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Rising Shooting Stars: Thomas McGowan

His shooting career began with hunting; now it's high power. What's next for Thomas?

Treestand Safety: Our Tips

The No. 1 hunting-related injury by far remains falls from treestands.

Throwback Thursday: John Colter, the West’s First Mountain Man

Trapper, explorer, frontiersman—he's long been considered the American West’s first mountain man.

How to Shoot Bears (With Cameras)

Here's how to get the shot of a lifetime safely.

Can You Use a .22LR For Self-Defense?

It's the easiest cartridge to shoot, but does it have enough stopping power?

Throwback Thursday: the Legend of Kit Carson

This trapper, scout, explorer, Indian agent, soldier and rancher became something of a legend.

Throwback Thursday: Crazy Horse, Lakota War Leader

The story of the man who defeated Custer at the battle of Little Big Horn.

A Picture Worth 1,000 Reasons

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

Fun Friday: 7 Awesome Predators (You've Never Heard Of)

Go way beyond lions, tigers and bears with NRA Family, as we travel the world...

Fun Friday: Mystery of the Dead Man's Gun

A bleached skull and a bent smoothbore rifle ... what would they tell us, if...

Fun Friday: 3 Incredibly Creepy Outdoor Legends

Just in time for Halloween: Three nightmare campfire tales with just an element of truth.

Treestand Safety: Our Tips

The No. 1 hunting-related injury by far remains falls from treestands.

Throwback Thursday: Audie Murphy, WWII Hero & Movie Star

From the battlefield to the box office, Audie was a true American hero.

Cool Jobs: Wildlife Filmmaker

Talk about a cool career! Is it for you?

Throwback Thursday: Jim Bridger, the "Other" Mountain Man

Thanks to "The Revenant," you know the story of Hugh Glass. But do you know...

Fun Friday: 4 Fave Frontier Flicks

Wondering what to watch this weekend?

8 Survival Secrets of America's "Mountain Men"

Some ninteenth-century wilderness lessons should never be forgotten.

She’s One to Watch: Teen Takes Top Hunting Honor

Meet the remarkable eighth-grader who won DSC’s Colin Caruthers Young Hunter Award.

Throwback Thursday: Ed McGivern, World's Fastest Gun

"Automatics are just too slow. I can shoot faster with a revolver."
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