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Feral Hogs: World’s Worst Invasive Species

At least within the environmental and hunting communities, we’ve heard...

NRA Reopens Public Range Fund for Qualifying Projects

More than 90 public ranges have been awarded funds to date and we look forward...

MidwayUSA Grants Half-Million For Range Development

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

Shotgun Choke Explained Simply (No Math, We Promise)

Don't get tangled up in quadratic equations; the basics of shotgun choke are all you...

What You Need to Know About .300 Blackout

From the original design history, to the differences between subsonic and supersonic bullets.

5 Key Factors For Choosing Your Gun Instructor

Here's how to pick the firearms trainer who can teach you what you need to...

Weird (Ammunition) Science: Shotgun Slugs

Our series on ballistic projectiles continues.

Winning Habits On the Range

Performance in competition—and in life—is often determined by our habits.

Ammunition Science: Shotshell Ballistics

How the science affects the way your shot flies.

Feral Hogs: World’s Worst Invasive Species

At least within the environmental and hunting communities, we’ve heard...

What You Need to Know About .300 Blackout

From the original design history, to the differences between subsonic and supersonic bullets.

SHOT 2019: Black Rain Ordnance Shooter Development Institute

Don't mind the tacticool name: This is for everyone.

Weird (Ammunition) Science: Shotgun Slugs

Our series on ballistic projectiles continues.

Winning Habits On the Range

Performance in competition—and in life—is often determined by our habits.

Ammunition Science: Shotshell Ballistics

How the science affects the way your shot flies.

NRA Helps You Find Places to Shoot

Finding a place to shoot is sometimes half the battle for gun owners. NRA's National...

Feral Hogs: World’s Worst Invasive Species

At least within the environmental and hunting communities, we’ve heard...