Phil Schreier

Phil Schreier Named Director Of NRA Museums

One of NRA’s most public and best-known figures in the gun world—and its leading voice when it comes to firearms, history and our Second Amendment heritage—E. Philip Schreier III has been appointed director of NRA Museums.

Hunters: The Original Social Distancers

There is no denying that we are experiencing a complicated time in our country’s history. We are all navigating through various states’ opening and closing procedures that include recommended social distancing measures.

Standing Guard | Your NRA Is Mainstream America

When I step in front of audiences to speak, I always take a moment to look out through the lights at yet another diverse crowd of NRA members. I glance at individual faces and see men and women, youngsters and veterans, people of every ethnicity and from all occupations.

Suppressors Are Simply More Polite

Now we know suppressed guns are polite guns.

NRA Leads In Hunter Training

Did you know the National Rifle Association developed the first formal hunter-education curriculum? It’s true.

Hollywood Shoots Itself in the Left Foot

Hollywood has long had a confusing, contradictory and hypocritical relationship with guns, but green-lighting a thriller featuring liberals hunting down “deplorable” conservatives with guns is so smug, elitist and disgusting it is actually unintentionally revealing.

New Cody Firearms Museum Exhibit Adds Deeper Context to Gun History

The goal is to educate the public about the proper firearms use in various different contexts.

SIG Sauer Earns Awards for Outstanding Achievements

The firearm manufacturer was recently honored with three awards at the NASGW Annual Expo in Pittsburgh.

Sitka Keeps You Warm Without Curtailing Movement

As you prepare to gear up for your winter hunts, Sitka gear offers a full line-up of products that won the NRA’s Golden Bullseye Award for good reason.

Smith & Wesson 686 Plus Review

Whether the Performance Center 686 Plus beguiles with beauty or performance is a nettlesome question—right up to the point, that is, when you decide you don’t care what the answer is.

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