NRA National Training Manager John Howard at the NRA Annual MeetingNRA National Training Manager takes the stage at the Annual Meeting in Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - There were a few thousand things going on all at once at the National Rifle Association's Annual Meeting this year in Indianapolis. People lined up far and wide to hear Wayne LaPierre talk about the 2014 congressional elections, Alabama perform at Saturday night's Stand and Fight Rally, and watch NRA Board Member Ted Nugent be Ted.

For all the Certified NRA Instructors in town, however, there was no hotter ticket than the NRA Certified Instructor Update.

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Cinco de Mayo Annual Meeting specials from the NRA Store

Official Indy 2014 NRA Annual Meeting souvenirs

For all of those who couldn't make it out to Indianapolis for the Annual Meeting last month, or for those who forgot to swing by our onsite NRA Store, this is your chance to snatch up what's left of our NRA Convention shirts, hats and other souvenirs.

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Venezuelan Olympian to share her 2nd Amendment views with NRA audience

Top Shot Gabby Franco debuts as an NRA News Commentator at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - While walking around the NRA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis a few weekends ago, we came across one of the industry's rising stars — Gabriela "Gabby" Franco. Newly minted as as one of NRA's growing stable of commentators, Gabby was bubbling over with anticipation over her new role as a Second Amendment speaker.

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The man behind McDonald v. Chicago confirmed that 2nd Amendment rights apply to every state in the union

NRA President Jim Porter addresses the 2014 Annual Meeting of Members in Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana - A number of issues and legislative battles were discussed at this year's Annual Meeting of Members in Indianapolis. Michael Bloomberg, Eric Holder, the 2014 elections and more. But one presentation truly touched thousands in the Sagamore Ballroom that day — NRA President Jim Porter's reflection of Otis McDonald.

McDonald is the McDonald behind the Supreme Court Case McDonald v. Chicago. It was his belief that he had the right to defend his home and family with a firearm. Here's a quick recap from Wikipedia:

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Guns and gear from the NRA's nine-acre expo floor in Indianapolis

Gold Thompson Submachine Gun on display at the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - Tens of thousands of Second Amendment enthusiasts flocked to Indianapolis this past weekend for the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits.

If you weren't able to make it, you're probably curious to see the cool gear that was on display by this year's exhibitors. And as many Annual Meeting veterans can attest, even if you were there this weekend there's probably stuff you still missed.

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New video campaign debuts at NRA Convention in Indianapolis

Wayne LaPierre speaks at NRA's Annual Meeting of Members in Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre was greeted with a standing ovation in the Indiana Convention Center as he rose to speak at Saturday's Annual Meeting of Members. It was the moment most made the trip to Indianapolis for — to hear from the man himself. Where is the NRA headed? What are plans for the off-year election? How will we continue to grow as an organization?

Standing at the podium, LaPierre first thanked the members for their continued commitment and support.

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Excerpt from Governor Sarah Palin's address at NRA's Stand and Fight Rally

Sarah Palin on stage at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana - It's difficult to think of a speaker more fitting for NRA's Saturday Night Stand and Fight Rally than former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. An outdoorswoman who has taken down the odd moose and caribou in her day, Governor Palin manifests the bold and adventurous spirit that every sportsman longs to embody.

And if there were any questions as to her commitment to the Second Amendment, well, let's just say that tonight's address put any concerns to rest.

Just check out her opening remarks:

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Spend Sunday with Ted Nugent, the M-16, and the future of America's Shooting Sports

NRA Welcome signs along the streets of Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - Everyone knows what today marks the final day of NRA's Annual Meeting and Exhibits starts a little later than the rest. How late? Just an hour. Understandable when consider the late night festivities put on by Sarah Palin, Sarah Evans, Oliver North, and country super group Alabama at the Stand and Fight Rally last night.

Right about now you have a moment to breath, and maybe a little extra time to squeeze in your regular Sunday morning activities, here's a look at six singular special events you can look forward to on Sunday.

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NRA Meeting of the Members starts with the new and ends with the older

Maurey Addelman, the oldest NRA Life Member at the NRA Convention in Indy

Indianapolis, Indiana - At any NRA Convention, there is nothing more important than the Annual Meeting of Members. That's where things get done.

Resolutions are passed, members address the leadership, and agendas for the new legislative season are rolled out for all to see. But unlike those suppers at your mom's kitchen table, this event serves up the desserts first. The recognition of the youngest and oldest life members of the NRA.

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