Miss out on souvenirs from this year's Annual Meeting? Get them at the NRAstore

Well, the dust has finally settled after an epic 144th Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville. When it was all said and done, over 78,000 good guys came to celebrate the Second Amendment – the second-biggest attendance on record! 

With acres of guns and gear, great music and even better people, we know there was a lot to take in. So, in case you missed out on your souvenirs at the NRAstore in Music City – you’re in luck! We still have some of our one-of-a-kind collectibles available for purchase at NRAstore.com.

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Top Shot competitor tells tales at NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville

Michelle Viscusi laughs while signing pictures at the NRA Convention in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - It's difficult to get past the smiling face of GLOCK's Michelle Viscusi. Jumping into the international shooting scene on Season 4 of History Channel's Top Shot back in 2012, she capitalized on her new found celebrity and signed on with Team GLOCK.

"I got on to Top Shot and ever since then I've been on the competition side of shooting. That's where we're at now."

Now where we're at the is the NRA Convention. So between autograph signings and picture taking, we snuck in a few seconds to ask Michelle about her first gun, last gun, and next gun.

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Kids of all ages find fun and marksmanship at NRA Annual Meeting

Enjoying the Pyramyd Air gun range at the NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - Who doesn't enjoy a little plinking?

That was the thought process behind taking up Pyramyd Air on their offer to host the Air Gun Range again at this year's NRA Convention in Nashville.

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Who did you see at the NRA Annual Meeting in Nashville?

Donald Trump with a fan at the NRA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee - So why did you go to the NRA Annual Meeting this year in Nashville? To hear the next crop of potential presidential nominees? See the latest in guns and gear? Or perhaps you're simply a card carrying member of the NRA. No matter why you ended up in Nashville, odds are you saw something good ... and a lot of people.

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Cors is the new President of the NRA, Wayne LaPierre Re-Elected As Executive Vice President

NRA President Allan Cors at the NRA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee - Allan D. Cors of Naples, Florida was elected by the National Rifle Association Board of Directors as President of the historic 144-year-old Association. The election took place in Nashville, Tennessee following the 144th Annual Meeting of the NRA where 78,865 members attended the 3-day celebration - the second highest number ever.

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NRA Meeting of Members opens with celebration of life

NRA EVP Wayne LaPierre in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee - The Meeting of Members is one of the few events actually required at the NRA Annual Meeting. An opportunity for members to hear from NRA Officers, vote on the Board of Directors, and raise any outstanding or pertinent issues.

Recently, another tradition has found a home at the Meeting of Members ... recognition of the youngest and oldest NRA Life Member.

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Thousands fill Nashville's Broadway for free Hank Williams concert

Hank Williams on stage at the NRA Country concert in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - If you weren't on Broadway by 6:00pm you were in trouble. If you waited until 7 then you were sunk. And if you waited until 8:00pm last find a spot on the street to watch Hank Williams, Jr. perform live then you were just out of luck ... if you wanted to see anything that is.

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Coming to the NRA Annual Meetings today? Here are some activities you don't want to miss

2015 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee - Yesterday the doors to Nashville's nine acre exhibit hall opened to tens of thousands of NRA supporters; all eager to explore more than 550 displays of the latest and greatest guns and gear from all the top manufacturers. Converging on Music City, USA, for the 144th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, attendees came from not just all over the country, but all over the world.

But the NRA Annual Meetings are more than just the huge exhibit hall. Friday saw events like the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum, NRA-ILA Dinner and Auction, and the NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum. Here's six activities you don't want to miss if you're coming out on Saturday.

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Images from NRA's Exhibit Hall inside the Music City Center

NRA signs for the NRA Convention outside the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee - One of the great things about the NRA Convention is that you never know what you're going to see next. What events, celebrities, and guns are just around the corner. This is my 9th Annual Meeting and there's always something new. So what about this year?

New surroundings, new seminars and new celebrities ... exactly what we expected.

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