NRA 2014 Annual Meetings & Exhibits—Sunday Presentations

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. NRA 2014 Annual Meetings

Sunday, April 27, 2014 Special Presentations

National Gun Collectors Awards Ceremony

Time: 9:00am Location: Room 136 Speaker: Phil Schreier

Sheepdogs! The Bulletproof Mind for the Armed Citizen

Time 1:00pm Location: Room 130-132 Speaker: Dave Grossman Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, co-author of Glenn Beck’s new book Control: Exposing the Truth About Guns, and author of the book On Combat and several others, gives his special presentation on mental and physical preparedness for the armed citizen. Grossman will speak about your role as an Armed American Citizen in the future challenges to our nation. Hear about the potential threats, be they internal or external, and the response to those threats as intended by our Founding Fathers. Grossman will also discuss how to prevent PTSD and be physically and emotionally triumphant after an armed encounter. Seating for this one-of-a-kind presentation is first come, first served.

Ted Nugent – Second Amendment: Now More Than Ever!

Time: 1:00pm Location: Sagamore Speaker: Ted Nugent As goes our individual right to keep & bear arms and defend ourselves goes the experiment in self-government overall. In 2014 “we the people” of the United States of America have in our power the forces necessary to halt the “fundamental transformation” of our beloved country and return her to the last bastion of freedom and liberty. And it all begins with the NRA membership. Seating for this event is first come, first served.

US M16: A Half-Century of America’s Combat Rifle

Time: 1:30pm Location: Room 133-135 Speaker: Martin K.A. Morgan The AR-15/M16 and its various forms have served Americans for more than 50 years. The M16 was carried by troops in Vietnam, fired shots in Grenada and Panama, seen two different conflicts in Iraq and remains one of the most trusted firearms the military can offer. This presentation will cover the history of our Nation’s longest serving combat rifle.

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