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Instructor Said What? 10 Defensive Shooting Terms, Explained

Here's the lingo that will help you absorb the most from your training.

Pistol Grip Shotguns: Great or Gimmick?

A staunch supporter of full-sized scatterguns takes another look at pistol grips.

Pistol Shooting Positions: Part II

Getting into pistol competition? Here’s what you need to know!

Pistol Shooting Positions: Part I

Getting into pistol competition? Here’s what you need to know!

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

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

Find a Hunting Mentor: 6 Ways

How to get started as an adult beginner.

4 Expert Tips For Solo Sporting Clays Practice

Does your squad keep ribbing you about your misses?

Trigger Squeeze

Here's how to learn to keep the sights still while moving the trigger.

Welcoming NRAWomen.com to the NRA Family

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

Shooting Tips: The Importance of Balance

When it comes to punching bullseyes, you've got to stay on the level.

6 Terrible Reasons To Not Carry Concealed

Why do some CCW holders go unarmed? You'll be shocked.

4 Tips To Choose a Defensive Handgun

The brass tacks of what can be a complex choice.

Outdoor Industry Career: Shooting Instructor

Creating the next generation of law-abiding gun owners.

Why You (Yes, You) Need Basic Gun Training

Three trainers, three questions, three more reasons to learn gun safety from a pro.

NRA Family Editor's Picks: Valentine's Day 2020

Here's what to get the Second Amendment lover in your life!

5 Things You Should Know About the M1 Garand

“In my opinion, the M1 rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” — Gen....

Throwback Thursday: Ed McGivern, World's Fastest Gun

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

5 First-Timer's Firearms Fears (& How to Overcome Them)

It's normal to be a little intimidated. Here's why you shouldn't worry.

How To Tell When Your Child is Ready To Learn About Guns

It all depends on you and your child, but here are some hints to guide...
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