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Video: NRA's Range Tips for New Shooters

Heading to the range with your shooting mentor for the first time? Here's what you...

4 Things Shooting Instructors Do That Drive Students Nuts

A follow-up to our recent article about gun-student gaffes. It goes both ways...

5 Tips For Mentoring New Hunters

It's the most rewarding thing you'll ever do (that's also fun for you).

Video: Important Crossbow Safety Tips

American Hunter Executive Editor Adam Heggenstaller offers some crucial do's and don'ts.

3 Things Gun Students Do (That Drive Instructors Nuts)

Here's how to avoid wasting everyone's time (and your money) when you're getting your gun...

Gunsite: Dream Destination

Founded by WWII and Korean War veteran Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper in 1976, Gunsite's primary...

How to Get a Shooting Scholarship

Keep enjoying the sport you love while earning extra cash for college.

11 Reasons We Take Our Kids to the Range

Dispelling the myths about gun-owning families, bit by bit.

My Experience with Starting a Shooting Club

Read about how one NRA Youth Education Summit alumnus made a difference in his own...

5 Reasons Every Family Should Try Shotgun Sports

The shotgun sports can be quite challenging, but that challenge is what draws shooters back...

5 Biggest Mistakes Concealed Carriers Make

Taking charge of your own safety comes with some responsibilities.

Family Shooting Fun S.A.S.S Style

Looking for a shooting sport that your family will enjoy for years to come? Look...

Top 6 Public Range No-Nos

Here's how NOT to act on a public range.

IDPA Competitions: Practical Guns & Practical Gear Build Practical CCW Skills

Get out of the target-shooting rut and become a better handgunner with International Defensive Pistol...

Top 3 Reasons to Take a New Shooter to the Range

It's one of the best things you can do for yourself, your friends and the...

4 Weird Things People Ask Women Who Carry Guns (and How to Answer)

The key to success is to keep your initial reaction on the inside.

Guns 101

Everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask.
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