When it comes to everything related to firearms, there's nobody you trust more than the NRA. For over a decade, NRANews.com has been your go-to source for online information, commentary and analysis related to the Second Amendment. There's great news: NRANews.com has unveiled a brand-new platform that's going to make your online experience even richer than before. With a new look, more programming choices and easier navigation, NRANews.com is sure to become a daily read.
The site offers 12 original series to entertain and inform, as well as NRA campaigns and an archive of addresses from NRA leaders and politicos. It’s the most comprehensive video coverage of Second Amendment issues, events and culture anywhere in the world. Whether you’re a new shooter or a lifelong advocate, there’s no better place to explore the truth about firearms and the Second Amendment. Viewers can browse categories of interest—from commentary and investigative to lifestyle and profiles—to find the show that’s right for them. Best of all, all of the content is available in streaming HD and on-demand.
With this new launch, NRA News has united the powerful programs and personalities of NRA Life of Duty, NRA Freestyle and NRA Women...magnifying their voices into a single platform. Take the time today to visit NRANews.com and check out everything on offer...there's sure to be something to cater to any interest:
Cam & Co., sponsored by Nosler
The cornerstone of NRA News, Cam & Co.is a three-hour talk show focusing on Second Amendment-related news and issues. Host Cam Edwards interviews newsmakers, politicos, journalists, congressional leaders and NRA leaders and brings you in-depth commentary and analysis you won’t find anywhere else.
Cam & Co.broadcasts live on NRANews.com each weekday from 2-5 p.m. ET and episodes can be accessed on demand at their completion. You can also listen via simulcast on SiriusXM—tune into Patriot Plus Ch. 297 from 9 p.m. to midnight ET or Patriot Ch. 97 from midnight to 3 a.m. ET for that day’s show. Additionally, podcasts are available on iHeartRadio and iTunes.
Ginny Simone Reporting
Award-winning investigative journalist Ginny Simone travels the globe to report on the news and issues that affect gun owners and our Second Amendment rights. She goes beyond the headlines to bring you detailed, in-depth reports on the stories that matter to you most—stories that you won’t get from the mainstream media.
NRA News Commentators, sponsored by Kimber
Enjoy a diverse collection of opinions on the hottest issues of the moment. This new generation of advocates and activists for the Second Amendment is passionate and unapologetic about their belief in our Right to Bear Arms. Look for refreshingly honest perspectives from Colion Noir and veteran Navy SEAL Dom Raso.
NOIR, sponsored by Mossbergwith support from 5.11 Tactical and Federal Premium
Colion Noir returns for a fourth season with a mission to highlight the many faces of gun ownership. Follow his journey through all-new episodes as he tours the country, taking back the narrative on Second Amendment rights and challenging perceptions of gun culture and advocacy.
I Am Forever, sponsored by FNH USAwith support from 5.11 Tactical and Federal Premium
What kind of culture sustains freedom? Are we doomed to use our freedom to squander our freedom? Will our culture continue to honor and celebrate values and philosophies contrary to those that sustain freedom? Or will we reconnect with a way of living that keeps us free, and reverse course? Kristy Titus and the cast of I Am Forever delveinto this subject.
Lt. Col. Oliver North and veteran U.S. Army Ranger Chuck Holton take you inside the most dangerous threats and critical events concerning your freedom. Since many would argue the single greatest threat facing America is our knowledge of our own history, Frontlines also journeys to famous battlefields in American history to remember why we were there—and for what our fallen heroes died.
Defending Our America, sponsored by SIGSauer
A cast of civilians and former military and law enforcement officers from around the country join together to discuss the question, “What does it take to defend America?” The roundtable is raw and real, and it touches on issues that we all should be talking about in our own communities.
Patriot Profiles, sponsored by Smith & Wesson
These are the stories that too often go untold—the stories of our true American heroes in the military, law enforcement and emergency services. Join us as we pay tribute to those who protect, defend and respond to any situation that threatens our families, our society, and our freedoms at home and abroad—and those who did so by paying the ultimate price.
Love at First Shot, sponsored by Smith & Wesson
In the new season, champion shooter Julie Golob and Natalie Foster team up to help first-time shooters find a love, or at least better understanding, of firearms. This series can be seen on both NRAWomen.TV, sponsored by Smith & Wesson, and NRANews.com.
Tips & Tactics, sponsored by Cabela’s Outdoor Fund
This training series is dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of shooting, hunting, personal protection and competition shooting. Hosted by Gabby Franco, the series offers step-by-step lessons from experienced female instructors who specialize in crime prevention, personal safety, competition shooting, big-game hunting, marksmanship and more. This series can be seen on both NRAWomen.TV, sponsored by Smith & Wesson, and NRANews.com.
Armed & Fabulous
Meet the inspiring women of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum, whose generous giving and exemplary leadership are leaving an incredible, indelible impact. Each episode profiles one of these influential woman leaders as she shares her personal history with firearms and her passion for protecting the Second Amendment. This series can be seen on both NRAWomen.TV, sponsored by Smith & Wesson, and NRANews.com.
The Treasure Collection
Spotlights some of the spectacular pieces from the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia. Dating from America’s pioneer days and early westward expansion through the Civil and World Wars on up to today, these firearms have been in the hands of presidents, politicians, Olympians, sharpshooters, law enforcement officers and Hollywood actors.