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NRA Women

Since 1776, women have fought for and defended our freedom. This too-often-unheralded part of American history, as well as all that women do today, is told here by the NRA's first female president.

Why Americans Who Win in the Shooting Sports are Good for Our Freedom

USA Shooting makes a strong presence in Tokyo, showing our American heritage.

Your NRA Clubs And Associations

Most of us are familiar with the historical founding of the NRA in 1871, where two Civil War veterans in New York set out to improve the shooting abilities of Union soldiers. But the growth of NRA membership rests squarely on the shoulders of local clubs and state associations.

Shooting Straight with Kim Rhode

On an untypical day for Kim Rhode, meaning a day off from shooting 800 shells, the renowned six-time Olympic medal winner takes this call while in a restaurant warehouse near her home in Los Angeles.

Thank You To The Women Of The NRA

As the great Annie Oakley once said, “Even in the best and most peacefully civilized countries, many occasions arise when a woman versed in the knowledge and use of firearms may find that information and skill of great importance.”

New Gold Medal Loads Introduced into Federal Premium’s Lineup

For rifle shooters, the new offerings add to a reliable line of ammunition.

Kim Rhode Wins ISSF World Cup

Rhode bested more than 200 competitors to win her 21st gold medal at the International Shooting Sport Federation match in Tucson, Ariz.

Remington 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD Reviewed

We posit that “routine” should not be confused with “boring,” especially when it means a rifle that runs with the unassuming excellence of the iconic Model 700.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 1

Reloading isn’t just a cost saver and performance improver; it’s a lot of fun.

Sharing A Gold Moment

A medal-winning rifle from the 1976 Olympics

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