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Freedom: Americans and Arms

This moving article was submitted to us nine years ago by Walter Gorra, who was...

Throwback Thursday: Brown Bess Musket

It's the gun that won (and lost) the American Revolution.

Throwback Thursday: "Black Bart," the Gentleman Bandit

He didn’t look like a Wild West desperado, and didn’t act much like one either...

Throwback Thursday: Rifles of the Civil War

What we know for sure is that the Union was preserved and, as a result,...

How Millennials Are Changing the Gun Industry

"Millennials don't want to be 'sold to.' All they really want is help finding what...

7 Things to Know About Socks For Heroes

Jim and Carla Hogan, founders of Socks For Heroes, tell NRA Family how they were...

A Youth's Perspective on the Second Amendment

What do the teens of today think about the Right to Keep and Bear Arms?...

Why Muzzleloading Still Rules

This "blast from the past" way to hunt is anything but primitive.

Fun Friday: 4 Plants to Leave the Heck Alone

Poison ivy? Psshh. Didn't even make the list.

Throwback Thursday: Primitive Weapons

Now imagine you are gearing up for a hunt 12,000 years ago. Now what? Guns...

Use a Horse to Hunt

Using a horse as part of your hunting strategy can increase your chances of success-and...
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