"Back to school" is about more than buying backpacks and clothes: it's about school security, too, and the NRA School Shield program can help.
The money comes from fundraising efforts associated with Friends of NRA banquets, where proceeds are designed to benefit youth shooting sports teams.
The NRA School Shield is training America’s schools to protect America’s children—without charging them a dime.
NASCAR legend Richard Childress was a target of a home invasion; he's glad he had a gun.
Women make up the fastest-growing segment of new NRA members.
All law-abiding, sane Americans agree: One of our country’s top priorities should be ensuring the safety of our school children. For decades, protecting our children has been a central focus of the National Rifle Association.