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Confident Carry at Work and Play

Don’t leave your gun in a drawer when you need it most; get creative to comfortably conceal carry during physical activity.

The Armed Citizen® June 18, 2021

An intoxicated axe-wielding man broke into the home of a 55-year-old woman.

Adding Pepper Spray to Your Everyday Carry Set

Pepper spray is a portable and affordable defensive tool to have on hand when non-lethal force is needed. 

Team Remington’s Super Shot Wins Super Sport Lady Division

Reanna Frauens bested 42 competitors at the 2021 U.S. Open Sporting Clays Championship.

Why New Shooters Should Join a Range

Joining fellow shooters at a range can help you hone your skills and have fun safely.

Training to Teach: The NRA Instructor Course

Thinking about becoming an NRA Certified Firearm Instructor? Here's what you can expect.

Come and Take It: Guns Made for the Texan in All of Us

The NRA celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2021, and is heading to the freedom-loving state of Texas for its Annual Meetings. Firearm manufacturers as well are tipping their hats to our 28th state.

Why You Should Learn to Shoot With Your Off-Hand

You never know when something will go wrong and you’ll need to improvise—which includes shooting from your non-dominant side.

Have We Really Come a Long Way (Baby)?

When it comes to women and gun buying, why does it sometimes seem like it's one step forward and two steps back?

A Beginner's Guide to How Ammo Works

If you're new to firearms, you're also new to ammo. Need a primer? Watch this latest Smith & Wesson GUNSMARTS video hosted by shooting champion Julie Golob.

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