NRA Announces Personal Protection Expo In 2017

posted on December 16, 2016

The National Rifle Association announced on Wednesday the launch of a three-day educational and interactive experience dedicated to increasing knowledge and skills of personal protection, concealed carry and defense tactics. The NRA Personal Protection Expo will be held Aug. 25-27, 2017, at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. 

The exhibit hall will feature a lineup of products ranging from firearms, concealment and storage products, and home defense solutions, to knives, tactical gear and advanced training options. Special events such as evening entertainment, live auctions, raffles and games of chance will also be conducted throughout the weekend. In addition, attendees can catch a broad array of educational seminars and workshops that cover best protection practices.

With self-defense rights set to possibly expand nationally next year, NRA intends to keep leading the way. You can learn more about the expo at NRAPersonalProtectionExpo.org.

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