.

Media Lab

We see fight scenes with guns and improvised weapons all the time, but could that actually happen in reality? Dom Raso breaks down Hollywood’s most infamous fight scenes and gives his “true to life” or “farfetched folly” verdict. Media lab will air on Wednesdays.

I Am Forever

Like most high school seniors, Reagan Tyler is ill-equipped when it comes to her personal safety. Former Navy SEAL Dom Raso is about to change that. Premiering Fall 2014.

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The newest channel to join the NRA Digital Network was announced this week during the NRA Annual Meetings. NRA Freestyle incorporates fitness, adventure, style and independence to reach America’s next generation of gun owners. Featuring three new shows and a daily blog, this network is for knowledge-seekers, cultural adventurists and modern-day gun owners both seasoned and novice. Visit today to sign up for updates.

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Comments (1)

  • Larry


    Is the new NRA Network Channel going to be a pay channel or is it going to be for any and everyone?


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