NRA Presents Alan Jackson's "Keepin' It Country" Tour with Special Guest Jeff Foxworthy this April 11

NRA Presents Alan Jackson "Keepin' It Country" Tour with Special Guest Jeff Foxworthy

Nashville, Tennessee - After you've browsed acres of new guns and gear and maybe attended a seminar at the NRA's 144th Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Nashville, TN this April, there's only one thing left to do: On Saturday, April 11, point your boots toward the Bridgestone Arena and let yourself unwind during an evening of top country music entertainment.

There are few acts that can follow last year's remarkable performance by Alabama, but country music legend Alan Jackson is certainly one. As an artist, he's sold over 60-million albums and gleaned every award possible and is a must act. Classic hits such as "Chattahoochee," "Drive," "Gone Country," "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and "Good Time," speak of good times and country living amid this, Jackson's 25th anniversary "Keepin' It Country" tour.

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Century Arms donates custom chopper to the NRA Foundation

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NRA-themed Orange County Chopper at the 2015 SHOT Show in Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada - One thing you you’re sure to find at every SHOT Show is something new. A new trigger, new barrel, or new gun to set the shooting world on fire. Or, in the case of the National Rifle Association, a new bike.

Designed by the world class production crew over at Orange County Choppers, the NRA debuted an OCC-styled Pro Street bike with bullet-like appearance adorned in a matte gunmetal and black paint job on SHOT Show 2015’s opening day... find out more about Orange County Chopper's NRA-themed custom bike at SHOT Show ...

Get your badges early and skip the lines this spring at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - If you've ever attended theNRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, you know it's one of the most exciting weekends a firearms enthusiast can experience. Also, so many Second Amendment supporters getting together means it's going to be crowded.

The number one choke points that can hold up your time while you stand and watch everyone else have fun is registration. Yes, the NRA Annual Meetings are free for all NRA members, but we still need to verify that you are a current member before letting you into the party. And although we have a large staff to help register attendees, you can only process tens of thousands of people so quickly.

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New beginnings, old favorites, and smoking guns - 2014's best posts

CMA Top New Artist Brantley Gilbert hooking the crowd at the NRA Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Fairfax, Virginia - A lot happened this past year at the NRA. In 2014 we saw the University of Michigan defend a national championship, we helped share the joy of the shooting sports with underprivileged children, and we took time to say thanks to our injured men and women in uniform.

We covered a lot of great stories, but only a handful can make it into each of our end-of-year recaps. Lars shared his top five posts yesterday, so today I get to send off 2014 with my own favorite stories from another successful year for the NRA.

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NRA Annual Meetings attendance keeps climbing as more and more Americans stand up for Second Amendment

2014 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis

Fairfax, Virginia – The National Rifle Association Annual Meetings & Exhibits has been recognized by the Trade Show News Network (TSNN) as one of the fastest growing trade shows in the United States, by attendance, from 2011-2013. TSNN is the number one online news and resource for trade shows, tracking more than 22,000 shows worldwide.

“Recognition as one of the top trade shows in the country is not just a reflection of the vitality of the shooting and hunting industry, it also demonstrates that NRA is delivering an event that is constantly evolving to meet the growing needs and expectations of our members and supporters.” said Jeffrey Poole, NRA’s managing director of shows and exhibits.

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From Benelli USA - America’s ETHOS Embarks on a 50-State Tour

America’s ETHOS Embarks on a 50-State Tour - Benelli

Accokeek, Maryland - Benelli USA is proud to announce the launch of “America’s ETHOS” 50-State Tour. A single Benelli ETHOS will be traveling to each of the 50 states over the coming months to perform a variety of shooting tasks determined by the recipient in each state. America’s ETHOS will tell the story of one shotgun traveling the country experiencing the unique environments and conditions that each of the 50 states has to offer without being cleaned along the way.

Writers, pro staffers, competition shooters, sales reps, dealers, outdoor celebrities and industry partners will receive this particular out-of-the-box ETHOS to use in every way a shotgun can be used. To document the experience, this ETHOS will be accompanied by a logbook and video camera for each ... more on the America’s ETHOS 50-State Tour ...

NRA Gun Gurus coming back to the Outdoor Channel this fall - video

Special 1911 pistol made for NRA-ILA by Andy's Custom Guns in Colorado

Indianapolis, Indiana - There was a lot going on at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits this year in Indianapolis. We had the Wall of Guns, a special seminar by Detroit's own Ted Nugent, The Annual Meeting of Members, and a live taping of NRA's Gun Gurus for the Outdoor Channel.

Presented by Henry, the show covers NRA Museums' Director Jim Supica and Senior Curator Philip Schreier as "travel across the country, making stops at the NRA National Firearms Museum ... read more about the latest developments on Outdoor Channel's NRA Gun Gurus ...

Top tips from top Instructors at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis

NRA Instructors

Indianapolis, Indiana - The NRA Instructor Seminar at this year's Annual Meeting was the largest on record. With almost 500 signing up for the exclusive event, the venue was changed not once, not twice, but three times. That's right - it was bigger than even we expected it to be.

In addition to hearing about the latest and greatest programs coming from NRA Headquarters, instructors also had the chance to hear from some of the top practitioners in the field like Mike Hughes of NextLevelTraining.

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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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