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Ted Nugent points out to the crowd at the NRA Convention in Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas - Was there ever any doubt?

When it comes to finding a story that's popular with members of the National Rifle Association and the world of shooting sports, you can usually count on Uncle Ted ending up near the top. In our case, Mr. Nugent ended up at the very top.

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Rocker Ted Nugent works with wounded veterans, shares story at NRA Convention in Houston

Ted Nugent laughs at a joke during the NRA Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas Nobody gets the crowds rocking harder than the Motor City Madman, and his appearance at the NRA Convention on Sunday was no exception. This experience, however, ended a little different than the others. Sure there was talk of guns and politics and the spirit of the hunt, but that soon gave way to a more somber moment. The moment when the Nuge revealed one of his darkest secrets.

"I've got to admit something right here. I feel guilty. You know it's hard to find ammo. I'm sorry … I've got it all.

"I'm really sorry about that. I've got this hobby."

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Ted Nugent smiles to the crowd at the NRA Annual Meeting in Houston

Houston, Texas - If ever there was a man who knew how to close a show, it would be a man who decades worth of high energy, spine tingling, Motor City Madness under his belt. Luckily enough … we had one of those.

In a session titled Freedom is not Free - Replaying our debt to Heroes, Ted Nugent took to the stage. In the blink of an eye, fans rose from their chairs and pounded their hands in a welcoming gesture of praise and thanks to the Whackmaster … he did not disappoint.

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Ted Nugent at the NRA convention in St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri - Ted Nugent, NRA Board Member, Second Amendment activist, New York Times bestselling author, Motor City Madman, acclaimed musician and member of the Bowhunters Hall of Fame - or "just a guitarist" as he says it - helped send off this year's NRA Annual Meeting in St. Louis in style on Sunday afternoon.

In a theater packed with cheering fans, Nugent rocked out and spoke to the crowd about how great and important it is to exercise our right to bear arms.

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