2016’s Great American Outdoor Show Promises To Be The Biggest And Best One Yet

posted on February 3, 2016

When people think of NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show, Feb. 6-14 in Harrisburg, Pa., most picture the show’s massive exhibit hall—this year, GAOS will fill 650,000 square feet with all the latest shooting and outdoor gear from more than 1,100 exhibitors. 

It’s truly an amazing sight. But if you don’t venture beyond the exhibit hall, you’ll be missing out. On Friday night, the “Duck Dynasty” star will talk God, guns and country in Phil Robertson: UnMuzzled, and Saturday night’s NRA Country Concert will feature great music from country artists Justin Moore, LOCASH and Ben Gallaher. 

During the day, you can catch Dock Dogs canine water sports demonstration and the Birds of Prey: Ultimate Hunter program, featuring live raptors, in the arenas. While the kids visit the Family Fun Zone, live Trout Pond and Pyramid Airgun Range, up your fishing game at Bass University or try your luck at the Wall of Guns. Admission is free with purchase of an NRA membership—so don’t miss it!

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