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The Junior Rifle Team Shows Why the Shooting Sports are Growing

While it doesn’t receive much attention, thousands of Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) cadets...

Shooting Sports Spotlight: Shooting, Coaching, Healing

Shooting can mean many things to many people. For Keali Chang, it meant a way...

A Fog Of Data

The National Institutes of Health proves what we already knew about firearm research conducted by...

Millennials Are Sick Of Being Branded “Anti-Gun”

Is there truth to the media’s assertions that nearly all young Americans hate firearms?

NRA Foundation Grant Goes to Texas Junior ROTC Team

The $3,635 check was presented after the West Oso marksmanship team placed second in the...

Florida Teens Stage Walkout to Support Second Amendment

Students at Rockledge High School respond to walkouts in support of rights.

Gun Walkouts from Schools Turn Political

Although this month’s event was touted as a way simply to memorialize the 17 students...

Tennessee School Seeks NRA Grant for Rifle Range

A military training unit at one Hamilton County high school wants to be on the...

Pete Brownell: Everyman’s Voice

Pete Brownell is now NRA president, an office he will use to “grow the NRA...

The Armed Citizen® | Teachers, Professors & Principals

These armed citizens schooled thieves, felons and criminals.

New Indoor Range Opens At NC High School

Currently, four cadets are range-certified, however Wegman hopes every senior will be qualified by next...

Let’s End The Charade Of Gun-Free Zones

“Gun-free zone” signs mean nothing to criminals intent on causing harm and destruction.

Deacons For Defense And Justice

While many anti-gunners want to make the debate over the Second Amendment a racial one,...

Third Century | Aaron Reed

Shooter and former U.S. Navy SEAL Aaron Reed has lived a life of service to...

Montana Teen Proposes Ballot Initiative

A Whitefish High School junior decided that if he wanted schools in his state to...