Y.E.S. Summit Attendees Hit the Range

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posted on June 24, 2014
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As a part of the 2014 Youth Education Summit, 45 high school students from across the country came to NRA headquarters and visited the range. During the week the students will visit the nation's capital, the Manassas National Battlefield Park, Marine Corps Base Quantico, the National Archives, the Newseum, and more historic sites in the D.C. metro area.

NRA_rangeOn the range students had the opportunity to shoot an array of handguns and rifles, including the Ruger Lite .22 cal. pistol that Oklahoma resident, Anna, shot (pictured below).

Stay tuned for more from Y.E.S. Check out our Instagram account @NRAFamilyInsights, or our Facebook and Twitter pages for live coverage of the event.

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