This week, we learned what will become of fallen industry giant Remington Arms. American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe has the inside scoop on what this means ... and what the future of this beloved brand might hold.
Shoot Like A Girl’s coast-to-coast tour continues with a stop Saturday, October 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ashland, Virginia Bass Pro Shop. Be sure to check out SLAG’s Facebook Live sessions as well, which feature topics such as Smith & Wesson’s Safety Initiative, with guest Julie Golob; Getting Children in the Outdoors, with guest Kevin Lovegreen; and The Great American Outdoors Act Discussion, with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Jen Doherty.
In anticipation of her first hunt, NRA Women Assistant Editor Ashley Thess enrolled in online Hunter Education. She wrote about her expectations of the course versus the reality—which was definitely not her father’s Hunter’s Ed! More seasoned huntresses in need of a refresher class should check out the newly announced free NRA Online Hunter Ed for Experienced Hunters
NRA Women's sister publication NRAFamily.org is dedicated to highlighting the accomplishments of today’s young shooting sports competitors, huntresses and outdoorswomen of the future. Check out the triple threat sibling set of the Akenhead sisters!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and XS Sights is taking aim at the disease with its exclusive, limited-edition Pink Big Dot Night Sight
October is also the month of Halloween, and we here at NRA Women just can’t resist a spooky campfire tale! All month long we’re highlighting creepy, weird outdoor tales to raise a touch of gooseflesh. Get ready to shiver at the mystery of Dyatlov Pass ...
From our friends at NRA-ILA, we have the reasons why President Trump’s nominee for the is such a great choice for the future of the Second Amendment: NRA Applauds Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court