NRACALENDAR
Nashville, Tenn.
April 10-12, 2015
Covington, GA
October 31-November 1, 2014
Raton, N.M.
September 20-October 5, 2014
Indianapolis, IN
April 25-27, 2014
2014 National Smallbore Rifle Championships
Bristol, IN
July 14-25, 2014
2014 National Rifle & Pistol Championships
Camp Perry, OH
July 8 – Aug 10, 2014
Washington, D.C.
June 23-29, 2014
On The Range
When it comes to picking a first shotgun for your child, seek advice now to avoid pain later.
These hot little pistols from Kimber allow you to carry cool, even in warm weather.
So a woman walks into a gun store...
This month, professional competition shooter Julie Golob is tackling how expecting moms or moms-to-be can carry concealed.
Whether you're a competitive shooter, a hunter or a casual plinker, you want to keep your shots as steady as possible. Here's how.
This reliable, inexpensive AR-15 offers excellent accuracy for every member of your family, regardless of their height.
Fit is crucial when it comes to shotgunning. Gunsite instructor Il Ling New breaks it down for you.
Gia Rocco's sponsorship by Otis Technology bolsters her already impressive resume.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
There's no one-size-fits-all solution, but here are some things to consider.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
We're pleased to announce that professional competition shooter Julie Golob will be vlogging with NRA Family InSights!
Our primer on how to get the best out of shooting in the prone position.
Although it's true that silencers are heavily regulated, there are a lot of myths floating around about what it's like to own one.
Purchasing and owning a suppressor for your firearm is not as complicated as you may think. Here's what you need to do.
Want to get the facts on suppressors? Watch this video!
Umarex's Justin Biddle explains how their new Colt revolver air guns make great training tools.
The Chargers won their third team ACUI national championship in four years and took top honors in Trap events.
Don't let their "military" appearance fool you: The modern sporting rifle is the perfect first long gun for women.
 
In the Field
Bowie knives, drop-points, hawk-bills...here's what all the terms mean, and which knife is best for what.
The National Archery in the Schools United States National Tournament had a blockbuster turnout.
Hunting for shed antlers is more than just fun—it can be a living, too.
A young woman explains how a single photo can tell the truth about hunting.
Here's what to do if the wilderness starts getting, well, a little wild.
Read this uplifting tale about how, with the help of a sighted mentor and special equipment, this young man entered the world of hunting.
This ancient hunting art is still as fascinating today as it was when it was the sport of kings and nobility.
Being prepared for emergencies doesn't have to cost a fortune. Gear up your go-bag with these 10 items for under $10.
To be an ethical hunter, it's important to keep these four concepts in mind before you squeeze the trigger.
Assistant Online Editor Sarah Smith Barnum strove to live by the mission of Outdoor Women Unlimited—and succeeded—on a recent turkey hunt in Alabama.
Here are five simple things that you may never have thought of that will increase your chances for success.
The story of how sound wildlife management—together with the assistance of hunters and anglers—has vastly improved America's ecosystem.
American Hunter Senior Editor Karen Mehall hiked 21 miles to Mount Rainier. Here's her list of essentials.
There are many huntable exotic species in the U.S., both on public and private land. Here's what to know before you decide whether it's your cup of tea.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
It's called "shed hunting," and it's a terrific outdoor activity for springtime.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
The 2015 NRA/Brownells Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors combed the SHOT Show for the best products out there.
Mishka, the Karelian Bear Dog, is retiring after 12 years of making Washington State a safer place. Here's how she did it.
 
Family Fun & Adventure
This trapper, scout, explorer, Indian agent, soldier and rancher became something of a legend.
NRA's latest recreational training event is great for anyone wanting to gain skills with their semi-auto rifle.
Go way beyond lions, tigers and bears with NRA Family, as we travel the world in search of the coolest predators on the globe.
This strange and somewhat controversial personality helped usher in a whole new way to shoot.
What's it like to live in America's largest and wildest state?
How much of this famous lawman's life is fact, and how much is legend?
The Season Four winner of TV's "Top Shot" offers shooting tips that will benefit beginners and pros alike.
The latest in a series of free online films from DU, "Building a Tradition" follows a father-son duo who love waterfowling.
Catch these two shooting stars on an upcoming episode of "NRA All Access"!
Young Civil War reenactors experience America’s history—up close and personal.
If you think you’re one of the best then here’s your chance to prove it...and win cash.
The creator of over 40 outdoor-themed television shows speaks to NRA Family InSights.
At the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, NRA Outdoors can set your family up with the hunting adventure of a lifetime.
5.11 Tactical displays their new pants and concealed-carry purses for women at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.
At the NRA Freedom Festival, Daisy Outdoor Products mans the door to the shooting sports.
The Pyramyd Air air gun range at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits is a can't-miss for families.
Premiering Thursday, April 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT Series chronicles stories of military and law enforcement service dogs and handlers.
This old (and now illegal) method of market hunting has a fascinating history.
Find out how one man went from weapon inventor to creating a backyard favorite.
It’s not the kill that makes it exciting; it’s the hunt and the challenge.
 
Safety
All in all, it's best to avoid a bruin brawl.
Don't let yourself be unprepared to render first aid if your adventures will take you out in the wilderness.
There is no one best method of concealed carry—only the best method for you. Here's how to figure it out.
Wanting to help is basic human nature, but getting involved without knowing all the facts can be hazardous.
What do the teens of today think about the Right to Keep and Bear Arms? Ask this 14-year-old author, and you'll be reassured.
There’s a violent crime every 27.1 seconds, a robbery every 1.5 minutes and a burglary every 16.4 seconds in the United States according to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report for 2013—are you ready if your home and family are next?
Two grandmothers take charge of their own safety...and start a trend in their hometown of Aurora, Ind.
Choosing a handgun for self-defense can be a challenging prospect. Jim Wilson offers some tips.
Professional home-security systems are a fine tool in your defensive plan, but they can be expensive. Here are six ways to build your own effective security system without breaking the bank.
Safety and security while you're traveling goes well beyond having a personal defense firearm. Here are some steps to help make sure you never need it.
Involve the whole family in your emergency preparedness plans—you won't regret it.
Here's what you'll need to know if you're ever forced to defend yourself or a loved one with a firearm.
Are you and your family more prepared than you were on September 10, 2001?
The author, owner of Rick's Firearm Academy of Detroit, details your strategy to improve your safety and enjoy your trip.
You've got the firearm, the holster and the training. But there's one thing you might have forgotten that could prove critical should you ever need to use your gun in a defensive situation: legal advice.
It has been said that an armed society is a polite society. And nowhere is that more important than when dealing with law enforcement.
Was the snake you saw dangerous? What should you do to avoid a bite? How do you help someone who's been bitten? We explore the slithery world of America's venomous snakes.
There's an almost-uncountable number of self-defense munitions offered on the market today. Which ones perform like they should? Check out Tom McHale's list of his top picks.
Can your firearm pass the white-glove test? Here's how to keep your gun clean and safe to use.
Here's what you need to know if your family will be spending time outdoors in mountain lion country.
 
NEWS
Part of the excitement of turkey hunting is that it's about luck as much as skill...and this is one lucky young man.
 
North America's most comprehensive directory of shooting facilities can be in the palm of your hand.
 
The NWTF's support of wildlife conservation includes a dedication to the next generation.
 
NRA's latest recreational training event is great for anyone wanting to gain skills with their semi-auto rifle.
 
The National Archery in the Schools United States National Tournament had a blockbuster turnout.
 
Montana women will have several chances to learn outdoor skills this spring.
 
Learn about a match that's encouraging more women to take up the shooting sports.
 
The Keystone State reports that 2014 was among the safest for hunters in the last 100 years.
 
Numzaan Safaris, together with Friends of NRA, is helping the shooting sports with a generous donation.
 
Here's a great opportunity to learn outdoor skills together.
 
 
The Season Four winner of TV's "Top Shot" offers shooting tips that will benefit beginners and pros alike.
 
 
On April 23, after a meeting that included NRA representatives and members of Congress, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced it was suspending the sudden enforcement of a little-known 2012 rule change that altered the requirements for declaring personal firearms and ammunition for international travel.
 
The latest in a series of free online films from DU, "Building a Tradition" follows a father-son duo who love waterfowling.
 
Umarex USA, the famous airgun supplier, is sponsoring a free airgun match in Fort Smith, Ark.
 
NRA unveils a brand-new look for this 27-year-old program.
 
Catch these two shooting stars on an upcoming episode of "NRA All Access"!
 
A stunning piece of artwork by a 17-year-old takes this year's first prize.
 
With the passage of Senate File 392, Iowa is now one of a growing number of states offering apprentice hunting licenses, affording non-hunting adults the opportunity to give hunting a try when the "hunter's horn" sounds for them.