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Why Beginners Should Shoot Big Guns First

Does "big gun" always mean "big recoil"? Instructor Frank Melloni weighs in.

Sporting Collectibles: Hunting and Wildlife Stamps

Stuck indoors on a rainy day? You can still enjoy this outdoor-themed hobby!

Bears, Bees, Snakes-Oh My! Well...Just Snakes

Sooner or later, you'll probably encounter a snake during your time in the outdoors. What...

MidwayUSA Grants Half-Million For Range Development

Youth shooting sports are on the rise ... so let's give them a safe place...

How to Get a Shooting Scholarship

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

A Picture Worth 1,000 Reasons

A young woman explains how a single photo can tell the truth about hunting.

Baby Wildlife 101: Followers & Hiders

Some people get fooled into thinking baby critters need help...they don't; here's why.

Cool Outdoor Career: Forester

Looking for a job that keeps you out of doors and in touch with nature?

Juniors: Camp Woodie Returns Summer 2021!

The South Carolina Waterfowl Association's famous kids' camp is back!

Fun Friday: 4 Plants to Leave the Heck Alone

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

2021 National Junior Duck Stamp Winners: Art Takes Wing

“When the world turned upside-down nature calmly and quietly laid a blanket of comfort over...

Federal Ammunition Boosts Pass It On - Outdoor Mentors

Helping at-risk kids experience the calm and joy of outdoor pursuits.

NRA's "How to Talk About Hunting": Free Webinar and Book

How to explain the benefits of this time-honored tradition to those who don't understand.

NRA Signs Memorandum of Understanding With U.S.F.W.S.

NRA announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife...

Why Millennials Should Try Hunting

A take on how the next generation can rock the hunting world...it's totes #lit.

Cool Jobs: Wildlife Biologist

Is this the outdoor career of your dreams?

Throwback Thursday: John Ruthven, 20th-Century Audubon

“I’ll keep painting as long as birds fly and I can lift a brush.”

Higher Education for Juniors Who Love Hunting & Shooting

Five factors to consider when you're making your college applications.
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