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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 They Hate Us

They hate us. The funny thing is, we don’t hate them. Consider the following dynamics.

How ILA Is Fighting In The Courts

Many NRA members are aware of the work that ILA does on Capitol Hill and in state houses across the country.

Kim Rhode And Her Dad, Richard Rhode

Kim Rhode, a six-time Olympic medalist in the shotgun sports, grew up competing, and even lettered four years on her California high school’s shooting team.

Freedom is Best Learned Young

A Guide to Becoming an Active Advocate for the Second Amendment

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.

A Big Second Amendment Win in California

A U.S. District Judge has stopped enforcement of California’s law requiring citizens to undergo background checks when purchasing ammunition.

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.”

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.

President’s Column | Let Her Be Counted As An NRA Member

The Second Amendment is for everyone. You have read these words in my columns before. Our Second Amendment-guaranteed civil liberties offer us a choice for protecting ourselves, protecting our families and protecting the communities that make up the unique fabric of our country.

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