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First Aid In the Field

Don't let yourself be unprepared to render first aid if your adventures will take you...

Giving Guns As Gifts: Don't Forget the "Batteries"

Gifting a gun this year? Don't forget these critical safety and security accessories!

How to Give a Gun as a Gift

Giving a firearm as a present can be tricky. Here's how to ensure they love...

How to Teach a Kid To Love Hunting

That first experience can make or break the sport of a lifetime.

Why (& How) Your EDC Should Include a First-Aid Kit

Don't rely on your car to store your everyday carry equipment.

Boo! Carry Concealed Phantom-Style With ALPS OutdoorZ Ghost 30 Pack

On-body carry not an option? The Ghost 30 Pack makes your defensive gun "disappear."

5 Ways COVID-19 Made Me a Better Gun Instructor

Whether you're a professional instructor or mentoring a friend, here are five new tips courtesy...

Why Shooters Should ALWAYS Wear Eye & Ear Protection

We may sound like your mom insisting you wear your mittens, but this is more...

5 Sure-Fire Training Drills For Your Concealed-Carry Pistol

Here's how to get the very most out of your pocket pistol.

First Impressions: Hatsan Harpoon Arrow Gun

Now all we need is a huge white whale...

5 Tips to Improve Your Shooting Skills

Here's how to perfect your craft even in less-than-ideal situations.

Fear Not: Shooting Your First Competitive Match Will be Fun

Whether you prep for months or dive in headfirst, competitive shooting is a blast!

CCW: Buy the Best Holster You Can Afford

Sheriff Jim has some advice on your concealed-carry rig.

Doctor's Rx For Wilderness Survival

On his prescription pad, it says "Always Remember to Take it With You!"

Welcoming NRAWomen.com to the NRA Family

We hope you love reading it as much as we love creating it for you!

Dr.'s Rx: 4 Coronavirus-Boredom Cures for NRA Families

Turn boredom into opportunity with these four tips straight from Dr. Dvorchak's Rx pad.

4 Gun-Handling Lessons I Learned the Hard Way (So You Don't Have To)

Pride lost. Experience gained. An account of one veteran shooter’s mistakes.
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